2013 Ford Focus ST at Roebling Road Raceway: Photo Gallery

2013-ford-focus-st
Ford's pocket-rocket is powered by a 252-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder that produces 270 pounds-feet of torque. A manual transmission is standard. With its peppy powertrain, sport-tuned suspension, uprated shocks and springs, and styling that's full of attitude, the 2013 Ford Focus ST was a blast to drive around the track at Roebling Road Raceway in Georgia.

Check out the Cars.com photographer Evan Sears' pictures below.

2013_Roebling_13Ford_FocusST

2013_Roebling_13Ford_FocusST

2013_Roebling_13Ford_FocusST

2013_Roebling_13Ford_FocusST

2013_Roebling_13Ford_FocusST

2013_Roebling_13Ford_FocusST

2013_Roebling_13Ford_FocusST

2013_Roebling_13Ford_FocusST

2013_Roebling_13Ford_FocusST

2013_Roebling_13Ford_FocusST

2013_Roebling_13Ford_FocusST

2013_Roebling_13Ford_FocusST

2013_Roebling_13Ford_FocusST

Related
Cars.com Reviews the 2013 Ford Focus ST
2013 Ford Focus ST Priced at $23,700
More Ford News on Cars.com

Comments 

AgentMike

Unfortunately as with most American Built Cars, The interior, and Fit and finish are poor when compared to European and Asian Builders. This car has more plastic parts then Joan Rivers.

Mr. Skinner

Have you actually been inside the car and seen it in person?

Scots

@agentmike...name a car that has a sub $24 starting price that doesn't have plastics in the interior. You can't, so stop thinking. read a few more reviews of this car and you'll see it's beating out both Asian and German competitors on all aspects.

Soakee

What material would you propose they use in lieu of plastic? Balsa wood? Foam rubber? Mouse droppings?

Post a Comment 

Please remember a few rules before posting comments:

  • If you don't want people to see your email address, simply type in the URL of your favorite website or leave the field empty.
  • Do not mention specific car dealers by name. Feel free to mention your city, state and brand.
  • Try to be civil to your fellow blog readers. This blog is not a fan or enthusiast forum, it is meant to help people during the car-buying process and during the time between purchases, so shoppers can keep a pulse on the market.
  • Stay on topic. We want to hear your opinions and thoughts, but please only comment about the specified topic in the blog post.
view posting rules

If you have a TypeKey or TypePad account, please Sign In

Search Results

KickingTires Search Results for

Search Kicking Tires

KickingTires iPhone App
Ask.cars.com