What are the most common problems with the 2010 Ford Focus?

What are the most common problems with the 2010 Ford Focus?

Top 2010 Ford Focus Problems

  • Broken motor mounts. 122 people have reported this.
  • Check Engine Light and Hesitation or Stumbling While Driving. 75 people have reported this.
  • Warped Front Brake Rotors Can Cause Steering Wheel Shimmy. 58 people have reported this.

How many miles can a 2010 Ford Focus last?

It is possible for the Ford Focus to last up to 250,000 miles, according to customer reports. The average Ford Focus gets 13 to 16 years of service life if it drives 15,000 miles per year.

How Good Is Ford Focus 2010?

The 2010 Ford Focus is easily one of the best cars I’ve ever owned. Currently the Focus has 257k miles. Early in its life it needed a heater core, the motor mounts have needed replaced and typical routine maintenance. The heated leather seats have held up well over the years.

Are 2010 Fords reliable?

The 2010 Ford F-150 reliability is good, but there are some transmission problems as it ages. There are more problems with the 2010 through 2015 models, the best years are 2009 and earlier, with fewer complaints. Four engine choices are available and all are V8s.

Is 2010 Ford Focus a bad car?

The 2010 Ford Focus impressed reviewers with its nimble handling and good fuel economy, and its good safety score helps make it a strong choice among small used cars.

Are there any recalls on 2010 Ford Focus?

2010 Ford Focus Recalls There have been no safety recalls issued from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Is the 2010 Ford Focus Fast?

In the Ford Focus 2010 coupe, Autoblog reviewers find that “the 143-hp 2.0L engine is not nearly enough to make anyone feel fast,” and ConsumerGuide reports that the Ford Focus “has just adequate power for highway merging or ascending long grades.” Cars.com adds that the Ford Focus sedan’s “engine isn’t peppy and doesn …

How many MPG does a 2010 Ford Focus get?

Up to 24 city / 35 highway2010 Ford Focus / MPG