All-New Ford Fusion Hybrid


2012 Ford Focus ST image

Between hatchback, sedan, and pure electric, there’s no question why the Ford Focus is number three on this list with 245,922 units sold. No doubt the rise of demand for electric cars helped the Focus Electric propel the number of units sold in 2012. The Focus boasts SYNC with MyFord Touch for those who like to stay connected to the technical world. With an intuitive touch screen, you can control navigation, your phone, and entertainment. For added safety, there are also steering wheel-mounted controls for the driver so there is less distraction while driving. The base model price for the Focus S sedan is set at $16,200; prices increase all the way to $39,200 for the Focus Electric. The Focus is making headlines with the 2013 Focus ST bringing Ford into the hatchback arena and it is sure to be a hit.

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