Originally Posted by craigsfocus
I don't think they were trying either. They didn't even have the N/A Focus on their "Wanted Test Vehicles" List. I think they could've done good with a N/A Focus tune as far as making money goes.
Yeah, there are a lot of focuses out there, even if only a small percentage want a tune it would be more volume than a lot of other cars. Also if they had a better MPG tune a lot more people would get it.