The 2012 Ford Focus will offer four engines, two petrol (1.6TiVCT and 1.6 EcoBoost) and two diesel (1.6 TDCi and 2.0 TDCi) with power levels ranging from 95 to 182ch. All engines meet the Euro 5 standard.
As usual let’s start with the greenest of the range: the 1.6 TDCi develops 95hp (230Nm) or 115hp (270Nm). With manual gearbox, both emits 109g/km for an average consumption of 4.2 l/100km.
Then comes the 2.0 TDCi, (we forget the 115hp version only available with the PowerShift automatic transmission) with 140hp (320Nm) and 163hp (340Nm) versions which provides comfortable power for emissions of only 129g/km and an average consumption of 5l/100km (with manual gearbox). On the performance the 0 to 100kph falls below 9 seconds with 8.9 and 8.6 seconds respectively.
There is a 1.6 engine TiVCT whose ratio power/emissions isn’t very interesting, especially compared to the EcoBoost engine.
Indeed, Ford has developed a 1.6 engine called EcoBoost that offers the performance of a 2.0 l with low emissions.
The powers available are 150hp and 182hp for 240Nm of torque (270 with overboost) on both engines. Emissions stand at 139g/km which is a good performance for a petrol engine with this capacity and offering up to 182ch, equivalent to a combined consumption of 6.0l/100km while 0 to 100kph takes respectively 8.6 and 7.9 seconds.
The data presented are those of the 5-door (Compact), but the Focus will also available in Sedan (4 doors) and Wagon (SW, 5 doors). Few changes come to the data presented, consumption and emission are similar, just add a tenth to the 0 to 100kph for the Sedan and two-tenths for the SW version.