The newest model of the Ford Focus promises drivers an even better experience. This compact car has had updates completed on the interior and exterior, delivering reliability and style. The 2019 Ford Focus has been “redesigned from the wheels up” and was influenced by driver feedback. Gus Machado Ford of Hialeah expects the new model to roll into their Miami Ford dealership. Until then, we’re excited to share a preview of what’s new inside and out.

Exterior Updates

There are several changes to the exterior of the Ford Focus, making it more refined and sophisticated. The headlights now feature LED clusters and different accents for each trim. The hood has been elongated, which gives the body a sleeker aesthetic.

Interior Changes

Even though the 2019 Ford Focus has the same dimensions as the 2018, there is more room in the interior. The rear gets more room due to a longer wheelbase. Altogether, passengers can expect more shoulder, knee, and legroom.

Performance Improvements

The 2019 Ford Focus receives a new chassis and suspension. These new performance features help the vehicle gain 20% improvement in torsional rigidity. These eight-speed transmission vehicles will offer new options in engines with EcoBoost.

Technology Tune Ups

The 2019 model has available the Ford Co-Pilot, delivering an abundant amount of assistance to drivers. Some models will include the brand’s Evasive Steering Assist, which is an intuitive system that helps you steer in times when a collision is inevitable. With exterior cameras, it’s also monitoring the car’s surroundings.

The Active Park Assist also receives a makeover, which makes parking even easier with automatic shifting from drive to reverse. Also, enjoy adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go monitoring. The 2019 Ford Focus can even recognize speed limit signs and will keep you in your lane.

This long list of updates and upgrades make the 2019 Ford Focus highly anticipated. Keep in touch with your Miami Ford dealership, Gus Machado Ford of Hialeah, for more updates on the 2019 rollout.