The Ford Focus has no significant changes for 2014.
The Ford SYNCH system is one of the better emergency crash notification systems around. It can automatically dial 911 if you have it paired with a smartphone. The Focus has antilock brakes, a traction and stability control system, side curtain airbags and front side airbags. Depending on the model and trim level, the Focus can stop from 60 mph in a range between 110 feet and 130 feet.
There are two model styles available for the Ford Focus: sedan and hatchback. The Ford Focus hatchback, Focus Electric and Focus ST all have the hatchback style and the Focus sedan is the only sedan body. The Focus is once again a highly sought after model in its segment. The styling is new and upgraded since 2012 and is not contemporary and modern.
Even the base S sedan model has good materials and a well laid design with comfortable seating, front and rear. When you move up to the higher trim levels, or to the new ST model, things get even better and much more interesting. Overall, the Focus has the feel and looks of a much more expensive and upscale car in the cabin, and outside too.
The 2014 Ford Focus offers a very comfortable and relaxing smooth ride on all models. Handling varies, according to the model or trim level you have, but even at the base level that handling is good. There are two engines and an electric motor/battery pack available as power sources. Fuel economy is very good on all models, including the sporty, more powerful, ST.