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2014 Ford Focus Titanium Nav Estate Powershift

2 Owners - Full Service History - 12 Months MOT


Stunning Condition 2014 Ford Focus Titanium Navigator Estate with the 1.6 petrol engine and smooth Powershift gearbox.

The car has had just two owners from new and comes complete with Full Service History with stamps at 6k, 12k, 19k and 23k. All but the most recent were Ford Main Dealers.

High Specification Titanium Navigator with:

  • Ford Sync system,
  • Satellite navigation,
  • DAB radio,
  • Bluetooth handsfree and music streaming,
  • Keyless engine start,
  • Quickclear Electric heated windscreen,
  • Electric folding wingmirrors,
  • Dual zone climate control,
  • Automatic headlights and windscreen wipers,
  • 18” wolfrace alloy wheels,
  • LED daytime running lights,
  • Multifunction steering wheel,
  • Cruise control,
  • Privacy tinted windows,
  • Rear parking sensors,
  • 3.5mm aux and USB inputs,
  • CD player,
  • Trip computer,
  • Centre armrest,
  • Front fog lights.

The car will be supplied complete with 2 keys, 3 Months Comprehensive warranty (can be extended up to 12 Months), Various receipts for work done, and MOT to 3/4/2020.

PCP and HP finance available from £0 deposit over up to 5 years.

Buy with confidence, 5* review rating on Autotrader, Google and Facebook.

We are very happy to take a part exchange. All documents are present, the car is HPI clear, debit cards welcome. 7 Day Indoor viewing.

Please call to make an appointment before travelling as we are often out collecting new stock. Find us on Facebook and Instagram.

Year: 2014
Make: Ford
Model: Focus
Registration: CA14SLZ
Body Style: Estate
Mileage: 24989
Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic
Fuel Economy: 44
Price: £8,495
Drivetrain: FWD
Engine: 1.6L Petrol
Exterior Color: Deep Impact Blue
Interior Color: BLACK / GREY
Fuel Type: Petrol
Power (BHP): 123
Torque (NM): 160
Emmissions (g/km): 146
1 Year RFL: 160

Viewing available seven days a week in our brightly lit, heated indoor showroom in Malvern, Worcestershire

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