Auto Transport Quotes: Ford Focus
The Ford Focus is Ford’s main compact entry car available in most markets worldwide. It is currently sandwiched in between the Ford Fiesta and the Ford Fusion, with the Fiesta being a subcompact and the Fusion being a mid-size. First introduced in the European market in 1998, the Focus was first brought to the U.S. in 2000 for the 2001 Model Year. The Ford Focus effectively replaced the Ford Escort lineup which had been introduced to the American market in 1981. It is offered in seven different base packages, all of which are currently offered (MSRP) under $20,000. Several sport versions, as well as an all-electric version of the Focus, also are in production, giving customers a variety of different options. You can learn more about the Focus at Ford’s official page for it.
The Ford Focus is a compact car, which means it’s one of the smallest cars on the road – at least in modern terms. Its size and weight place it firmly in the “every day driver” category, and vehicles like the Focus are some of the most commonly shipped vehicles today. It doesn’t have the bulk of a sport utility vehicle or the utility of a pickup truck, but it does what it does well – that is, provide safe transportation for small families from A to B at an affordable price. The Focus isn’t a luxury car, so you won’t need to transport it with an enclosed carrier – an open carrier should suffice. Note that minor dings and dents, while uncommon, have been known to occur during transportation of a vehicle. If this happens to yours, your vehicle will be fully covered by the auto transport carriers’ insurance policy, which you can review before your vehicle is even loaded onto the vehicle.
The Focus is heavily customizable – with so many different interior and exterior options, anyone buying a new Focus can get exactly what they are looking for at a great price without a lot of hassle. Ford has worked hard on their customer relations over the years, and it really shines with the newer Focus models and their slew of available options and upgrades. These include, but are not limited to, sport-tuned suspension, upgrade-able interior options, and even the new(ish) Ford Sync platform, a great multimedia interface that Ford has been perfecting over the past four or five years. You can fill out our free online quote form to get multiple free quotes to ship your Ford Focus, or any vehicle you may have, and you can ask our professional advisers questions by calling our toll-free telephone number. For more about shipping a Ford Focus, read this helpful article.