Hot Car Deal – £5,913 discount on Ford FocusSave 24% on one of the UK’s favourite cars

04 June 2014

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There may be a Ford Focus parked on every street corner but this car is a bestseller for good reason. Take into account discounts of up to 24% and this model makes a great value for money medium car.

If you’re on the hunt for a medium car, chances are that a Ford Focus is on your shortlist. And if it isn’t, this is definitely a car worth considering, thanks to its attractive prices, its practical cabin and punchy and economical engines. The Focus is both enjoyable to drive,comfortable and, with substantial discounts available online, offers fantastic value for money.

Unlike many models that go through our labs, both petrol and diesel models put in a strong performance in our realistic fuel economy tests. Find out just how close the Focus got to its official economy figures by signing up to Which? for £1.


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Save 24% on top choice petrol Ford Focus 1.6 EcoBoost

Our favourite Focus is the 1.6 EcoBoost, thanks to its punchy engine, which has plenty of power for lugging around people and luggage and proved impressively economical in our tests. Head down to your local Ford dealer and the Focus 1.6 EcoBoost Titanium Navigator would set you back over £20,000. Thanks to a discount of £4,843 this car could be yours for just £15,572.

In Titanium Navigator trim, the Focus has a long list of standard equipment including sat nav, a digital radio, electric folding door mirrors, automatic ights and wipers and dual zone air conditioning. It also accelerates strongly, hitting 62mph in just 8.6 seconds, though fuel bills should be inexpensive with an official fuel economy figure of 47.9mpg.

Save £5,913 on Ford Focus 2.0 TDCi 163 Titanium X Navigator

Following a hefty 24% discount, the Focus 2.0 TDCi 163 Titanium X Navigator can be found online for £18,766. With a strong 2.0-litre diesel engine under the bonnet, this Focus can accelerate to 62mph in a sprightly 8.9 seconds but returns a claimed fuel economy figure of 57.7mpg, so you shouldn’t have to fill up often.

Despite the large saving on this model, this model is packed with equipment from satnav to a reversing camera, park assist including front and rear parking sensors to powerful xenon headlights and heated front seats.

Economical diesel Ford Focus 1.6 TDCi 115 Edge for just £13,649

If you’ve got a budget of £14,000 and want an economical diesel model you can pick up a Focus 1.6 TDCi 115 Edge for just £13,649 – a saving of £3,991 on the list price. Thanks to a small diesel engine this model returns a very strong official fuel economy figure of 67.3mpg and the 1.6-litre engine pulls the car to 62mph in a reasonable 10.8 seconds.

This affordable model does miss out on some of the equipment fitted to the two models above, but you do get air conditioning, a trip computer, audio controls on the steering wheel and USB and auxiliary inputs so you can plug in your MP3 player to the speakers.

Hot Car Deals:

  • Ford Focus 1.6 EcoBoost Titanium Navigator 5-dr - £15,572
  • Ford Focus 2.0 TDCi 163 Titanium X Navigator 5-dr - £18,227
  • Ford Focus 1.6 TDCi 115 Edge 5-dr - £13,649

Hot Car Deal hunters please note:

  • The car brokers and deals featured are not vetted, endorsed or recommended by Which?. Always check the specifics of the deal so you know exactly what you are getting and who is supplying the car. Make sure all aspects of the deal are confirmed in writing before committing to buy.
  • Not all brokers deal in UK sourced vehicles, and this may have an impact on standard equipment and warranty levels.
  • The term ‘pre-reg’ or ‘pre-registered’ refers to vehicles that are brand new but already registered with the DVLA. This means that you will appear as the second owner on the V5 registration document. 
  • Beware of unscrupulous brokers who tell you they will have to retain the V5 registration document for a period of time after your purchase of the car. Vehicles sold this way may be cheap, but there are legal implications, including the risk that you the buyer could be committing a criminal offence when you drive the car, so they should be avoided.