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2007 Ford Focus Trims

ZX3 S

Avg. Price: $7,163

Ford reworked the U.S. Focus in 2005. New for 2007 are optional interior trims, two exterior colors, upgraded sound systems, and a powertrain warranty extension to 5 years/100,000 miles. The S Hatchback is the base three-door hatchback model.

The standard engine is a 2.0-liter, DOHC, 16-valve inline four producing 136 hp, unless you live in California, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, or Maine, in which case you get the super-clean 2.0-liter, 130-hp four-cylinder. A 5-speed manual is standard, with a 4-speed automatic optional. Reviewers find the Focus a relatively economical car - the EPA rates it at 27/37 mpg with the manual and 27/34 mpg with the automatic.

The base S trims are fairly stripped down, with 15-inch steel wheels, spartan exterior trim, CD/radio/MP3, and a manual height-adjustable seat. Reviewers unanimously find the Focus a fun car to drive. The base engine is adequate for normal driving. The ride is smooth and handling above average. Quick and responsive steering gives good road feedback. According to reviewers, the handling is decidedly European in firmness and response.

As befits a compact economy car, the interior has a "clean and stylish look" with a well-arranged dashboard with clearly labeled controls and easy-to-read instruments. Generously padded seats, front and back, are comfortable, with three-point seat belts for five in the roomy interior. The rear seats are 60/40-split folding. The hatchback offers 17.6 cubic feet of cargo space; fold the seats and nearly 40 cubic feet are available. Some reviews complain of "unimpressive" material quality, though Consumer Guide found "good cabin materials and workmanship for the price."

Standard safety features are a bit of a disappointment, with no back seat head restraints, side-impact airbags, ABS, or traction control on the base trim levels. Front disc/rear drum brakes are standard. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration awarded four stars in the frontal test and three and a half in side tests. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests without side airbags resulted in the worst ("Poor") rating and a median ("Acceptable") rating for rear impacts.

Reviewers regard the Focus as an inexpensive but dated fun car for the daily commute.

ZX3 SE

Avg. Price: $7,597

Ford reworked the U.S. Focus in 2005. New for 2007 are optional interior trims, two exterior colors, upgraded sound systems, and a powertrain warranty extension to 5 years/100,000 miles. The SE Hatchback is the midlevel three-door hatchback trim.

The standard engine is a 2.0-liter, DOHC, 16-valve inline four producing 136 hp, unless you live in California, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, or Maine, in which case you get the super-clean 2.0-liter, 130-hp four-cylinder. A 5-speed manual is standard, with a 4-speed automatic optional. Reviewers find the Focus a relatively economical car - the EPA rates it at 27/37 mpg with the manual and 27/34 mpg with the automatic.

The midlevel SE trim adds air-conditioning, dual power mirrors, power windows and locks, an overhead console, and a remote keyless entry to a fairly spartan base. Reviewers unanimously find the Focus a fun car to drive. The base engine is adequate for normal driving. The ride is smooth and handling above average. Quick and responsive steering gives good road feedback. According to reviewers, the handling is decidedly European in firmness and response.

As befits a compact economy car, the interior has a "clean and stylish look" with a well-arranged dashboard with clearly labeled controls and easy-to-read instruments. Generously padded seats, front and back, are comfortable, with three-point seat belts for five in the roomy interior. The rear seats are 60/40-split folding. The hatchback offers 17.6 cubic feet of cargo space; fold the seats and nearly 40 cubic feet are available. Some reviews complain of "unimpressive" material quality, though Consumer Guide found "good cabin materials and workmanship for the price."

Standard safety features are a bit of a disappointment, with no back seat head restraints, side-impact airbags, ABS or traction control on the base trim levels. Front disc/rear drum brakes are standard. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration awarded four stars in the frontal test and three and a half in side tests. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests without side airbags resulted in the worst ("Poor") rating and a median ("Acceptable") rating for rear impacts.

Reviewers regard the Focus as an inexpensive but dated fun car for the daily commute.

ZX3 SES

Avg. Price: $7,360

The U.S. Focus was reworked in 2005. New for 2007 were optional interior trims, two exterior colors, upgraded sound systems, and a powertrain warranty extension to 5 years/100,000 miles. The SES Hatchback is the upper-level two-door hatchback trim.

The standard engine is a 2.0-liter, DOHC, 16-valve inline four producing 136 hp, unless you live in California, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, or Maine, in which case you get the super-clean 2.0-liter 130-hp four-cylinder. A 5-speed manual is standard, with a 4-speed automatic optional. Reviewers found the Focus a relatively economical car - the EPA rates it at 27/37 mpg with the manual and 27/34 mpg with the automatic.

The SES trim adds foglamps, a tachometer, a 6-CD changer, a leather-wrapped tilt and telescoping steering wheel with audio controls, and 16-inch alloy wheels to the SE trim. Reviewers unanimously find the Focus a fun car to drive. The base engine is adequate for normal driving. The ride is smooth and handling above average. Quick and responsive steering gives good road feedback. According to reviewers, the handling is decidedly European in firmness and response.

As befits a compact economy car, the interior has a "clean and stylish look" with a well-arranged dashboard with clearly labeled controls and easy-to-read instruments. Generously padded seats, front and back, are comfortable, with three-point seat belts for five in the roomy interior. The rear seats are 60/40-split folding. The hatchback offers 17.6 cubic feet of cargo space; fold the seats and nearly 40 cubic feet are available. Some reviews complain of "unimpressive" material quality, though Consumer Guide found "good cabin materials and workmanship for the price."

Standard safety features are a bit of a disappointment with no back seat head restraints, side-impact airbags, ABS, or traction control on the base trim levels. Front disc/rear drum brakes are standard. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration awarded four stars in the frontal test and three and a half in side tests. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests resulted in the worst ("Poor") rating and a median ("Acceptable") rating for rear impacts.

Reviewers regard the Focus as an inexpensive but dated fun car for the daily commute.

ZX4 S

Avg. Price: $7,436

The U.S. Focus was reworked in 2005. New for 2007 were optional interior trims, two exterior colors, upgraded sound systems, and a powertrain warranty extension to 5 years/100,000 miles. The S Sedan is the base four-door sedan model.

The standard engine is a 2.0-liter, DOHC, 16-valve inline four producing 136 hp, unless you live in California, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, or Maine, then you get the super-clean 2.0-liter 130 hp four-cylinder. A 5-speed manual is standard, with a 4-speed automatic optional. Reviewers found the Focus a relatively economical car - the EPA rates it at 27/37 mpg with the manual and 27/34 mpg with the automatic.

The base S models are fairly stripped down, with 15-inch steel wheels, spartan exterior trim, CD/radio/MP3, and a manual height-adjustable seat. Reviewers unanimously find the Focus a fun car to drive. The base engine is adequate for normal driving. The ride is smooth and handling above average. Quick and responsive steering gives good road feedback. According to reviewers, the handling is decidedly European in firmness and response.

As befits a compact economy car, the interior has a "clean and stylish look" with a well-arranged dashboard with clearly labeled controls and easy-to-read instruments. Generously padded seats, front and back, are comfortable with three-point seat belts for five in the roomy interior. The rear seats are 60/40-split folding. The sedan offers a 14.8-cubic-foot trunk. Some reviews complained of "unimpressive" material quality, though Consumer Guide found "good cabin materials and workmanship for the price."

Standard safety features are a bit of a disappointment, with no back seat head restraints, side-impact airbags, ABS, or traction control on the base trim levels. Front disc/rear drum brakes are standard. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration awarded the Focus S four stars in the frontal test and three and a half in side tests. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests resulted in the worst ("Poor") rating and a median ("Acceptable") rating for rear impacts.

Reviewers regard the Focus as an inexpensive but dated fun car for the daily commute.

ZX4 SE

Avg. Price: $7,572

Ford reworked the U.S. Focus in 2005. New for 2007 are optional interior trims, two exterior colors, upgraded sound systems, and a powertrain warranty extension to 5 years/100,000 miles. The SE Sedan is the midlevel four-door sedan trim.

The standard engine is a 2.0-liter, DOHC, 16-valve inline four producing 136 hp, unless you live in California, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, or Maine, in which case you get the super-clean 2.0-liter, 130-hp four-cylinder. A 5-speed manual is standard, with a 4-speed automatic optional. Reviewers find the Focus a relatively economical car - the EPA rates it at 27/37 mpg with the manual and 27/34 mpg with the automatic.

The midlevel SE trim adds air-conditioning, dual power mirrors, power windows and locks, an overhead console, and remote keyless entry to a fairly spartan base. Reviewers unanimously find the Focus a fun car to drive. The base engine is adequate for normal driving. The ride is smooth and handling above average. Quick and responsive steering gives good road feedback. According to reviewers, the handling is decidedly European in firmness and response.

As befits a compact economy car, the interior has a "clean and stylish look" with a well-arranged dashboard with clearly labeled controls and easy-to-read instruments. Generously padded seats, front and back, are comfortable, with three-point seat belts for five in the roomy interior. The rear seats are 60/40-spilt folding. The sedan offers a 14.8 cubic foot trunk. Some reviews complain of "unimpressive" material quality, though Consumer Guide found "good cabin materials and workmanship for the price."

Standard safety features are a bit of a disappointment, with no back seat head restraints, side-impact airbags, ABS, or traction control on the base trim levels. Front disc/rear drum brakes are standard. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration awarded four stars in the frontal test and three and a half in side tests. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests without side airbags resulted in the worst ("Poor") rating and a median ("Acceptable") rating for rear impacts.

Reviewers regard the Focus as an inexpensive but dated fun car for the daily commute.

ZX4 SES

Avg. Price: $7,468

The U.S. Focus was reworked in 2005. New for 2007 were optional interior trims, two exterior colors, upgraded sound systems, and a powertrain warranty extension to 5 years/100,000 miles. The SES Sedan is the upper level four door sedan.

The standard engine is a 2.0-liter, dohc, 16-valve inline four producing 136 hp, unless you live in California, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, or Maine, then you get the super-clean 2.0-liter 130 hp four-cylinder. A 5-speed manual is standard with a 4-speed automatic optional. Reviewers found the Focus to be a relatively economical car with an EPA rating of 27/37 mpg with the manual and 27/34 mpg with the automatic.

The SES trim adds fog lamps, a tach, 6-CD player, a leather-wrapped, tilt/telescoping steering wheel with audio controls, and 16-inch alloy wheels to the SE trim. Reviewers unanimously find the Focus a fun car to drive. The base engine is adequate for normal driving. The ride is smooth and handling above average. The quick and responsive steering gives good road feedback. According to reviewers, the handling is decidedly European in firmness and response.

As befits a compact economy car, the interior has a "clean and stylish look" with a well-arranged dashboard with clearly labeled controls and easy to read instruments. Generously padded seats, front and back, are comfortable with three-point seat belts for five in the roomy interior. The rear seats are 60/40-spilt folding. The sedan offers a 14.8 cubic-foot trunk. Some reviews complained of â??unimpressiveâ? material quality, though Consumer Guide found "good cabin materials and workmanship for the price."

Standard safety features are a bit of disappointment with no back seat head restraints, side-impact airbags, ABS or traction control on the base trim levels. Front disc/rear drum brake is standard. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration awarded four stars in the frontal test and three and a half in side tests. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests without side airbags resulted in the worst "Poor" rating and a median "Acceptable" rating for rear impacts.

Reviewers regard the Focus as an inexpensive, but dated, fun car for the daily commute.

ZX4 ST

20 national listings
Avg. Price: $7,370

Ford reworked the U.S. Focus in 2005. New for 2007 are optional interior trims, two exterior colors, upgraded sound systems, and a powertrain warranty extension to 5 years/100,000 miles. The ST Sedan is the high-performance trim.

A 2.3-liter, DOHC, 16-valve, high-performance inline four producing 151 hp powers the ST, paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. The EPA rates this engine at 22/32 mpg.

The ST comes only in the four-door sedan body and features a sport-tuned and chrome-tipped exhaust, a sport suspension, four-wheel disc brakes with traction control, unique 16-inch alloy wheels, and a rear deck spoiler and lower body moldings.

Reviewers naturally had the most fun in this version of the Focus, which is noticeably quicker than those with the 2.0-liter engine. The ride is smooth and handling above average. Quick and responsive steering gives good road feedback. According to reviewers, the handling is decidedly European in firmness and response.

As befits a compact economy car, the interior has a "clean and stylish look" with a well-arranged dashboard with clearly labeled controls and easy-to-read instruments. Generously padded seats, front and back, are comfortable with three-point seat belts for five in the roomy interior. The rear seats are 60/40-split folding. The sedan offers a 14.8-cubic-foot trunk. Some reviews complain of "unimpressive" material quality, though Consumer Guide found "good cabin materials and workmanship for the price."

Standard safety features are a bit of a disappointment, with no back seat head restraints, side-impact airbags, ABS, or traction control on the base trim levels. Front disc/rear drum brakes are standard. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration awarded four stars in the frontal test and three and a half in side tests. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests without side airbags resulted in the worst ("Poor") rating and a median ("Acceptable") rating for rear impacts.

Reviewers regard the Focus as an inexpensive but dated fun car for the daily commute.

ZX5 S

Avg. Price: $8,144

The U.S. Focus was reworked in 2005. New for 2007 were optional interior trims, two exterior colors, upgraded sound systems, and a powertrain warranty extension to 5 years/100,000 miles. The five-door S Hatchback is the base five-door hatchback model.

The standard engine is a 2.0-liter, DOHC, 16-valve inline four producing 136 hp, unless you live in California, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, or Maine, in which case you get the super-clean 2.0-liter 130 hp four-cylinder. A 5-speed manual is standard, with a 4-speed automatic optional. Reviewers found the Focus to be a relatively economical car - the EPA rates it at 27/37 mpg with the manual and 27/34 mpg with the automatic.

The base S models are fairly stripped down, with 15-inch steel wheels, spartan exterior trim, CD/radio/MP3, and a manual height-adjustable seat. Reviewers unanimously find the Focus a fun car to drive. The base engine is adequate for normal driving. The ride is smooth and handling above average. Quick and responsive steering gives good road feedback. According to reviewers, the handling is decidedly European in firmness and response.

As befits a compact economy car, the interior has a "clean and stylish look" with a well-arranged dashboard with clearly labeled controls and easy-to-read instruments. Generously padded seats, front and back, are comfortable, with three-point seat belts for five in the roomy interior. The rear seats are 60/40-split folding. The hatchback offers 17.6 cubic feet of cargo space; fold the seats and nearly 40 cubic feet are available. Some reviews complained of "unimpressive" material quality, though Consumer Guide found "good cabin materials and workmanship for the price."

Standard safety features are a bit of a disappointment, with no back seat head restraints, side-impact airbags, ABS, or traction control on the base trim levels. Front disc/rear drum brakes are standard. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration awarded four stars in the frontal test and three and a half in side tests. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests resulted in the worst ("Poor") rating and a median ("Acceptable") rating for rear impacts.

ZX5 SE

Avg. Price: $8,444

Ford reworked the U.S. Focus in 2005. New for 2007 were optional interior trims, two exterior colors, upgraded sound systems, and a powertrain warranty extension to 5 years/100,000 miles. The five-door SE Hatchback is the midlevel five-door hatchback model.

The standard engine is a 2.0-liter, DOHC, 16-valve inline four producing 136 hp, unless you live in California, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, or Maine, in which case you get the super-clean 2.0-liter, 130-hp four-cylinder. A 5-speed manual is standard, with a 4-speed automatic optional. Reviewers find the Focus to be a relatively economical car - the EPA rates it at 27/37 mpg with the manual and 27/34 mpg with the automatic.

The midlevel SE trim adds air-conditioning, dual power mirrors, power windows and locks, an overhead console, and remote keyless entry to a fairly spartan base. Reviewers unanimously find the Focus a fun car to drive. The base engine is adequate for normal driving. The ride is smooth and handling above average. Quick and responsive steering gives good road feedback. According to reviewers, the handling is decidedly European in firmness and response.

As befits a compact economy car, the interior has a "clean and stylish look" with a well-arranged dashboard with clearly labeled controls and easy-to-read instruments. Generously padded seats, front and back, are comfortable, with three-point seat belts for five in the roomy interior. The rear seats are 60/40-split folding. The hatchback offers 17.6 cubic feet of cargo space; fold the seats and nearly 40 cubic feet of cargo room are available. Some reviews complain of "unimpressive" material quality, though Consumer Guide found "good cabin materials and workmanship for the price."

Standard safety features are a bit of a disappointment, with no back seat head restraints, side-impact airbags, ABS, or traction control on the base trim levels. Front disc/rear drum brake are standard. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration awarded four stars in the frontal test and three and a half in side tests. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests without side airbags resulted in the worst ("Poor") rating and a median ("Acceptable") rating for rear impacts.

Reviewers regard the Focus as an inexpensive but dated fun car for the daily commute.

ZX5 SES

Avg. Price: $8,298

The U.S. Focus was reworked in 2005. New for 2007 were optional interior trims, two exterior colors, upgraded sound systems, and a powertrain warranty extension to 5 years/100,000 miles. The five-door SES Hatchback is the upper-level five-door hatchback trim.

The standard engine is a 2.0-liter, DOHC, 16-valve inline four producing 136 hp, unless you live in California, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, or Maine, in which case you get the super-clean 2.0-liter 130-hp four-cylinder. A five-speed manual is standard, with a four-speed automatic optional. Reviewers find the Focus to be a relatively economical car - the EPA rates it at 27/37 mpg with the manual and 27/34 mpg with the automatic.

The SES trim adds foglamps, a tachometer, a 6-CD changer, a leather-wrapped tilt and telescoping steering wheel with audio controls, and 16-inch alloy wheels to the SE trim. Reviewers unanimously find the Focus a fun car to drive. The base engine is adequate for normal driving. The ride is smooth and handling above average. The quick and responsive steering gives good road feedback. According to reviewers, the handling is decidedly European in firmness and response.

As befits a compact economy car, the interior has a "clean and stylish look" with a well-arranged dashboard with clearly labeled controls and easy-to-read instruments. Generously padded seats, front and back, are comfortable, with three-point seat belts for five in the roomy interior. The rear seats are 60/40-split folding. The hatchback offers 17.6 cubic feet of cargo space; fold the seats and nearly 40 cubic feet are available. Some reviews complain of "unimpressive" material quality, though Consumer Guide found "good cabin materials and workmanship for the price."

Standard safety features are a bit of a disappointment, with no back seat head restraints, side-impact airbags, ABS, or traction control on the base trim levels. Front disc/rear drum brakes are standard. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration awarded four stars in the frontal test and three and a half in side tests. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests without side airbags resulted in the worst ("Poor") rating and a median ("Acceptable") rating for rear impacts.

Reviewers regard the Focus as an inexpensive but dated fun car for the daily commute.

ZXW SE Wagon

Avg. Price: $7,678

Ford reworked the U.S. Focus in 2005. New for 2007 are optional interior trims, two exterior colors, upgraded sound systems, and a powertrain warranty extension to 5 years/100,000 miles. The SE wagon is the wagon's base level.

The standard engine is a 2.0-liter, DOHC, 16-valve inline four producing 136 hp, unless you live in California, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, or Maine, in which case you get the super-clean 2.0-liter, 130-hp four-cylinder. A 5-speed manual is standard, with a 4-speed automatic optional. Reviewers find the Focus wagon a relatively economical car - the EPA rates it at 23/31 mpg with the automatic transmission and 24/33 mpg with the manual.

The midlevel SE trim adds air-conditioning, dual power mirrors, power windows and locks, an overhead console, and remote keyless entry to a fairly spartan base. Reviewers unanimously find the Focus a fun car to drive. The base engine is adequate for normal driving. The ride is smooth and handling above average. Quick and responsive steering gives good road feedback. According to reviewers, the handling is decidedly European in firmness and response.

As befits a compact economy car, the interior has a "clean and stylish look" with a well-arranged dashboard with clearly labeled controls and easy-to-read instruments. Generously padded seats, front and back, are comfortable, with three-point seat belts for five in the roomy interior. The rear seats are 60/40-split folding. The wagon offers 73.7 cubic feet of cargo room, better than most small SUVs. Some reviews complain of "unimpressive" material quality, though Consumer Guide found "good cabin materials and workmanship for the price."

Standard safety features are a bit of a disappointment with no back seat head restraints, side-impact airbags, ABS, or traction control on the base trim levels. Front disc/rear drum brakes are standard. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration awarded four stars in the frontal test and three and a half in side tests. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests without side airbags resulted in the worst ("Poor") rating and a median ("Acceptable") rating for rear impacts.

Reviewers regard the Focus as an inexpensive but dated fun car for the daily commute and hauling.

ZXW SES Wagon

Avg. Price: $8,654

The U.S. Focus was reworked in 2005. New for 2007 were optional interior trims, two exterior colors, upgraded sound systems, and a powertrain warranty extension to 5 years/100,000 miles. The SE wagon is the midlevel wagon, which is the wagon's base level.

The standard engine is a 2.0-liter, dohc, 16-valve inline four producing 136 hp, unless you live in California, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, or Maine, then you get the super-clean 2.0-liter 130 hp four-cylinder. A 5-speed manual is standard with a 4-speed automatic optional. Reviewers found the Focus wagon to be a relatively economical car - EPA rating 23/31 mpg with the automatic transmission and 24/33 mpg with the manual.

The SES trim adds fog lamps, a tach, 6-CD player, a leather-wrapped, tilt/telescoping steering wheel with audio controls, and 16-inch alloy wheels to the SE trim. Reviewers unanimously find the Focus a fun car to drive. The base engine is adequate for normal driving. The ride is smooth and handling above average. Quick and responsive steering gives good road feedback. According to reviewers, the handling is decidedly European in firmness and response.

As befits a compact economy car, the interior has a "clean and stylish look" with a well-arranged dashboard with clearly labeled controls and easy to read instruments. Generously padded seats, front and back, are comfortable with three-point seat belts for five in the roomy interior. The rear seats are 60/40-spilt folding. The wagon affords 73.7 cubic feet, better than most small SUVs. Some reviews complained of "unimpressive" material quality, though Consumer Guide found "good cabin materials and workmanship for the price."

Standard safety features are a bit of disappointment with no back seat head restraints, side-impact airbags, ABS or traction control on the base trim levels. Front disc/rear drum brake is standard. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration awarded four stars in the frontal test and three and a half in side tests. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests without side airbags resulted in the worst "Poor" rating and a median "Acceptable" rating for rear impacts.

Reviewers regard the Focus wagon as an inexpensive, but dated, fun car for the daily commute and hauling.