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2003 Ford Focus Adds 100,000 Mile/5 Year Powertrain Extended Service Plan

October 8, 2002

Ford says Fleet customers are taking another look at the Ford Focus for the 2003 model year. Ford Motor Company has launched a nationwide campaign to raise the profile of the Focus. According to Ford, Fleet customers already recognize how versatile Focus is, taking advantage of every body style offered. No other car offers a 3dr, 5dr, Sedan and Wagon bodystyle, claims Ford. The 2003 Ford Focus now comes with a no-charge, transferable 100,000-mile/5 year powertrain Extended Service Plan. Ford says renewed customer confidence in Focus is evident in the record setting sales for the month of September--over 25,000 Focus' sold.
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