Stunning Ford Focus CC arrives in Stockton

Posted on 15 Jan 2008
Jennings Motor Group Ford Focus Convertible

There’s been a special delivery at Jennings Ford - the eagerly awaited all-new Focus Coupé-Cabriolet.

The latest addition to the Ford family, the stunning new Focus CC, which is Ford’s first power-operated hardtop, is currently available to test drive at the Group’s Yarm Road dealership.

The sleek new model has a two-piece, fully retractable hardtop which can be operated in 29 seconds and guarantees comfort and a high degree of year-round everyday practicality.

“The response from customers has been extremely encouraging, with two models sold within the first week of the CC arriving in the showroom,” said Steven Flack, sales manager at Jennings Ford in Stockton.

He added: “The all-new Focus CC is the third model in Ford’s expanding range of competitively-priced products and joins the Focus ST and S-MAX, which are both priced to appeal to retail customers.”

Together with the high performance Ford Focus ST, the Coupé-Cabriolet sits at the very top of the Focus family and is available in three versions, including the 1.6-litre CC-1, the 2.0-litre CC-2 and the range-topping CC-3.

Standard equipment for the CC-1, 1.6-litre version includes; alloy wheels, embossed rear chrome Focus logo, active roll over protection system, four-seats with sculptured rear bench, electronically operated and heated door mirrors with side turn indicators, Thatcham 1 Cat alarm, cd and air conditioning, in addition to a range of metallic colours, including Argento, Blue di Cine, Grenadine, Iris, Luna and Acqua.

The CC-2 includes the addition of a 2.0 Duratec petrol engine and 17” 10-spoke ‘Vignale style’ alloy wheels, three-spoke leather steering wheel, Sony MP3 player and Quickclear.

The top of the range CC-3 model offers leather seats, 17” 10-spoke ‘machines’ ‘Vignale style’ alloy wheels, cruise control, Sony 6CD, Quickclear, Auto lights/wipers/mirror, chrome detailed front fog light and grill surround.

New Ford Focus CC

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