Yes. Before leaving the Ford dealer at the end of March 2018, I had done clutch replacements in several 2017 Focus vehicles. My friend, who is also a former co-worker at the same dealership, told that he was starting to see 2017 models show up more frequently with complaints of clutch shudder.Do the 2017s have issues? I’ve got my eye on the 2018 Titanium’s & am waiting to see where the prices are in early 2019, on the leftovers. I’ve always liked the newer body style & would consider one, although I also might just drive the heck out of my 2013 & see how it holds up, long-term.
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