Already a hot car throughout the San Diego area, the 2015 Ford Focus is completely redesigned — which officially upgrades its appeal from “hot” to “sizzling”. Everything is new: interior, exterior, infotainment, and safety systems. Plus, there’s a fantastic new fuel-efficient engine available. And of course, you’ll get the awesome handling, huge list of standard features and options, and comfortable ride that the Ford Focus has been known for since its inception. Check out the latest design and positively outstanding sedan/hatchback today at Kearny Pearson Ford, a well-established Ford dealership serving San Diego!
The cool, compact 2015 Ford Focus comes in sedan and hatchback body styles. Both styles are four-door and both are chock-full of amenities, beginning with the entry-level 2015 Ford Focus S, a sedan-only trim which gets standard keyless entry, 60/40-split folding rear seats, Ford’s MyKey technology, a rearview camera, and a four speaker sound system. Next up is the mid-range 2015 Ford Focus SE, which raises the bar with standard features like a six-speaker sound system, 16-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights, cruise control, and a trip computer. And there are plenty of great options for the 2015 Ford Focus SE, including the SE Appearance package, which offers cool amenities like 17-inch dark-painted aluminum wheels, ambient interior lighting, and leather upholstery.
The top-line 2015 Ford Focus Titanium is endowed with numerous functional and technological enhancements, including HD radio, rear parking sensors, upgraded exterior and interior trim, remote start, heated front seats, and a 10-speaker premiums Sony sound system. Buyers can further deck out this car with the optional Titanium Technology package, which outfits the 2015 Ford Focus Titanium with such accessories as lane-departure warning, blind-spot warning, and automatic high-beam headlight control.
Acquaint yourself with a fantastic new or used Ford Focus near San Diego when you visit Kearny Pearson Ford today!
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