The basic driving position is spot-on, Focus offers good long-distance comfort because their front seats have adjustable lumbar support. There’s not much wind or road noise, either, so you can easily listen to the stereo without having to turn the volume up very high. Fords tend to be fun to drive, and the Focus is no exception; it feels eager to change direction and the steering is precise and well weighted. You’ll also be happy to know that the Ford Focus performs very well out on the road and delivers its power with grace and composure. It’s an excellent car to drive conservatively in the city, but it also has the ability to perform when required. The engine has some gusto and in-gear acceleration is excellent which makes overtaking easy and somewhat fun.