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2006 Ford Focus Reviews and Owner Comments
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2006 Ford FocusVisitor, Murrieta, CA, July 26, 2012 18:39Bought my focus wagon new in 2006. I had the latch on the hatch replaced in the first 6 months after losing stuff twice out the back on the road. Replaced the brakes and first set of tires around 30k miles, replaced another set of brakes at 50K and 2 more sets of rear tires before hitting 100k miles. Changed the shocks and struts around 50k miles. Needless to say, I'm not happy with how Ford engineered the suspension and brakes on the car. Now, at 104k miles, the low-beam lights have gone out and I have replaced all the fuses, the bulbs, and the relay and it's still not working.
2006 Ford FocusVisitor, Fair Oaks, CA, June 21, 2010 20:58My car is only 4 years old and I've had to put in a new water pump, brakes, power steering pump, and now I'm told one of the motor mounts needs to be replaced (plus tires but that is to be expected). I bought it new and have had regular schedule maintenance performed since then. It seems to have a lot of issues for a fairly new car.
2006 Ford Focusbarongustavo, Houston, TX, March 22, 2010 02:29This vehicle has very bad front brake disks. They warped when it has less of 30.000 miles. Everything else is just ok. Very nice in hte Autobahn but vibrates at 100 miles per hour when I press the brakes, very bad.Enthusiast
2006 Ford FocusTigressBCC, Redwood City, CA, October 29, 2008 17:16My Ford Focus has been a good inexpensive option, and mostly hasn't needed a lot of time in the repair shop. For repair Ford Focus has had some issues with the brakes. In general, compared to the inexpensive Asian cars I've owned, like the Honda Civic, it's not as reliable. But the Focus auto parts are fairly reasonable in price, so it's not too bad. In driving, it feels a little too lightweight and less safe than other cars in its category.Enthusiast