The 2022 Focus Reminds Us Of The Good Small Fords We Can't Have
The fourth-generation Ford Focus — the one that went on sale outside the U.S. in 2018 — is on the brink of a mid-cycle refresh. While we don’t tend to cover the reveals of new cars not sold on our shores here at Jalopnik, there’s an alternate universe where this Focus, or at least the plastic-clad Active version of it, survived Ford’s passenger car massacre of a few years ago. For that reason, I think it’s worth seeing what we could’ve had. And be sad about it.
The first thing you may notice if you’re familiar with the forbidden Focus is the more angular facelift, featuring almost Acura-esque headlights and a harder-to-ignore LED signature. Personally, I preferred the old approach, but the 2022 Focus remains a smart-looking hatchback and wagon …
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