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Ford Focus CC 2.0 TDCi

Diesel power doesn’t always sit well with the convertible car but the Ford Focus CC 2.0 TDCi pulls it off very well. The engine is surprisingly quiet and refined and the with the hardtop roof up it goes almost unnoticed. The addition of 6th gear on the manual transmission also helps to make this an economical long distance runner.

The Focus CC was designed and is assembled for Ford by Italian coachbuilders Pininfarina. This shows in the nice touches which help this car to stand out from the rest of the Focus range. As with most hardtop convertibles derived from a saloon it has a rather swollen and elongated rear but the designers have done a good job of distracting the eye with some impressive styling. None of the engine options are particularly sporting but it’s still a good car to drive, particularly when the roof is up which adds rigidity. The Ford Focus CC is a lot of car for the money. So far only available in Europe despite the pleas of the US market.

The UK list price jumped up in 2009, perhaps to allow dealers to offer impressive looking discounts.

Cars in the Ford Focus CC range:

Ford Focus CC 2.0 TDCi Specifications

Car brandFord
Roof typeHardtop
Fuel typeDiesel
Engine typeStraight 4
Engine size1997 cc
Power136@4000 bhp
Torque251@2000 lb.ft
Transmission type6-spd manual

Ford Focus CC 2.0 TDCi Performance

Max Speed (Manual)127 mph
Max Speed (Auto)- mph
0-60mph (Manual)- seconds
0-60mph (Auto)- seconds
0-100kmph (Manual)10.3 seconds
0-100kmph (Auto)- seconds

Ford Focus CC 2.0 TDCi Economy and Emissions

EU Combined MPG (Manual)47.9 mpg
EU Combined MPG (Auto)- mpg
CO2 Emissions (Manual)156 g/km
CO2 Emissions (Auto)- g/km

Ford Focus CC 2.0 TDCi Details

Production dates2008-2010
UK Retail pricefrom £24,345
UK Insurance group11/21
Luggage capacity- litres
Fuel tank capacity55 litres
Warranty distance60,000 miles
Warranty length3 years
Service Intervals12,500 miles
Information last updated November 2, 2014

2 Owner Reviews

Do you drive a Ford Focus CC? Would you recommend it to others? Why not leave a comment to let us know what you think of the car. This Ford has 2 owner reviews.

  1. Andrea Skelly says:

    I bought my Focus CC new in April 2009. Had niggling issues, the rear badge was scratched when I picked it up and then the dealership – Evans Hallshaw, scratched the boot when fitting the new one etc. However all was great until it rained! Then the trouble started. The leaks were very serious and caused a lot of water staining etc. After several stays in the workshop the leaking was sorted out however, shortly afterwards the roof mechhanism failed scratching the surrounding trim as it did so, had to have the roof forced up at the dealership and then for the best part of the summer weather of 2009 it was in the shop! Needed new roof lining etc. I was very let down. On the plus side, the engine is great – 2 litre turbo diesel is very efficient and plenty powerful.I couldn’t recommend this car as due to the roof issues, it kind of took the shine off the whole experience! I am now ready to change and I’m looking for a different convertible!

  2. Gordon Thompson says:

    My 2008 cc is one car which I drive with a smile on my dial , especially when the roof is down , I absolutely love it , it had 35000 on the clock when I bought it , and the weather this year gave me plenty of chances to have the roof down , the grand kids love it too they keep asking me to make it fly thunderbirds are go my other car was a ford mondo v6 saloon and that ticked all my boxes too love them !

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