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Asked by Feb 23, 2011 at 06:14 AM about the 2008 Ford Focus SES

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does this car suck?

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they good cars,if u got a lemon,previous owner may have not kept up mantiance,or are u the original owner that thinks all u hav to do is drive it with no maintance done.

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This is the best cars for the money.it is gonna be cheaper and cheaper becouse they sold a lot.

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