2013 Ford Focus ST Long-Term Road Test

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edited September 2014 in Ford

image2013 Ford Focus ST Long-Term Road Test

The Ford Focus ST is a better 10th high-school reunion car than a 20th reunion car.

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  • jeepsrtjeepsrt Member Posts: 88
    Is that the Hyatt Regency Newport Beach? That parking lot look's familiar from when we stayed there in '06.
  • noburgersnoburgers Member Posts: 500
    The Grand National would have been more time-machine worthy of the trip. But I sure hope you don't care what anyone thinks about the car you are driving by the time your 20th reunion rolls around.
  • bankerdannybankerdanny Member Posts: 1,021
    Had my 30th last weekend. I am generally hyper aware of what people drive. I frequently remember their cars but not their names. I couldn't tell you what a single one of the 90+ other attendees drove. The same is pretty much true for 20. I didn't attend any of the earlier ones. Maybe when I was in my 20's I would have cared. Now that I am pushing 50, I really don't.
  • legacygtlegacygt Member Posts: 599
    I am interested in who drives what but I really don't care. That being said, I think the ST is an even better car to have when you're still in high school.
  • greenponygreenpony Chicago, ILMember Posts: 531
    legacygt, let me politely disagree with the statement that this is a good car to have while still in high school. When the average high schooler doesn't have a car, or owns a beater, this one screams "my parents bought me this," and a lot of people resent that. It will attract the wrong sort of attention. It's also irresponsible parenting. Teens are inexperienced drivers, while at the same time believing they are invincible. That's an accident waiting to happen. Buying them a brand new car (with a powerful motor, no less) is just foolish. Who cares about image.
  • stovt001_stovt001_ Member Posts: 799
    @greenpony: at least its better than the kids at my high school whose parents bought them brand new Audi TTs, Corvettes, Caddy CTS-V, and Lexus LSs. (Why a high school guy would want an LS, even if his parents could afford it, is beyond me but there was o
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