Lots of Standard Features, Lots of Value
The 2013 Ford Focus in Cincinnati went through an extensive model refresh for its newest version. It was popular compact car when it was first released and Ford designers sought to regain some of those admirers with this newest production model. Even on the base trim the 2013 Ford Focus in Cincinnati comes with a whole host of standard features including: Keyless entry, air conditioning, power windows, power locks, power mirrors and a height-adjustable driver seat. Also, the 2013 Focus comes with tilt and telescoping steering.
On the upper trim models, the 2013 Ford Focus in Cincinnati comes standard with the Ford MyKey system. With the Ford MyKey system, people with young and/or inexperienced drivers can encourage positive driving habits even when they aren’t in the car. By using one of the keyfobs as a master, you can set certain parameters such as a maximum speed warning or have the radio not be audible until all of the occupants have buckled their seatbelts.
Safety and Storage
No matter which of the two body styles you choose on the 2013 Ford Focus in Cincinnati, you are certain to turn a few heads. Both the sedan and hatchback models have gotten a refreshed look for 2013. While both body styles share similar features and equipment, there is a difference in the cargo area. The 2013 Ford Focus in Cincinnati hatchback has a single fold down rear seat to accommodate larger payloads, whereas the sedan has a 60/40 split rear seat.
The safety features are numerous on the 2013 Ford Focus in Cincinnati; starting with the standard anti-lock brakes and stability control systems. The newest Focus also adds front side airbags and side curtain airbags. Also when you pair your Bluetooth capable smartphone to the 2013 Ford Focus in Cincinnati, if the Ford Sync detects a crash, it will automatically dial 911. The 2013 Focus received four-out-of-five stars in government crash testing and a top score of “good” from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety.