BBURAGO FORD FOCUS COMBI MK2

The Ford Focus Mk 2 is an automobile which was produced by Ford from 2005 to 2010. It was launched at the Paris Motor Show on September 25, 2004 as a three and five-door hatchback and an estate, although the new car was previewed, in 4-door saloon form, as the ‘Focus Concept’ developed by Ford Europe at the Beijing Motor Show in mid-2005.

The Mk 2, codenamed C307, uses the Ford C1 platform which is shared with the Volvo S40V50 and C70Mazda3 and Focus C-MAX. Ford calls this platform sharing programme “Global Shared Technologies”.

The basic suspension design, which contributed much to the Mk 1’s success, was carried over largely unchanged from its predecessor which, along with a 10% stiffer bodyshell, offers a better ride according to Ford. The same body styles as the Mk 1 Focus were offered, though the saloon did not appear until mid-2005.

The Focus Mk 2 is much larger and considerably heavier than its predecessor with a 25 mm (1 in) increase in wheelbase 168 mm (6.6 in) longer. It is 8 mm (0.3 in) taller and 138 mm (5.4 in) wider. As a result, the interior and boot space have increased. New technologies include a KeyFree system, a solar-reflect windshield, adaptive front lighting, Bluetooth hands-free phones and voice control for audio, telephone and climate control systems.

  • Scale: 1:43;
  • Year of manufacture: 2019;
  • Notice: GOOD;

Aleksandar Kozhuharov

I collect diecast models in scale 1:64 from 7-8 years of age. As I entered my teens, I began to restore old models and add them to my collection. Today in my collection there are both original models and many restored in scales 1:43, 1:60 and 1:64. This site is a digital catalog of a very small part of my collection as I have ambitions to introduce all my models in it.