What Are the Specifications for the Ford Focus ST-2?

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The Ford Focus ST-2 is a variation of the traditional Focus designed for performance. Focuses that bear the ST moniker feature performance upgrades, styling accents and additional features. The ST-2 is just one subdivision of the ST series, with the ST, ST-2 and ST-3 all boasting different features and specifications.

Body Styling

The ST-2 is available with either three or five doors. The body mouldings on the car are designed to appear more aggressive than the traditional Focus while twin-exhaust pipes and a mesh grille indicate that the car is designed with more than day-to-day commuting in mind. The ST-2 also features alloy wheels and a rear under-bumper diffuser. While the standard ST-2 comes with a traditional paint job, variations are available in bright orange or with racing stripes.


The Focus ST-2 boasts a maximum speed of 150 MPH. The vehicle can go from 0 to 60 in 6.8 seconds. Focus owners must use unleaded gasoline in the vehicle, with each 12.1-gallon tank lasting roughly 368 miles. The Focus ST-2 has an approximate city gas mileage of 22 miles per gallon while highway drivers can expect around 27 miles per gallon.

Safety Information

The ST-2 comes with numerous safety measures. The vehicle has anti-lock brakes, electronic stability control, as well as driver and passenger airbags. An alarm comes standard on the ST-2, with front side airbags and seat belt pre-tensioners. The steering column can be locked to prevent theft.

ST-2 Features

The ST-2 has metal-finished pedals designed to contribute to its performance aesthetic, in addition to Recaro front seats. Focuses with the ST-2 label also have a variety of unique interior and exterior features. The car comes with an upgraded Sony audio system with built-in CD player. On the exterior, a Quickclear windshield, Bi-xenon headlights and LED taillights help contribute to the overall driveability of the car.

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