Used Car of the Day: 2014 Ford Focus ST

Tim Healey
by Tim Healey

used car of the day 2014 ford focus st

Today's used car of the day is a 2014 Ford Focus ST that asks $14,500 and is based in Oregon.

The car is on its second owner and has a clean title. The seller says it has never been in an accident, though a body panel was replaced after a minor incident with a mailbox. So, too, was a mirror.

There are 71,000 miles on the clock.

Mods are plenty and include a cold air intake, LED headlamps, JBL subwoofer and amp, and a custom-wired radar detector.

If cheap hatchback speed is your thing, click to check it out.

[Images: Seller]

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  • Tassos Tassos on Jul 18, 2023

    I reiterate what others said here, this worthless model was GARBAGE from new.

    THIS worthless specimen is TEN YEARS OLD AND HAS 71000 miles.

    By what LAUGHABLE stretch of imagination does its delusional owner ask for... $14,500????????

    You can get a 10 year old MAGNIFICENT 7 or, even better, an S CLASS, for that kind of devalued, idiot Joe Biden dollars.

    SO, surprise surprise.

    TiM did it again! He found the LOUSIEST< PRICIEST, WORST Deal foe the prospective buyer.

    WHY, TIM????


  • EBFlex EBFlex on Jul 19, 2023

    “You can get a 10 year old MAGNIFICENT 7 or, even better, an S CLASS, for that kind of devalued, idiot Joe Biden dollars.”

    Thats a lot of money for an unreliable lawn ornament. I’d take the Ford over some POS Mercedes.

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