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Sporty Zetec model makes Ford’s sharp-looking Focus even more appealing, but old 1.6 petrol engine lets it down
The Ford Focus Titanium mixes high specs with a strong engine range and some of the best driving dynamics out there
The Ford Focus ST Estate mixes the sharp handling and turbo performance of the ST hot hatch with the versatility of an estate car body
Updates promise to make fast Ford Focus ST Estate more fun than ever
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The Ford Focus Estate is practical and drives brilliantly, but isn't the best load-lugger out there
The Ford Focus ST gains a power boost to make the most of the standard car's impressive dynamics, plus choice of petrol and diesel engines.
Ford's Focus ST hot hatch gets a diesel engine and a slightly more sensible, cost-conscious persona but it's still a blast!
The Ford Focus is still one of the most entertaining cars in its class, offering a good range of EcoBoost petrol and frugal diesel engines
1.5-litre EcoBoost version of new Ford Focus hatch is both punchy and efficient
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