The Ford Focus ST Mk3 is a four-door/front-engine/front-wheel drive hatchback, the third generation of Ford Focus, designed by Allan Mulally and assembled at Ford's Saarlouis assembly facility in Germany. The prototype was unveiled at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. This modern compact runs with a 2.0L EcoBoost engine that produces a maximum output power of 252 Hp and 366 Nm of torque, with a 6-speed manual transmission. Its top speed is 154 Mph, and it accelerates from 0-62 Mph in 6.5 seconds, with combined fuel consumption of 7.2L/100 Km. It has a more aggressive exterior design featuring a redesigned front bumper, front grille, and a larger rear wing that enhances its aerodynamic profile.
The Ford Focus ST Mk3 has a current market value of $15,000, depending on the overall condition and mileage of the vehicle. It comes with 235/40/R18 stock tires on 18-inch alloy wheels, supported by a McPherson strut, coil springs suspension in both axles. A set of four ventilated discs brakes with an Anti-Lock-Braking system provide sufficient stopping power. This Focus brings an impressive collection of Sporting seats, a trio of additional gauges mounted on the dashboard, and a faux carbon-fiber trim on the interior. Still, it also has a powerful alternate side that does not shy away from an occasional race. The 3rd generation Ford Focus ST is a good family car for the money offering superior performance and comfort: the perfect daily driver for anyone.