Focus ST-Line Design

Introducing the Design range now available on the Ford Focus including the sporty ST-Line series.
The refreshed Focus demands attention with its fresh new design both inside and out. Discover a range of powertrains, including an EcoBoost mild hybrid which delivers a punchier, more responsive performance.

Stay in Control

The Focus ST-Line Design series delivers elevated levels of sophistication and comfort. It comes with a wide-angle rear view camera as standard providing a clear view to the left and right at the rear when reverse gear is selected.
The colour SYNC 4 touch screen with DAB radio is intuitive. Focus is Apple CarPlay and Android Auto ready – making it easy to contact friends and family via call or text message.
What’s more, until 30th June 2024, Focus is available from €221 per month* on Ford Options.
Terms and Conditions
Finance Example: Ford Focus 5dr Titanium: Retail Price†
€30,294.00. Customer Deposit / Trade In €10,602.90. Finance Amount €19,691. 36 monthly payments of
€220.76. Total Cost of Credit €1,906.80. GMFV†† (Optional Final Payment) €13,650.54. Fixed APR 3.9%* (Annual Percentage Rate) as at 01/04/24.
Excludes delivery & dealer related charges. Model is shown for illustrative purposes only. ††The Guaranteed Minimum Future Value (GMFV) is payable if you renew
or retain the vehicle at the end of the agreement. Further charges may be applied by your Ford Dealer subject to kilometre limits/ condition of the vehicle. *Lending
criteria and conditions apply (Over18s only). APR is inclusive of a documentation fee of €63.49. To qualify for this Finance Offer, a minimum deposit of 10% is
required. Rate quoted is correct as at 01/04/2024 and is subject to change. Offer available on selected Ford Puma models ordered by 30th June 2024 and registered
by 30th September 2024 at participating Dealers. This is a Consumer Hire Purchase agreement provided by Ford Credit. Ownership remains with Ford Credit until
the optional final payment is made. Bank of Ireland trading as Ford Credit is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.