Ford has updated pricing for its 2020 Focus hatchback after trimming down the line-up.
The core Focus range is now only two models, after the removal of Trend and Titanium hatches and the ST-Line wagon, leaving only the ST-Line hatch and Active hatch. The ST hero model continues atop the line-up.
Note: The performance 2020 Focus ST variant pricing and specs have been covered here.
The ST-Line hatch and Active hatch both start from $30,990 plus on-road costs. Standard equipment is unchanged for model-year 2020 Focus variants.
As before, Focus models (excluding the Focus ST) make use of a 1.5-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine producing 134kW and 240Nm matched to an eight-speed torque converter automatic transmission sending power to the front wheels.
An 8.0-inch infotainment touchscreen comes as standard on both trims, featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, DAB+ radio and satellite navigation.
Each variants also gets autonomous emergency braking, lane-keep assist, hill-start assist and rear parking sensors as standard.
Both ST-Line and Active models ride on 17-inch alloy wheels. LED headlights come as standard.
Options and their prices remain the same in 2020. A Driver Assistance Pack comes as standard on Titanium – a $1250 option for lower trims. The Titanium can also be optioned with a heads-up display for $300 – Active Park Assist tech is now standard on the variant.
Hues of Ford’s ‘Prestige Paint’ can be had for an additional $650 on both variants, while panoramic sunroof can be fitted for $2000.
2020 Ford Focus pricing
- ST-Line hatch – $30,990
- Active hatch – $30,990
- Focus ST – $44,690 (details)
All prices exclude on-road costs.