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Called my dealer today. Specced it all up, should get confirmation from Ford/dealer next week :thumbsup:

This was my final spec.

Nitrous blue

Lux pack
Recaro Shell Front Seats
19" black forged alloys
Painted calipers
Sync2 nav system
Active City Stop

£33,190
 

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Yes or No ???

Model

RS

Body style

5 Door

Engine & Transmission

2.3 EcoBoost 350PS 6 Speed Manual

Colour

Nitrous Blue (Special Metallic Colour)
Additional £745

Trim

Standard RS Recaro seat - Blue Bolsters
Standard

Extras

Luxury pack
Additional £1,000

Painted brake callipers
Additional £100

Door Edge Protectors
Additional £85

Premium Ford SYNC2 DAB Navigation System
Additional £465

Active City Stop
Additional £200

Base Price

£28,940

Total added features

£2,595

Total Price

£31,535
 

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Phoned Gary @Think Ford and emailed him my configured RS

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£33,190*

Model:

Focus

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Engine:

2.3 EcoBoost 350PS 6 Speed Manual

Fuel:

Transmission:

Colour:

Nitrous Blue (Special Metallic Colour)

Trim:

Recaro shell front seats

vehicleExtras

Extras:

  • Luxury pack
  • 19" black forged alloy wheel 235/35 R19 Tyre
  • Painted brake callipers
  • Premium Ford SYNC2 DAB Navigation System
  • Active City Stop
 

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I'm the same, for £200 do I or don't I. If I don't I keep it under 33k
The question I ask myself is how long is it going to take in 'Fuel Savings' to pay for itself? £200 could be better spent at the pump! I know £200 spread over the duration of the finance agreement will hardly make a difference but still! :whistle:

* My mistake I was getting the active city stop mixed up with Stop/Start technology
 

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active city stop is a no brainer,worth every penny imo ,if you have ever nearly ran into the car in front because it stopped unexpectedly then thats all you need to spec it :nice:
 

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The question I ask myself is how long is it going to take in 'Fuel Savings' to pay for itself? £200 could be better spent at the pump! I know £200 spread over the duration of the finance agreement will hardly make a difference but still! :whistle:
I think you've confused Active City Stop with Auto Stop/Start. The former applies the brakes if it looks like you're going to run into the back if somebody. The latter is the fuel saving feature that you get as standard anyway.
 
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