In a snap, Ford has decided to kill all of its and sedans and hatchbacks except for the Focus Active. While this may be a smart business move—for now—buyers looking for cheap speed and five-doors will eventually have to go elsewhere. Now seems like a good time to grab a Fiesta ST, Focus ST or Focus RS with heavy…
Ford released a cryptic new teaser with the former Top Gear Stig Ben Collins hinting at a new ST model. What the hell could it be?
Yes, the Ford Focus ST is actually still around. It’s the hot hatchback we love but faded into the shadows after its little sibling, the Fiesta ST, kicked its ass in the fun-per-dollar argument. It then totally lost everyone’s attention when the almighty Focus RS arrived and decimated everything. It’s still damn good.
It’s not clear to me why Ford continues to make fun cars. Is fun really part of the company’s brand identity? Does it help them with market share? Does every car in the lineup need, like, multiple halo versions? What is happening here?
Ford Europe’s ‘Camera Tracking Unit’ consist of a black Ford Focus ST wagon ute and a black Ford Fiesta ST ute. Here are both.
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.
You might think that with the unusual circumstance of having a McLaren 650S in my garage, I would have no time for a humble hatchback that costs about a tenth its price. Not so, when the hatchback in question is the Ford Focus ST. Need a fun normal car for when you’re not in your supercar? Here’s a great choice.
Stuff like this makes me almost never want to own a truly fast car again. When you take it in for service, how do you really know the mechanics aren't taking it on some insane joyride? That's exactly what happened to one Ford Focus ST owner in England, something he only found out through a dash camera.
It's just been announced that the Ford Focus RS will join a new line of "vehicles for enthusiasts" that will include the Fiesta ST, Focus ST, Shelby GT350 Mustang, F-150 Raptor, and others that will make up a "Ford Performance" sub-brand of twelve models by 2020.
We originally reported that Hertz would offer the ST-H in the United States based on misreading a Tweet. We were wrong. We're sorry and will do our best to get them to offer the ST-H since we got y'all excited. Redacted post below:
After all of the doom and gloom of the of the 2000s people want to have fun and the Focus ST is the car to do that in. It's still a practical everyday car, but one that promises to take its driver away from the depressing drone of modern life.
Yesterday was the anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch, and while the actual moon landing part of the whole thing tends to get the most attention, the launch itself was nothing at which to sneeze. That Saturn V rocket was powerful. How powerful? Well, let's put it in terms of cars.
The 2015 Ford Focus ST primarily gets cosmetic and handling-related tweaks for its mid-cycle refresh, but that's okay because it was already awesome and didn't need much. But the biggest change is an all-new diesel version with all the torque you're gonna need.
Welcome to Hoonigan Racing Division HQ! Fast Fords, all the product placement in the world and the ain't care attitude of a very happy and curiously bearded 12-year-old named Ken Block.
The Ford Focus ST has been in the habit of kicking the asses of all the other hot hatchbacks in its class as of late. It's powerful, it handles exceptionally well, it's practical, and it can be had in a very appealing shade of orange. Can it get any better? It might this weekend.
We've shown you crazy Russian dash cams of accidents before, but rarely are they from a first-person view, and sometimes they involve wild animals. Those might not be so easy to relate to, so here's what it's like when someone blasts through a red light, completely crushing the front of your car.