I watch a lot of motoring shows, I love my cars, and – I’ve driven a lot of cars, having reviewed cars for many years. However, when I was asked if I wanted to drive a car with Adaptive Radar controlled cruise control, a car with voice recognition, multiple display screens, and to top it all off – it would park itself – I assumed I was going to get something worth over $100,000.

What I got was a Ford Focus Titanium, $32,500. Stunning.

It’s a great car – and I’ve put together my thoughts and an overview in a video. Click Continue Reading to watch.

Price: from $21,990 – Ambiente, $32,590 – Titanium (The car I tested)
Warranty: 3 years/100,000km
Service interval: 12 months/15,000km
Safety: 5-star ANCAP
Engines: 1.6-litre petrol, 92kW/159Nm; 2.0-litre turbodiesel (the car I tested) , 120kW/340Nm; 2.0-litre petrol, 125kW/202Nm
Body: Four-door sedan, five-door hatch
Weight: 1311-1543kg
Transmission: 5-speed manual, 6-speed Powershift DSG, front-wheel drive
Thirst: 5.5-7.2L/100km, 95RON/diesel, CO2 144-167g/km



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