specifically tuned electric power-assisted steering (EPAS) system, independent Control Blade rear suspension and torque vectoring control.
(Vocus) October 29, 2010
Mike Castrucci Ford of Alexandria, the number one Ford dealership by volume in Kentucky, specializes in offering a full line of Ford cars and trucks to buyers. Castrucci Ford professionals focus on achieving customer satisfaction by providing education about the full range of options offered by Ford, and by helping customers experience Ford cars and trucks for themselves.
For the upcoming 2012 model year, Castrucci will be offering customers the opportunity to experience the soon-to-be released and completely redesigned Ford Focus. The new car in the already popular Focus line will feature new convenience options and new trim levels, in a car that Mike Castrucci Ford of Alexandria will offer to consumers as soon as it’s available.
With the upcoming model, Ford listened to consumers and give consumers the opportunity to choose between SE and Titanium models, each with new options and enhanced characteristics.
Speaking of the development of the redesigned Focus, Mark Rushbrook, Ford vehicle dynamics manager for the 2012 Focus, said, “Our enthusiast customers told us exactly what they want in an all-new Focus. They asked us to give Focus more responsive handling, and they asked that we develop and offer a factory-engineered handling package with beefier suspension hardware. We’ve done just that, fine-tuning a pair of available packages for mid-level SE and up-range Titanium models.”
As part of the upgrades, the 2012 Focus will receive a handling package including a “specifically tuned electric power-assisted steering (EPAS) system, independent Control Blade rear suspension and torque vectoring control.”
The Sport SE Package will offer many features including “sport-tuned suspension, 16-inch aluminum wheels, sport seats, four-wheel disc brakes, piano black grille, metallic interior trim accents, leather-wrapped steering wheel and standard five-speed manual transmission.” Meanwhile, the upscale Titanium trim level will offer “optimized suspension components, special 18-inch alloy wheels, low-profile summer performance tires and a trunk-mounted full-size spare.”
Mike Castrucci Ford of Alexandria offers a wide selection of 2010 and 2011 Ford Focus sedans available now, many starting at less than $20,000 for those buyers in need of a well-equipped, reliable and economical car today. For those planning ahead, Castrucci Ford will be bringing the new 2012 Focus to buyers in Kentucky as soon as it is available.
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