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How long will a 2013 Ford Focus ST last?

How long will a 2013 Ford Focus ST last?

How long does a Ford Focus last? Based on customer reports, the Ford Focus can last up to 200,000 to 250,000 miles. If you drive 15,000 miles per year, you will get between 13 to 16 years of service life from the average Ford Focus car.

What are the specs of a 2013 Ford Focus ST?

Used 2013 Ford Focus ST Features & Specs | Edmunds Detailed features and specs for the Used 2013 Ford Focus ST including fuel economy, transmission, warranty, engine type, cylinders, drivetrain and more. Read reviews, browse our car inventory, and more.

What are the dimensions of a Ford Focus?

Ford Focus dimensions: exterior Length 4360mm Width without mirrors 1823mm Width with mirrors 2010mm Height 1469mm

When did the Ford Focus ST come out?

After the SVT Focus departed in 2004, we were left staring across the Atlantic wishing for a hot version of Ford’s small car. Now the Focus ST is here. You can walk into a Ford showroom and plunk down a deposit on 252 hp of automotive glee, with deliveries starting later this summer.

What are the dimensions of a Ford Focus sportbreak?

Ford Focus Sportbreak L x W x H: 4668 x 1825 x 1481 mm Boot capacity: 608 dm 3

Is the Ford Focus ST NEW for 2013?

What’s New For 2013. The Ford Focus ST is all-new for the 2013 model year, and it includes a wide variety of Euro-tuning tricks that set it apart from its more pedestrian Focus brothers. With minor exceptions, it is exactly the same car European Focus ST buyers get.

What kind of tires does Ford Focus ST have?

What’s more, as Ford promised, the Focus ST has the same mechanical specification worldwide, right down to the 235/40-18 Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric tires.

What kind of engine does Ford Focus ST have?

The 2013 Ford Focus ST, which will be available this summer, will come equipped with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine pumping out 247 horsepower and 250 pound-feet of torque through a six-speed manual transmission and 18-inch wheels. It will have three-mode stability control and available Recaro seats.

Is the Ford Focus ST a family car?

The bonus is the ST can function as a family car as well. If you want traditional American power and torque from a V8 or even from a V6, then the Focus ST will not be your performance-car of choice. Its charms are more subtle and sophisticated than simply brute force. What’s New?

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