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2013 FORD FOCUS : Ford first presented its best-selling Focus as all-new at last year's Chicago Auto Show. For the 105th edition of the show, the 2013 Focus returns, with it's long tradition of safety and outstanding value in front-wheel drive vehicles. Each body configuration for 2013 share Ford's acclaimed kinetic styling, which emphasizes the car's athletic stance. The trim levels for consists of the S, SE, SEL, Titanium, with all models providing five passenger seating capacity and outstanding craftsmanship. A total of 13.2 cu. ft. of cargo room is available in the trunk of the sedan and up to a healthy 44.8 cu. ft. in the hatchback when rear seat is folded down. The solo powerplant offered is a 160 horsepower, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that comes standard with a five-speed manual gearbox or optional six-speed automatic transmission. There are comfort and technology features more commonly associated with larger vehicles that are offered on the '13 Focus four-door sedan and five-door hatchback models. Examples of the technologies to order on a '13 Focus is the active park assist that helps drivers to parallel park with the press of a button and without ever touching the steering wheel - all in 24 seconds - once it spots a suitable parking space. A rear view camera is offered for confident maneuvering. Inside the cabin, options include push-button start, MyFord touch powered by SYNC, WI-Fi capability, text-to-voice, HD radio with iTunes tagging and voice-activated navigation system. On a historical note, Ford has sold more than 10 million Focus units worldwide since the nameplate's launch in 1998.
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