am looking at a 2002 ford focus svt with 70000km...read the 2004 model much more reliable however...true or not?

Asked by Feb 08, 2012 at 02:31 PM about the Ford Focus SVT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

am looking at a 2002 ford focus svt with 70000km...read the 2004 model much more
reliable however...true or not?...i drive a 1986 jetta and it's on it's last legs...need
something more invigorating ...that said but also without the ongoing expense of
repair issues too, however.

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The SVT Focus was only made from 2002 thru 2004. The reliability did not change throughout the years it was made. The only recall was due to the cruise control, and the motor is the same with zero differences. The only changes that were made over the 3 years was traction control, a 5 door model and the addition of the Euro package. I love mine, and I hope if you do pick it up, you love it.

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