25/34  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
8.5  Sec.
0-60 MPH
23.3  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 Ford Focus?

Ford regularly improves its many vehicles, but it has chosen not to alter the Focus for 2018. If you love the interior and exterior of the 2017 Ford Focus, you will enjoy all of the features available in different trim levels in the 2018 version as well. Most trim levels are available in both a sedan and a hatchback option. Exploring the many trim levels available for 2018 at Gwinnett Place Ford will help you to decide which Focus is most ideal for your driving needs and desires.

2018 Ford Focus Trims and Features

The 2018 Ford Focus is a compact car that appeals to many drivers, and one reason for this is the exceptional range of trim levels available to choose from. The lower-level trim options are the S, SE and SEL. The higher-level trims for 2018 are the Titanium, Electric, ST and RS options. If you opt for the entry-level S trim, your 2018 is only available in a sedan style. Some of its many standard features include 15-inch wheels, keyless entry, hill start assistance, a full-color 4.2-inch display screen, power windows and other features. For drivers who are looking for a sportier driving experience, the RS is a great option. This is the most advanced trim level available for the 2018 Focus, and it comes with Recaro seats, high-performance braking, 19-inch wheels, a superior torque rating, advanced headlights, a leather-wrapped shifter knob and steering wheel, a spoiler and other items. If you are looking for a mid-level trim, the Titanium is a wonderful option to consider. The Titanium trim level gives you one-touch power windows, fog lights, chrome headlights, 17-inch wheels, heated side mirrors, a remote start engine and several other features.


2018 Ford Focus SideFinding the right vehicle to purchase also requires you to take a closer look at engine performance, and you will not be disappointed with what the 2018 Focus offers. The S trim level comes with a base engine. This is a four-cylinder, 2.0-liter engine that is capable of 160 horsepower. Drivers who are looking for more power and enhanced performance in their next vehicle may want to test drive the RS model. The RS sedan is equipped with a 2.3-liter, I4 turbocharged engine. It also comes with a six-speed manual transmission and an excellent suspension system. The RS hatchback offers even more power with 350 foot-pounds of torque and 350 horsepower. The best way to experience the differences in the various engine configurations available for 2018 is to take the new Focus out for a test drive at Gwinnett Place Ford.


2018 Ford Focus RearWhen you take a closer look at the safety features in the 2018 Ford Focus and on its safety test ratings, you will see that this is a truly exceptional compact car from a safety standpoint. Several agencies reviewed this vehicle's safety capabilities, and they gave it exceptional ratings across the board. U.S. News gave the 2018 model a safety score of 9.3 out of ten points. The IIHS gave this vehicle the highest score available for four of its five categories. The NHTSA reviewed this car for overall safety and gave it five stars. As you might expect, the 2018 Focus is loaded with numerous standard safety features, such as several airbags, an engine immobilizer, child safety locks in the rear and more. There are also advanced features that you can enjoy as standard equipment in all trim levels, such as turn signals in the side mirrors, dusk sensors in the headlights and a post-collision safety feature.

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