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  • 2007 Ford Focus ZX4 SE in Red
    185,836 miles
    2 Accidents, 2 Owners, Corporate Fleet
    Great Deal!

    $1,980

    $887 Below Market
  • 2007 Ford Focus ZX4 SES in Silver
    148,556 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
    Great Deal!

    $2,988

    $922 Below Market
  • 2007 Ford Focus ZX4 SE in Silver
    86,920 miles
    No accidents, 3 Owners, Rental Use
    Great Deal!

    $3,595

    $1,563 Below Market
  • 2007 Ford Focus ZX4 S
    168,785 miles
    Great Deal!

    $1,977

    $1,234 Below Market
  • 2007 Ford Focus ZX4 SES in Gold
    164,395 miles
    No accidents, 4 Owners, Corporate Fleet
    Good Deal!

    $2,988

    $704 Below Market
  • 2007 Ford Focus ZX4 S in Gold
    128,279 miles
    Title issue, 4 Owners, Personal Use

    $2,700

  • 2007 Ford Focus ZX4 SES in White
    104,857 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
    Good Deal!

    $4,000

    $510 Below Market
  • 2007 Ford Focus ZX4 SES in Silver
    108,926 miles
    2 Accidents, 3 Owners, Personal Use
    Fair Deal!

    $3,990

    $464 Below Market
  • 2007 Ford Focus ZX4 SE in Silver
    165,400 miles
    No accidents, 3 Owners, Corporate Fleet
    Good Deal!

    $3,287

  • 2007 Ford Focus ZX4 S in Dark Red
    117,818 miles
    No accidents, 3 Owners, Lease
    Fair Deal!

    $3,500

    $462 Below Market
  • 2007 Ford Focus ZX4 SES in Dark Red
    52,932 miles
    No accidents, 3 Owners, Personal Use
    Fair Deal!

    $4,999

    $223 Below Market
  • 2007 Ford Focus ZX4 SE in Gold
    124,557 miles
    No accidents, 5 Owners, Rental Use
    Good Deal!

    $3,988

    $470 Below Market
  • 2007 Ford Focus ZX4 SE
    210,199 miles
    Good Deal!

    $2,499

    $266 Below Market
  • 2007 Ford Focus ZX5 SE in Light Blue
    210,561 miles
    No accidents, 5 Owners, Personal Use

    $2,999

  • 2007 Ford Focus ZX3 S in Black
    172,273 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use

    $2,790

  • 2007 Ford Focus ZX4 S in White
    28,388 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Government Use
    Fair Deal!

    $5,827

  • 2007 Ford Focus ZX5 SES in Silver
    164,056 miles
    1 Accident, 2 Owners, Personal Use

    $3,491

  • 2007 Ford Focus ZX4 S in White
    32,444 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Government Use
    Fair Deal!

    $5,697

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Not to be overlooked.
Andrew Parkhurst,12/04/2015
ZX3 SE 2dr Hatchback (2.0L 4cyl 5M)
This car is best understood in context. I bought it new in December of 2006 for around $15k. Hondas and Nissans from 4 years prior were going for $18k. It was an excellent deal for what you get, and I think that too many people dismissed it because it was an older design. Ford introduced the Focus around 2000, but that means by the time they produced the 2007 model year most of the bugs were worked out. Remember this was an award-winning car for many years until it started getting a little long in the tooth. I have had a few problems in 115k miles, though not as many as I expected. Little things do come up every now and then, but it sure beats having to drive a Corolla. The alternator went out at around 70k, but that is not necessarily Ford's fault. The cruise control stopped working at 60k, simply got a cable replaced and it is as good as new. One problem these cars have is the clockspring (in the steering wheel, works with the airbag system), which had to be replaced at 75k. There was some carbon buildup in the throttle body at around 50k, but that is more because of my short commute at the time and the engine not getting warmed up enough. The radio did stop working a few years ago, so I replaced it with an aftermarket Alpine stereo that sounds a little better, but the stock radio was not bad. Problems are basically electrical in nature, but I have never been stranded and the basic powertrain is simple enough. Simple is good. The hatchback design is one-of-a-kind, and has actually aged a little better than the sedan. The 5-speed manual has crisp shifts and is well-suited to the 2.0 liter gas engine. It has a fantastically light clutch. 136 hp is not a ton, but it will accelerate just fine and keep up with traffic. The best thing about the Focus is its ride-handling tradeoff. The steering has excellent feel, the ride is never harsh, and it will go right where you point it. Not bad for an economy car. We have a 2013 VW Golf as well. While the Golf is a more mature, heavier feeling car, the Focus is much more playful with no dead spot in the steering and a near perfect driving position. The hatchback is nice to be able to load larger items, has great visibility and the back seat is so much bigger than many of the new compact/midsize cars. The 2012-present Focus is much more cramped inside. The weakest thing about this car is that it just wasn't screwed together very well on the inside. It rattles, sometimes badly, sometimes not so much, depending on the tire pressure. Sometimes I feel like I have the best car ever--it is quite fun to drive--and sometimes I just want something a little quieter, a little more refined. But then, I get on a back road with the 5-speed and realize that this car is one-of-a-kind and it will be hard to replace when the time eventually comes.
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