Ford focus: two gasoline engines to be euro 5 compliant in the future

Ford focus: two gasoline engines to be euro 5 compliant in the future

Koln, 11. August 2009 – ford launches focus with revamped engines and new styling extras. Then the 1.6-liter gasoline engine with 100 hp and the 2.0-liter gasoline engine with 145 hp will be euro 5 compliant – but only when combined with a manual transmission. The automatic versions and all other gasoline engines in the focus remain euro 4-compliant. In the case of the automatics, which by the way come from psa (peugeot-citroen), the 1.6 tdci in the 90 and 109 hp versions is euro 5 compliant, but not the 2.0 tdci in the two power ratings 110 and 136 hp. In total, four of the ten engines offered in the compact car meet the euro 5 standard.

Chrome and aluminum accessories

In addition, chrome mirror caps can be ordered for 50 euros for the style, ghia and titanium versions of the focus, as well as pedals with aluminum overlays for 100 euros. The interior styling package ii is also available for the same equipment. It includes velour floor mats front and rear, a gear knob illuminated from the inside, front door sill trims with illuminated focus lettering and an aluminum-look handbrake handle. The package costs 420 euros for the style, and 390 euros for the other two versions. All the new features will go into production in august 2009 and can be ordered immediately.

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