2017 Ford Focus RS lease deal

2016 Ford Focus RS Priced at $36,945

Lease Deal
$
499
/Mo.

$4,999 Due at Signing

3 Year/36 Month Lease – 36,000 Total Miles. Example based on national average selling vehicle price. Each dealer sets own price. Your payments may vary.

Financing Special
$625
0% APR

for 72 Months 

$3678 down payment *PLUS* $1,000 Ford Smart Bonus Cash. Payments will also vary based on length of loan, loan to value, and options selected. Title, taxes, license, registration and dealer fees are extra.

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Ford Focus RS Test Report
The reference “fasten your seatbelt” rings true for sure in this hot hatchback. The Ford Focus RS has one of the most important innovations of the year. DRIFT MODE! With the new AWD Focus RS you can drift with ease. Up to 70 percent of the power can be sent to the rear axle making drifting so easy your mother can do it. The juicy turbocharged four-cylinder Ecoboost packs 350 hp and 350 lb-ft. of torque thanks to variable valve timing, a sophisticated direct injection and twin-scroll turbo.Pop the manual into gear and can flick the clutch and the all-wheel drive and traction control send you off ensuring that the nearly unbridled power can be transferred completely to the road. 0-60 MPH comes in just 4.7 seconds with a top speed of 165 MPH. But impressive as the thrust is the harmonious interplay of turbochargers and gasoline engine over almost the entire speed range are unique.

The powerplant is just one of the car’s best attributes. Compared to the regular Focus, the body was stiffened, front suspension consists of sporty springs and dampers. The trick, which distinguishes the Focus RS from all the other compact racing brothers, however, is the newly developed all-wheel drive. Haldex coupling? That’s water under the bridge, the Ford RS development team said. Now we get something called: “Dynamic Vectoring Toque.”

But what is the driving experience like? Well, that can hardly be put into words, you have to test drive for yourself. These are the four driving modes “Normal”, “Sport”, “track” and “drift” , where in addition to the four-wheel configuration and the sound, the engine management system and the dampers are adjusted accordingly. Only two of them – “Normal” and “Sport” – are, however, for the suitable public every day driving. With the RS in “sport” mode already going like a greyhound. In the modes “race track” and “drift” lets the monster out of the bag.