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DanGersFord

Focus St1, St2 And St3 Differences

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As I'm looking to buy the New Focus ST I was at a loss of information when it came to deciding between the ST1, ST2 or ST3 so after inquiring about it and aquiring the New Focus ST brochure I thought I would clear up any differences for anyone whos interested/looking at buying one.

ST1 features include:

Unique 18" ST alloy wheels

Unique ST design full bodykit

Unique ST rear spoiler

Dark smoke-tinted LED rear lights

Black finished roof rails (estate only)

Recaro sport front seats with fabric trim

Radio/CD with SYNC in-car connectivity, voice cobtrol system, DAB, AUX input and USB

Ford Power Starter Button

Unique ST leather gear knob

ST front door scuff plates

Torque Vectoring Control

Deflation Detection System

Thatcham Category 1 Alarm

ST2 Features, additional to ST1:

Recaro sports front seats with partial leather trim

Sony radio/CD with 4.2" display, SYNC in-car connectivity, Voice Control System, DAB, AUX input, USB

Dual-zone Electronic Automatic Temperature Control (DEATC)

Heated windscreen

Automatic headlights

Auto-dimming rear-view mirror with autowipers

Unique ST floor mats front and rear

ST3 features, additional to ST2

Bi-Xenon headlights with jetwash

Recaro heated front sports seats with full leather trim

Drivers and passengers 8-way power-adjustable seats

Recaro Sculpted 3-seater rear bench seat.

The car comes in Frozen White, Colorado Red, Panther Black, Spirit Blue and Tangerine Scream

Options Packs include:

Privacy Glass

Cruise Control with active speed limiter

Power Tilt/slide Sunroof

Driver Assistance Pack-Active City Stop, Blind Spot Information System and Lane Departure Warning (which includes Auto High Beam, Traffic sign recognition and Driver Alert)

City Pack- Rear parking distance sensors and electric/heated power foldable door mirrors

ST style pack- Rado-grey finished 18" alloys with red brake callipers (front and rear discs) and illuminated scuff plates

Sony DAB Radio/CD navigation system with rear view camera, 5" TFT Display, branded integration control panel, SYNC in-car connectivity and voice control system with USB/iPod connectivity port, external AUX connection for external music devices, 9 premium speakers, remote audio and MFD controls, SD memory card slot for data exchange; navigation on SD card

Hope the clears things up for people looking to buy all my information is direct from the Ford Focus ST brochure

And just incase anyones interested im going for the ST3 :) hoping to order it at the start of next month :D

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Concise and to the point - Exellent guide

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Cheers I've posted it because I spent ages looking online for the differences between the 3 variations and got mostly inacurate answers

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Hi there - new user on this site, so apologies if this has been answered already.

I have just taken delivery of 2015 ST3 having traded in 2013 ST2 and in addition to the obvious ones of sat nav, cruise control, rain sensitive wipers, auto dip rear view mirror, auto retractable door mirrors, I have noticed some very subtle other differences as follows;

darker coloured wheels

slightly larger rear spoiler

interior colour a shade darker than before

pedals are still alloy, but different design

and I also think the 'ride' is less harsh, but having only done 22 miles, I will have to check that one in a bit more detail!

there doesn't appear to be such a throaty rasp from the exhaust either

and the fuel tank is now 48 litres which I think is a bit bigger than before

and there is no little fuel funnel thing that you had to use if you were using a fuel can to put fuel in

....apart from that .......not much!!!!! B)

hope this helps

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