The entry-level Focus Studio model has been reduced by £400 to an on-the-road price of £10,995. The LX price has increased by £100 but gains body-coloured door handles, power heated mirrors, dual horn, and trip computer as standard.
The Sport has been increased by £150 and is also upgraded with body-coloured door handles, power heated mirrors, dual horn, and trip computer. The Zetec model has been deleted in the new 2007 line-up. The Zetec Climate is reduced by £150, while Ghia models now have a Sony CD system with MP3 connection, new exterior mirrors with side repeaters (same as Focus ST) for a £225 price increase.
The Titanium is reduced by £380 and benefits from new exterior mirrors with side repeaters and privacy glass.
Ford has kept its C-MAX Studio model the same, but the LX adds a comfort seat system, trip computer, child observation mirror, sunglasses holder and driver armrest, with a price increase of £100. The C-MAX Zetec adds new interior trim, privacy glass, child observation mirror and sunglass holder with a £100 price increase. The C-MAX Ghia trim adds privacy glass with no price premium.
New colour options are also available for all Focus models, including ‘frozen white’, ‘ocean blue’ and ‘verdigris’.