Stefan Stojkovski

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About Stefan Stojkovski

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  • First Name
    Stefan
  • Ford Model
    Ford Focus IV St-Line 1.0 125hp
  • Ford Year
    2019
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Other/NonUK

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  1. This 2 links https://www.auto-data.net/en/ford-focus-iv-hatchback-1.0-ecoboost-125hp-32955 https://www.auto-data.net/en/ford-focus-iv-hatchback-1.0-ecoboost-100hp-32954 show that the 1.0 produces the same torque of 170 Nm for both 125 and 100 hp, but there is also difference of about 2 seconds for 0-100 kmph between the 2. I am presuming that 170 Nm is the maximum torque that the engine produces.
  2. Hi, I want to buy a ford focus st-line and I am considering the 1.0 125 hp ecoboost version vs. the 1.5 150 hp which is 1500 euro more expensive. I think that the difference in hp will not be felt very much in the city, only when overtaking on the highway (9.5 sec vs 8.8 sec to 100 km/h). What makes me hesitate tho is the reliability of the engine. Most people would say that the bigger engine would be more reliable and would last longer. What is your opinion, is the bigger engine worth the extra cost (considering that the extra kick from the hp is of little importance to me)? I would most probably do about 10 000 - 15 000 km per year, so how many total kilometers should i expect from the two versions? Thanks!