The 2017 Ford Fiesta and 2017 Ford Fusion are now available in the United States.
They’re the first cars to have the option to drive on two wheels, and the first to offer the same-size rear seats and larger trunk space.
The Focus RS and Focus have been the most popular cars in the US for a while now, and they’re now offered with two-wheel drive and a five-speed automatic transmission.
It’s been a pretty popular option in Europe, too.
The new cars offer a variety of upgrades over previous generations, including:A more powerful engine, with up to 2,100 horsepower, thanks to a 4.0-liter, four-cylinder engine.
A more fuel-efficient car, with a peak combined fuel economy of 18 mpg.
It also gets a five percent boost in the EPA’s low-speed driving rating.
A new body, and a larger trunk.
It’s a very different experience than you might expect, but if you’re used to a Focus RS, you’ll appreciate it.
The Focus RS is a compact hatchback with a sporty look and a low, compact cabin.
The front seats are wide and spacious, but they’re a bit on the narrow side.
The seats are a little too narrow for my liking, and it feels like I’m being held up in the back seat by a big guy.
The rear seats aren’t as wide, and that’s where the Focus RS falls short.
I prefer the wider seats of the Focus, which feel better for long stretches.
In the trunk, the Fiesta is the winner.
I like the way the Fiesta looks, with its chrome, red and black paint, and even more so with the front fascia.
But the interior is a little cramped.
The interior has a decent amount of storage space, but it’s only about 4 cubic feet.
The Fiesta’s trunk also has a smaller footprint, but that’s a little disappointing.
It has a rear hatch and a rear cargo area, but I can’t say it’s a great option for people who don’t like to carry anything.
The trunk is pretty wide, too, but you’ll need to find another way to get around the car.
The 2018 Ford Focus will be available in 2018 in two versions: the RS and RS Plus.
The RS Plus has the optional two-liter turbocharged 3.0L EcoBoost engine, and this is the new model in the U.S.
The RS Plus gets more power from the turbocharged engine, so it has a greater torque output.
The power output is increased from the previous generation Focus RS.
The car is more comfortable to drive, and its handling is more responsive.
It offers better acceleration and handling, and you can see the Focus’ new engine in the video below.
In terms of practicality, the RS Plus offers a few improvements over the RS.
It gets a larger roof, wider doors, more space for passengers and luggage, and new front and rear bumpers.
The roof is also wider and wider, with the rear bumping removed.
The rear seats are also wider, and have more leg room.
The seats are narrower than the previous Focus RS’, and both are wider than the rear seats of a 2017 Honda Civic.
The hatchback is still available in four trim levels, and there’s a choice of a three-door hatchback or a two-door sedan.
The base model is priced at $27,500, but the hatchback Plus can go for $27/m, which includes a $3,000 destination fee and $3 per hour in maintenance.
The base model, which comes with a manual transmission, is available only in the States.
The second-generation Focus RS comes with an automatic transmission, which is not a standard on the Focus.
The 2017 Focus RS also comes with the standard Active Brake Assist, which can assist you by braking when the brakes are applied.
The car also has four active suspension modes, including ABS and DCT.
Both models have a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and all-wheel steering.
The 2016 Ford Focus comes with automatic headlights, which have a range of up to 6,000 kilometers.
It comes with heated seats and LED headlights.
The standard version of the 2016 Focus RS includes an Active Brakes, a six speed automatic transmission with manual and sport modes, and heated and cooled seats.
The second-gen Focus RS features a six engine, four cylinder turbocharged, V-6, 4WD.
The third-gen model comes with two engines: a V-8 and a V6.
The 4WD-equipped model is available with a 4WD, four speed automatic with manual, sport, and sport automatic modes.
The fourth-gen Fiesta comes with standard automatic headlights with LED, automatic and sport features.
The sixth-gen Ford Focus model comes equipped