Ford Focus hatchback 1.0 ecoboost St-line 125 Navigation 5 door  1+23 8000 miles £194.10 inc vat per month +  £298.80 fee £4957.20 @ Fleet Prices
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Ford Focus hatchback 1.0 ecoboost St-line 125 Navigation 5 door 1+23 8000 miles £194.10 inc vat per month + £298.80 fee £4957.20 @ Fleet Prices

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Found 13th Jan
Ford Focus hatchback 1.0 ecoboost St-line 125 Navigation 5 door
Decent spec car for decent price.
1+23
8000 miles
£194.10 inc vat
£298.80 fee
Total over 2 years £4957.2 inc vat

Link takes you to all other deals available - can do higher initial rental for lower rental and other mileages.

There's one for £2400 up front for £98.63 per month.

Website says in stock

17 Comments

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not for me. would be bored of the car after 1 day

clarkeyi

not for me. would be bored of the car after 1 day



​if anyone asks why it's because it's slow, plastic, common and rubbish. #justified

clarkeyi

​if anyone asks why it's because it's slow, plastic, common and rubbish. # … ​if anyone asks why it's because it's slow, plastic, common and rubbish. #justified



Spoilt, arrogant and ignorant. #unjustified

Edited by: "Bilbo1968" 13th Jan

clarkeyi

​if anyone asks why it's because it's slow, plastic, common and rubbish. # … ​if anyone asks why it's because it's slow, plastic, common and rubbish. #justified


no one did.

Whach out the Bilbos' are after you.

Bilbo1968

Spoilt, arrogant and ignorant. #unjustified



bilbob

no one did.


bilbob

no one did.



​no but HUKD members need a reason in blood these days

Bilbo1968

Spoilt, arrogant and ignorant. #unjustified



​thankfully! else I would be all over this!!

Good deal for £6.79 per day, heat added.

Too feckin slow and not even cheap.
Edited by: "TheBiker" 14th Jan

Can get a 1.6 Golf TDI for about £10 more a month.

Not bothered either way... But I feel the need to drag this back to the 'common' man (yes I see what I did there)

I've had a 1.0 ecoboost 125 Focus since March 15, I upsized from a Fiesta with the same engine. Now, the Fiesta was no world beater, and power to weight makes this slower... But if you want speed you don't click on a Focus link!

It's plenty quick enough if you want to keep your license (plus in some of my madder moments I've kept up with low/mid BMWs (320) on normal roads... rear wheel drive is a **** if you don't know what you're doing, and most Fords love a corner!)


Anyway, my main point is for a family man - isofix, reasonable boot, acceptable performance and a fair few toys, mean this isn't a bad car. (Quick clear windscreen is brilliant in the winter)

Just saying, happy with mine.

clarkeyi

​if anyone asks why it's because it's slow, plastic, common and rubbish. # … ​if anyone asks why it's because it's slow, plastic, common and rubbish. #justified



Don't worry buddy, no one is asking for your comment. No need to #justify it

This isn't Twitter, we're not a community of 12 year old girls.

a car for good drivers not illegal speeders - good boot size, easy to drive and the heated windscreen a real benefit.

clarkeyi

​if anyone asks why it's because it's slow, plastic, common and rubbish. # … ​if anyone asks why it's because it's slow, plastic, common and rubbish. #justified


I assumed it was made from a variety of metals

Dated car and shape but still one of the top selling and handling cars in the uk. eco boost engines are so much better than rivals in my opinion and in 1L capacity.

I had one of these from work for a few days and was amazed how good the engine was. Any negative comments must be from people who haven't tried one.

Awesome little engine had it before going diesel again, the 125 is what I had and it's quick, the 100 comes with and without turbo but gutless.

ST Line is also a good trim.
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