Ford Focus Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 140 ST-Line Navigation 5dr 6960 36m @ Yes-lease
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Ford Focus Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 140 ST-Line Navigation 5dr 6960 36m @ Yes-lease

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Found 9th Mar
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Ford Focus Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost 140 ST-Line Navigation 5dr, Hatchback
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Contract term 36 months
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Annual mileage 8000
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MrWani28 m ago

I'm not keen on these 1 litre engines in real life conditions they're not …I'm not keen on these 1 litre engines in real life conditions they're not that efficient. Cruising at 80 with a slight up hill slope your foot is flat to the floor trying to maintain any kind of speed . Consumption through the roof.


Now whats the max speed limit?
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OP - A deal so good you posted it twice.

Anyway Total cost = £6,960

Which is a lot less than the depreciation on a Ford Focus.

Hi @evghenii23
Thanks for posting but you're a bit off the mark with the actual cost. I get it to come to £6,960.
I've ammended the overall price.
Sorry,for double post
That's a good deal in my eyes. I'm In need of a new car next month so it has came at the right time for me. Currently have a 3 door Astra which is a bit of a pain when we take my nephew on a day out and have to put a car seat in. 5 door would be perfect.
Looks good, did anyone notice the internal pic shows an auto gearbox?
Deano451 m ago

Looks good, did anyone notice the internal pic shows an auto gearbox?


Regardless of the photo, this is a deal for the Manual version. You're not getting the actual car in the photos.
Yes I know, I was just being flippant, apologies!
Gozer47 m ago

OP - A deal so good you posted it twice.Anyway Total cost = £6,960 Which …OP - A deal so good you posted it twice.Anyway Total cost = £6,960 Which is a lot less than the depreciation on a Ford Focus.


What would the depreciation be on this car?
Not sure about 3 years depreciation but if you bought this car and tried to sell it after just 1 year expect to lose at least £7k.
Gozer1 h, 41 m ago

Not sure about 3 years depreciation but if you bought this car and tried …Not sure about 3 years depreciation but if you bought this car and tried to sell it after just 1 year expect to lose at least £7k.


What's the new price on this car. I don't mean the claimed price, I mean the actual one that a dealer will sell one for. £7000 in one year is a lot of money.
£21,800 from a dealer
Just over £16k through Drive The Deal, £5.5k discount.

For those that may not be aware, there is an all-new Ford Focus due later this year.
What happens if you have a smash
140hp out of 3pot engine. Interesting.
I wouldn't say this is a particularly good deal in comparison to some others we've had. Abstained.
Edited by: "deeky" 9th Mar
deeky2 m ago

I wouldn't say this is a particularly good deal in comparison to some …I wouldn't say this is a particularly good deal in comparison to some others we've had.



Past deals are irrelevant unless you are in possession of a time machine.
Rossmor402 m ago

Past deals are irrelevant unless you are in possession of a time machine.


They're not irrelevant when it comes to making a decision on voting. It makes it harder to be enthusiastic about a deal when there have been much better deals. 'might wait, summat better is bound to turn up'.
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jessyjay1 h, 19 m ago

What happens if you have a smash


You break the car and/or yourself.
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Hot as it's not the usual VAG rubbish.
Gozer5 h, 23 m ago

OP - A deal so good you posted it twice.Anyway Total cost = £6,960 Which …OP - A deal so good you posted it twice.Anyway Total cost = £6,960 Which is a lot less than the depreciation on a Ford Focus.


Think more or less spot on depreciation for 1.0 motor
jessyjay1 h, 41 m ago

What happens if you have a smash


First of all chase the ambulance
I'm not keen on these 1 litre engines in real life conditions they're not that efficient. Cruising at 80 with a slight up hill slope your foot is flat to the floor trying to maintain any kind of speed . Consumption through the roof.
MrWani28 m ago

I'm not keen on these 1 litre engines in real life conditions they're not …I'm not keen on these 1 litre engines in real life conditions they're not that efficient. Cruising at 80 with a slight up hill slope your foot is flat to the floor trying to maintain any kind of speed . Consumption through the roof.


Now whats the max speed limit?
bigbaz14 m ago

Now whats the max speed limit?

Yawn
Ecu remap on these make quite the difference
MrWani8 h, 58 m ago

I'm not keen on these 1 litre engines in real life conditions they're not …I'm not keen on these 1 litre engines in real life conditions they're not that efficient. Cruising at 80 with a slight up hill slope your foot is flat to the floor trying to maintain any kind of speed . Consumption through the roof.


We own one (the 125 titanium version to be specific), and no you don't have "your foot on the floor", try changing gear? . And you do realise that if you have to go up a hill, you'll also at some point, go down a hill and regain that efficiency lost?
Over 10k of real driving, my not so efficient wife has managed an average of 45mpg in hers, we live pretty rural, so also includes an uncommon mix of short spurts up to higher than usual speeds, so I think that's pretty damn good for a car this size, often travelling with 3 people in it.
The efficiency and benefit of these little turbo cars is ENTIRELY down to how you drive it.
bilbob1 h, 18 m ago

We own one (the 125 titanium version to be specific), and no you don't …We own one (the 125 titanium version to be specific), and no you don't have "your foot on the floor", try changing gear? . And you do realise that if you have to go up a hill, you'll also at some point, go down a hill and regain that efficiency lost?Over 10k of real driving, my not so efficient wife has managed an average of 45mpg in hers, we live pretty rural, so also includes an uncommon mix of short spurts up to higher than usual speeds, so I think that's pretty damn good for a car this size, often travelling with 3 people in it. The efficiency and benefit of these little turbo cars is ENTIRELY down to how you drive it.


You don't entirely regain the efficiency lost when you go down the hill unfortunately no. The point I was making was one proved by Topgear a few seasons ago. A Toyota Prius Vs an M3. The M3 was more efficient when doing speeds where the Prius was having to push. Having said that 45mpg isn't too bad I don't think I'd achieve that but that's irrelevant. I guess the cars these days represent the people driving them. Lack the ability to pull at average speeds and overtake slower moving traffic.
MrWani6 m ago

You don't entirely regain the efficiency lost when you go down the hill …You don't entirely regain the efficiency lost when you go down the hill unfortunately no. The point I was making was one proved by Topgear a few seasons ago. A Toyota Prius Vs an M3. The M3 was more efficient when doing speeds where the Prius was having to push. Having said that 45mpg isn't too bad I don't think I'd achieve that but that's irrelevant. I guess the cars these days represent the people driving them. Lack the ability to pull at average speeds and overtake slower moving traffic.



I do understand that some driving styles won't suit these cars, but it's inappropriate to blame the car. I remember the TG test, and it was deploying a Prius in completely unsuitable conditions. If the test was reversed, then the M3 would also have been embarrassed. but that too wouldn't have been a fair test, as no one buys an m3 to squeeze out economy.
And I'm sorry, but 'lack the ability to pull average speeds and overtake ...' etc...
I've driven the wifes car plenty, I've also done a couple of runs to Scotland and back on various routes (I drive a lot...) and I managed over 50mpg on a not slow good run. Yes, of course if you plant your foot, then the instant economy will plummet, but that, over a long run will average out. They are more than capable of overtaking, as I demonstrated last sunday when I picked up a NIP for doing 69 in a 60 limit as I overtook a Sunday driver on a country road...( as I said, we live rural...)...!

It IS horses for courses, but we get better performance, AND better economy from this car than we did from the wifes last car, a 1.2 non turbo fiesta over the same roads with the same loads and a driving style adapted to suit the car.
jessyjay12 h, 40 m ago

What happens if you have a smash


You end up eating an inferior alternative to real mashed potato, but you still feel all warm and tingly inside as you reminisce about the 80's TV advert with the tin-can alien family. Enjoy!
In fact, here's a quote from an Autocar review I found... sums it up perfectly.
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Amazingly, the car is even long-legged. You've got to be indicating nearly 90mph before the tacho shows 3000rpm in sixth, and it can maintain this up hill and down dale. It is already clear, however, that like Fiat's TwinAir this Focus triple is an economy car for the willing. We turned 52mpg on a medium-fast, 80-mile trip through southern Spain, where another crew, not much faster, returned economy in the late 30s. You have to understand Ford's triple to make it sing for its supper.
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