Ford Focus Ghia in general Reviews
Product Type: Ford cars
Newest Review: ... is plenty of space in the boot, and, if thats not enough, the back seats can be folded down quickly and easily for an even ... more
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Customer Ford Focus Ghia in general Reviews (10)
by - written on 09/07/10 (Very useful, 202 readings)
I recently traded in my micra for a 55 plate Ford Focus Ghia 2l diesel. This was a bit of a step up from the micra but I felt that I finally deserved a car that would get me from A to B without shaking along the way! I spent one day at a car supermarket and decided that the Ghia was right for me. I was instantly comfortable inside the car, which for someone who is quite short is a surprisingly hard quality to find in a car. I didn't buy the car from the car supermarket as I decided that I wanted all the extras that I could get so I kept an eye out on Autotrader for the perfect car (when buying second hand they all tend to be the same price no matter how many extras they Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/09 (Very useful, 332 readings)
I bought my Ford Focus Ghia 1.6 around 12 months ago when my Rover 25 Olympic went to the great scrap-heap in the sky. It was second-hand, having only one prior owner and has an 02 registration, but i still paid around £4000 for it, and my insurance wasnt cheap either at £800. This moves it to the ceiling of what the average student can afford, if not making it completely unaffordable for that group of drivers. There are lots of things i like about the car, one of which being the front heated screen, which given our current cold weather has meant the difference between scraping ice for 15 minutes, and watching it all melt from the comfort of the drivers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/04/01, updated on 29/02/04 (Very useful, 1042 readings)
I've been driving a 1.6 Focus Ghia Saloon for about six months and have not been dissapointed in it. Initially on my choice of car; I test drove and compared nine others (Rover 45, Toyota Corolla and Avensis, Citroen Xsara, Renault Megane and Scenic, Chrysler Neon, VW Golf and Seat Cordoba). Only the Focus was I immediately comfortable and impressed with! Its comfortable...seat can be moved to suit all, easy to get into without knocking knee on on trim (Rover take note!); responsive...just takes roundabouts with a roll of the wrist on the steering wheel and acceleration just a feather touch on the pedals, and practical...nice touches throughout...CD contols ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/00, updated on 29/01/01 (Very useful, 999 readings)
I bought a 2.0l Ghia in September and I am really impressed. I went for the stylish saloon rather than the cut off hatchback and boy is it a big car. It has all the extras you need and a few you don't and is well put together and stylish. The boot has masses of room in and being higher than the hatchback means less bending when you are getting shopping in and out. I'm getting about 32MPG from it and that's with town driving, only 5 miles to work every day! When I do my motorway trips I get just over 38mpg, pretty good considering I'm a foot down sort of driver. I also find it comfortable and on the long journeys when I stop at the service ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/13, updated on 03/10/13 (Useful, 41 readings)
I've owned my Ford Focus for a little over a year so far. It is a 1.6 TDCi Ghia on an 06 plate, with 110bhp. Over the time, it has averaged about 55mpg, and it is in tax band D which, at todays prices, is £105 for the year. So it is fairly economical for it's age, yet it still has more than enough power for most users which, coupled with an amazing chassis that handles brilliantly, allows for a fantastic driving experience. There is plenty of space in the boot, and, if thats not enough, the back seats can be folded down quickly and easily for an even larger load area. Yet it still doesn't feel that big to drive - I can still park in fairly small spaces as ... Read the complete review
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