Ford has announced the launch of the 2016 Focus in Australia in two body styles, sedan and hatchback.
The 2016 Ford Focus hatchback is now available for order from 23,390 AUD, for the 1.5L Trend manual. Go for the automatic option and you will pay 1,000 AUD more, while the 1.5L Sport manual is coming from 26,490 AUD. The Sport auto is adding another 1,000 AUD to the price and for the 1.5L Titanium manual range-topping variant, customers will have to pay 32,690 AUD. The 2.0L ST is already available on the market and it costs 38,990 AUD. On the sedan lineup, buyers can choose between the 1.5L Trend auto or the 1.5L Titanium auto, costing 24,390 AUD and 32,690 AUD, respectively.
Standard features found across the range include the rear parking sensors, hill start, cruise control with speed limiter, cloth seats, Driver Assist technology, 60/40 split rear seats, SYNC2 with Emergency Assistance, Bluetooth audio streaming, high-res 8.0-inch color touch screen, sat-nav system, six-speaker audio system, USB and RCA inputs, Ford MyKey, rearview camera, fog lights, daytime running lights, active grille shitters, full-size steel spare wheel and 16-inch alloy wheels, amongst others. The Focus Sport hatch is adding the LED DRLs, puddle lamps, follow-me-home lights, power folding side mirrors, rear LED taillights, sports tuned suspension system, 17-inch alloy wheels, sports body kit, dual-zone climate control, ambient lighting, keyless entry and push-button start, automatic headlights, rain-sensing wipers, DAB+, Sony audio system and more. On the range-topping Titanium you will get the 18-inch alloy wheels, Active City Stop, Enhanced Active Park Assist, Blind Spot Information system, leather seats, sports seats, front parking sensors and others.