This car is great. It has good looks
with comfor and and most of all great
features such as hid headlamps and a
indash six cd changer with subwoofer. I
previously had a 20th anniversary gti
but actually like the svt focus more in
regards of the options it comes with.
It even has a nicer closer shift than
any other stick I have driven which
includes a hist of great cars. Great
price for a awesome car!
HID headlamps, Soundsystem, Clutch,
Little more power maybe supercharged
like other svt cars. Interior materials.
This car lives up to all the positive
reviews it's earned from all major
publications. It's a total hoot to
drive - and you get a $2500 rebate to
boot! This car flies, handles like a
dream and is functional too -
guaranteed to put a grin on your face.
The only bad news - you may not be able
to find any 2004s left - maybe a 2 door
here or there.... and Ford isn't making
a 2005 SVT Focus (go figure). If you
can find one, don't hesitate - buy it.
My car has the audiophile system and
sunroof, all for under $18K after the
rebate. And you get to blow the doors
off almost all the Civic, Eclipse,
Impreza and Jetta drivers out there.
6 speed trans is just right, engine
wails, audiophile sound system is top
shelf, but best of all is the cockpit -
seats, steering wheel and gauges are
One complaint - it kills me to buy
premium gas. Ford should have found a
way to use Regular - even the 300 HP
Cadillac Northstar uses regular fuel!
My Focus handles great! The size is
just right. The drive is always
smooth! In fact, the ride was so
smooth I had to have my brother test
drive it, because I was used to cars
that you felt every bump. I have
received many compliments from family
and friends about how nice my Focus
looks and rides!
My 2003 Focus SE does incredibly well
in the mountains, climbing long
inclimes up to 80 mph. It does handles
well in the city as well as on the
interstate for long trips. One minor
change: give it an adjustable steering
column for ease of entry for us big