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The second generation of the Focus had a lot to live up to as the MK1 was a success in everything from popping to the shops to the World Rally Championships.
The MK2 debuted in 2005, taking some styling cues from the previous version but looking like it had put on some weight. Bigger but more practical than the original, this new Focus still had the ability to attract a broad range of customers, with a seemingly limitless set of trim levels.
The facelift in 2007 helped give it some creases and lines in all the right places, with lower powered versions looking not dissimilar to the ST.
If you had deep pockets and didn’t care about noise pollution, customers could opt for the range topping RS, producing a respectable 305ps from the 2.5 Duratec engine. Only die-hard Ford fans jumped at the chance to spend 35k on an RS500, named not because of horsepower but because of a limited production run. To put this price in perspective, a 2010 BMW 3 Coupe, 330i was the same price!
There is still a massive amount of demand for quality components for the Focus, resulting in FAI stocking a huge range. Here are some of our fast movers!