Ford Focus Years

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The Ford Focus was first introduced as a compact car in the lineup, released in 1998 in Europe. The car was created under the “Ford 2000” plan, which had the goal of globalizing model development and selling a single compact vehicle worldwide. The car became known in the lineup as a valuable economy car. The first-generation Ford Focus was introduced on the European market as a replacement for the Escort. The North American market started marketing the Ford in 1999 for the 2000 model year. The vehicle was introduced in the US in a few different model types. These included a three-door hatchback, four-door sedan, and wagon. The small size of the Focus was seen as a way to help bring in younger buyers looking for an inexpensive starter vehicle. The goal was also to increase the average fuel economy of the fleet average to meet the US federal standards. The first-generation Focus was produced until 2004, the second until 2011, and the third until 2018.

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