Not everyone is an asshole. Sometimes, that’s a tricky thing to remember, but it’s quite true. In fact, many people are the exact opposite of assholes, whatever you call that. A mouth? It doesn’t matter. There’s so many of these non-assholes in the story of this man’s SVT Focus that you’ll get the idea.
The Focus ST is a magical european machine that actually makes front-wheel driving a genuine joy. What do you need to know before you buy a Focus ST? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
What better place to set a movie about a con man's biggest stunt than in racing, where you know that everyone's trying to bend every rule possible to eke out an advantage, anyway? That's what they're doing with the new Will Smith movie Focus, and it looks like it works. Best of all, actual IndyCars will appear in the…
Here's our first glimpse of the 2016 Ford Focus RS, the turbocharged beastie that's set to spark thousands of forum flamewars and more than a few cases of buyer's remorse. And we're finally getting it in the states, probably.
Here's a free tip: If you see a large chunk of metal in the road, you should do whatever you can to avoid hitting it. It could do huge damage to the underside of your car.
The Ford Focus ST is the first front-wheel drive car I would actually purchase with my own cash. I don't lust after it, or fall asleep thinking about it, it's just a really good car. And certainly way better than I expected from a four-door, front-wheel drive hatch.
Enthusiasts of the big blue oval holding out for the Ford Focus ST will be pleased to discover the global hot hatch will cost only $24,495 ($23,700 MSRP + $795 destination) when it arrives at dealers this fall. GTI who? Mazdaspeed what?
What does Ford do to turn a humdrum Focus into a rasping, race-ready ST-R? Ford Racing gives us our first in-depth look into this turn-key racer, showing off the new dampers, bigger brakes, stiffer bushings, and FIA-spec cage.
Worst guy. Cops in Florida say a 27-year-old man stole his date's rental car while they were at the movies. During the movie, the man, Michael Pratt, told the woman he needed to get something in the car, a 2012 Ford Focus. He left, and never came back.
GreenCarReports points out that Ford has posted pricing information for its new all-electric Focus, and the $39,995 price tag isn't just bad — it's ludicrous. The similarly all-electric Nissan Leaf stickers at $36,050, while the Chevy Volt — which you can actually, you know, drive between cities — runs $39,995. All…
Although in recent years Ford has made a serious attempt at being the model of American reliability, competing well against Japanese makes that have dominated for decades. But according to Consumer Reports, three models — the new Explorer, Fiesta and Focus — are blemishing that record.
Ford is bringing the new Focus to SEMA for the first time this year, so here's a breakdown of the all bro, all the time funky paint and flash rims that are going to be on display. Beefcake Fiestas and Focii abound.
If you have a thousand Benjamins burning a hole in your pocket, may we recommend heading to your local Ford dealership? Ford has unveiled the track-prepped sibling to its Focus ST sports compact, the ST-R, with a price tag just under a hundred grand.
A shattered lens is a sure recipe for headlight failure, but the owner of this Ford Focus has managed to fail even more in their attempt to remedy the problem.
Ford says it wants to give the electric version of the 2012 Focus a unique sound, and has posted four possible choices to the intertubes — from faux internal combustion to what could be a toilet flushing on the starship Enterprise.
The geniuses at Nissan Brazil's ad department dreamed up this ad for the Tiida (aka Versa) showing Ford engineers rapping with bikini-clad models about how much cheddar they make off the overpriced Focus. Ford's response? A lawsuit.
Fan-boys begged Ford for the international Focus since 2005, when the world got a new model and we got... a refresh. Now it's 2012 and it can finally be yours. But should you still want it? In a word; no.
Just revealed today at CES, the Focus Electric is Ford's first fuel-free, rechargeable passenger car. More importantly, it will supposedly offer a mile-per-gallon equivalent fuel economy that's better than the Chevrolet Volt and competitive with other battery electric vehicles. How?