I definitely didn't imagine two weeks
ago that I'd walk away with a car for
less than $15k (after rebates and
discounts) as great as the Focus has
been thus far. It's comfortable, has
many of the options that I wouldn't
have expected in a "economy" car, and
most importantly doesn't feel cheap.
I bought this as a commute/winter car
because my Camaro wasn't cutting it,
and thus far the Camaro has sat parked
while I have enjoyed driving this
The telescoping/tilt wheel was a
welcome suprise to me at the price.
The stock radio/cd/mp3 player was also
nice (especially the speed sensitive
I would have liked more storage (cell
phone, sunglasses, and garage door
opener have to go on a sun visor).
The audio controls on the steering
column can be tough to use, but at
least they are there.
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