It's like the Focus hatchback
But not as handsome with a boott
You don't see much of the Focus saloon on the road, despite the hatchback being one of the UK's best-selling cars. The main reason is we Brits just don't like small saloons in the UK; we prefer practical hatches and useful estates. Still, the saloon inherits Focus's best bits, including a good drive and above-average reliability. As it's not as popular with buyers, it's a cheaper and better value used buy, too.
The range isn't as wide as the hatchback and estate, but there's still a choice of three new engines (and a discontinued diesel).