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VIN number 1FAHP35NX8W157621: 2008 FORD Focus

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Factory designationFocus
Body ClassSedan/Saloon
Engine Cylinders4
Destination MarketCanada
Displacement CC2000.0
Displacement CI207
Displacement L2.0
Drive TypeFWD/Front Wheel Drive
Engine ModelFord
Engine KW98.4324
Fuel Type PrimaryGasoline
Steering LocationLeft Hand Drive (LHD)
Transmission StyleAutomatic
Brake System TypeHydraulic
AirBag Loc Curtain1st Row (Driver & Passenger)
Seat Rows2
Valve Train DesignDual Overhead Cam (DOHC)
Transmission Speeds6
Engine ConfigurationIn-Line
AirBag Loc Front1st Row (Driver & Passenger)
Engine HP132
Seat Belts AllManual
A BSStandard
NCSA Body Type4-door sedan, hardtop
NCSA MakeFord
NCSA ModelFocus
E SCStandard
Traction ControlStandard
Rear Visibility SystemStandard
AirBag Loc Side1st & 2nd Rows
Wheel Base Short104.3
NoteGVWR: 8,5001 - 9,000lbs
Wheel Size Front16
Wheel Size Rear16
Other Restraint System Infomanual seat belt at all designated seating positions
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It's incredible how much people's lives are like their cars. Some have an experience without additional functions, which only goes, and even then not very quickly, sometimes stalls and often needs to fix; this life is inferior, low-power, without any protection in the event of an accident. But for others, life has a lot of bells and whistles: it equipped with money, love, beauty, friends, success, just like their cars equipped with airbags, anti-lock braking system, leather seats, power steering, air conditioning and an engine with sixteen valves.
Life for my father is a bit of an expensive antique car. Since another can not replace this machine, and it is quite costly, you must keep it in perfect order and good running. Once a year you take part in an exhibition of ancient equipment. And your car should have a fresh little paint, nowhere a speck of dust, not the slightest malfunction in the engine, everything is lubricated, the nuts tightened, the tanks filled. Everything seized, everything paid for - that is my daddy's motto. And if a bird crashes on the windshield, brush it away quickly so as not to interfere with the view.