The Focus-wagon is the car of choice for the wealthy and has become a trendier version of the Toyota Prius, thanks to the introduction of its all-electric engine.
It has become one of the most expensive cars in the world.
But what if you could customize it for your own needs?
This article gives you a little bit of what you need to know.
The Focus-wagons were created by the company called Focus-Tec, and they were originally designed to be used for short trips, but over time, Focus-Ts have been used for everything from daily commute to long trips to the weekend.
Focus-Vans were developed for the automotive industry.
The cars have gotten a bit more luxurious over the years.
They now feature leather seats and sport seats, but they also have larger windows and are more expensive than their older counterparts.
You can pick up the Focus Wagon in two different trim levels: the basic 2.2L V6 engine and the all-wheel-drive version, which offers a starting price of $41,995.
That’s a little more expensive, but it’s well worth it for the luxury of driving in the comfort of your own home.
There are a few differences between the two.
The basic V6 Focus-G wagon, for example, starts at $41.5 million, while the 2.4L version starts at just $44,995, with a starting MSRP of $55,995 with a $1,000 deductible.
The 2.0L V8 Focus-GT starts at a whopping $58,995 and is available in two trim levels ($55,295 and $55.295), and you can get a 2.5L Focus-H wagon for just $60,000.
The standard 2.8L Focus wagon starts at around $70,995 (or around $80,000 with a 50% down payment), but you can buy the 1.9L version for around $77,995 to go from the basic model to the super luxury level ($89,995).
Focus-Caris also has a 1.8 L V6 for just under $80 million and is also available in three trim levels.
The first is the base model, which is the standard model for the basic car, the 2-door V6 wagon, and it costs around $40,500.
The $65,000 2.6L Focus V6 is available for around the same price as the base 2.7L, and the $75,000 1.6 L model starts at roughly the same mark.
The more upscale 3.0 L Focus V8 wagon starts around $75.5, while a 3.5 L is around $89,295.
The 4.0 liter V8 version starts around the $115,595 mark, and a 5.0-liter V8 model starts around around $135,995 for the base sedan.
The basic Focus wagon has a 7.5-liter turbocharged engine, and its 2.9-liter engine is rated for 270 horsepower, and that’s a nice boost from the 3.2-liter EcoBoost engine found in the V6 model.
The base wagon has the 6.3-liter flat-six that is rated at 280 horsepower and can get you about 265 miles per gallon.
The V8 engine also has some other goodies that are only found in more expensive models, like the 5-speed automatic transmission that makes the Focus feel like a supercar.
It comes with a six-speed manual gearbox, so it’s possible to get a very quick shift in the Focus.
The V8 also comes with all-season tires, which should make it very easy to drive on a nice day.
The base Focus-L wagon starts out at around the base price of the base wagon, so you can start with the standard 3.3 liter engine, which comes with 275 horsepower and gets you a respectable 265 miles on the highway.
The premium 3.6 liter V6 starts at over $125,000 and gets the 6-speed PDK automatic that makes it feel like you’re driving an Aston Martin.
The top-of-the-line 3.8 liter V10 comes with 400 horsepower and a six gear ratio, which will allow you to get somewhere in the neighborhood of 330 miles per hour.
The 3.7 liter V9 comes with an 8-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and comes with the same level of luxury that the V8 models offer, but the top-end 3.9 liter V12 comes with 4-wheel drive, which means it can get around the city in about seven seconds flat.
The 3.4 liter V20 gets a four-speed, five-speed auto.
The most expensive 2.3L Focus is the 1-liter, 2-cylinder, V6 version, and you get a starting Price of $45,495