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Angus513

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10 posts

66 months

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Monday 15th June 2009 quote quote all
Hey guys, I currently own a Mk1 Focus, im looking at getting a Mk2 (pre-facelift), however my parents had a rented Mk2 for a week whilst on holiday and they said it was not as spacious or practical inside as my Mk1. I was just after any info from people who have had expirence with both of these, i.e. front space, rear leg room and boot size? is there much difference between the two?

Phil1958

60 posts

67 months

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Thursday 18th June 2009 quote quote all
the mk 2 focus is a much larger car than mk1 the only think that is less is the rear roof line it slops back more in the mk2 reducing the head room in the back over the mk1
i did have mk1 focus rs and now have the mk2
hope this helps phil

Chris_w666

22,654 posts

87 months

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Friday 19th June 2009 quote quote all
MK2 feels more solid and grown up. Not as fun to drive due to extra weight and more grip but still a very good car. Some have more boot space than others though as a full size spare seems to raise the boot floor where one with space savers have a deeper boot.

rsstman

1,918 posts

75 months

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Tuesday 23rd June 2009 quote quote all
where on holiday did they drive this focus? if it was america then i would say it is because they get a far inferior spec focus with awful interior plastics amongst other things, a friend just got back from there and said they are shocking compare dto the uk cars, apparently they are built in mexico.

also cars in different countries often have different suspension setups due to varying types of roads.

plfrench

1,123 posts

156 months

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Wednesday 1st July 2009 quote quote all
I've had both for about 90k miles in each. Mk1 definitely the more fun to throw around. The mk2 is more refined and grown up. Bullet proof reliability on the mk1 - the only non-service item was the gear lever centering spring going by the time it hit 107k. The mk2 was great too apart from the 1.6TDCi engine which was made of chocolate...but I blame that on the french biggrin
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