The 2019 Ford Focus ST wagon is available with a 2L TDI or 2.3L turbo gas engine, 6-speed manual or 7-speed auto (gas only), FWD, and 18″ wheels.
The new 2019 Ford Focus ST has a turbocharged 2.3L 4-cylinder with 276hp (206kW) and 310 lb-ft (420Nm), but like all Focus models, it’s not coming to the US.
The 2019 Ford Focus ST has a 2.3L turbo I4 with 206kW (276hp) and 420Nm or a 2L turbo diesel, 6-speed manual or 7-speed auto, and electronic LSD.
The 2019 Ford Focus Active estate has more ground clearance (30mm front, 34mm rear), extra drive modes, offroad styling, but no AWD option.
President Donald Trump wants Ford to build the Focus Active in the USA now that the company has kiboshed plans to import it from China.
The 2020 Ford Focus Active isn’t coming to the US after all. The car was due to imported from China after North American production of the current car ends.
The Mark IV Ford Focus hatch and wagon were launched in Europe, and will be available in 2018 with 1.0 and 1.5-liter turbo gas engines, and a 2.0-liter turbo-diesel.
The 2018 Ford Focus wagon has a larger trunk area, and 1,650L (58.3 cu ft) of storage space with the rear seats folded down.
The 2018 Ford Focus Active hatch has 30mm higher suspension, unique front and rear knuckles, and plastic fender extensions.
The 2018 Ford Focus Vignale hatch is top of the line model, and has more chrome, a unique grille, aluminum roof rails, and an exclusive color (Dark Mulberry or deep purple).