I bought this car believing the hype
from both Consumer Reports and
everywhere else. I have now owned my
Focus for 2 years, and I have had it in
the shop 12 times. Yup, 12 times. 6
recalls and 6 broken parts that were
under warranty. I have never been more
disappointed in any product in my
entire life. Truly, Ford has continued
along the tradition of the Pinto, where
they calculate how much it will cost to
replace broken stuff as being lower
then how much it will cost to put in
higher quality parts. It's a textbook
cost-benefit analysis, and Ford wrote
the textbook. Don't buy a Ford.
None. I can't wait to unload this
stinking piece of crap. My dog doesn't
even feel safe in this bomb.
Whoa, too many to list. I guess it
starts with caring about your customer.
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