Ford has implemented several trim level changes to its best-selling Focus range as part of a raft of minor updates.
One key difference is that Ford has dropped the entry-level Style trim from the range, with these low-spec models not proving very popular with UK buyers who typically like plusher versions. Ford made a similar move with the Fiesta earlier this year, too.
It means that the new entry-level Focus is now £2,100 more expensive than before, with the range kickstarting with the Zetec version.
Price increases have been implemented elsewhere in the range, with some trim levels increasing in price by £250, while petrol versions are now £500 more expensive than before. Estate models also now cost £100 more than they did previously.
Ford has also introduced a new flagship Active Vignale version – sitting above both the regular rugged-looking Active X and premium Vignale versions.
Active Vignale versions cost from £27,045 and, on top of the ‘X’ versions, adds LED headlights, park assist, full leather upholstery, a head-up display and a heated steering wheel to name but a few features.See Available Focus deals
All changes have already come into play, with the revised line-up available to buy now.