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Ok, I may say I am more confident about Focus and winters in Québec. [grinking]
 

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Us canuks laugh at that wussy brit - we would have worn the shorts and flip flops in the cold room too ;-)

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cool!

ill be coming to Canada in November. Hopefully Montreal will be snow free then
 

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Us canuks laugh at that wussy brit - we would have worn the shorts and flip flops in the cold room too ;-)

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We would take a Winter holiday to the cold room for some nicer weather! [cheers]

I sure hope the Focus actually does well in the Winter. Sometimes I wonder if the screens in the center cluster and MFT are going to hold up to extreme cold.
 

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The real test will be in 2 months though. [doorpeek]
 

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That's cool and warm.
I'm surprised that they haven't done any performance tests, dyno graphs etc etc to release to the public. Strange but true.
 

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That's cool and warm.
I'm surprised that they haven't done any performance tests, dyno graphs etc etc to release to the public. Strange but true.
All dyno graphs for the Euro engines can be found here
http://all-newfordfocus.fordmedia.eu/documents/specifications/AllNewFordFocus-Specifications_EU.pdf

Sorry the 2.0L GDI graph is not listed. But check out the long legs the 1.6L EcoBoost 150hp and 182hp have. Brutal that
Ford has not given North Americans this engine in the Focus yet.
 

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But check out the long legs the 1.6L EcoBoost 150hp and 182hp have. Brutal that Ford has not given North Americans this engine in the Focus yet.
And they wonder why so many people aren't buying Fords...
 
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