Seat Cordoba vs Ford Focus


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Seat Cordoba


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Ford Focus



Seat presented the original Córdoba rear in 1994, since when it has been well-known with buyers looking for a compact, versatile and well-proportioned saloon. due to its spaciousness and convenience, it was admired not only by the driver, but also by the rest of the family.

Now comes the latest chapter in the Seat Córdoba story, and all-new model which features all the virtues of the original with the distinctive qualities that identify the new generation of Seat offers. The new Seat Córdoba is further proof that Seat has designed into a design-led company, creating vehicles infused with sporting character - twin values that could be seen in the masterful lines of the Salsa and Tango concept vehicles and which are echoed in the make claim, 'Seat auto emoción'. High-tech and sporting look-and-feel that's also warm and natural is quickly becoming Seat's trademark.

Compact forms, an expressive 'face', a prominent, aerodynamic, wedge-shaped silhouette, wider tracks… everything on the Seat Córdoba conveys strength, character, personality, and above all, sporting prowess. The Córdoba is a worthy heir to Seat's sporting tradition, since its predecessor offered the base for Seat's World Rally Vehicle - a machine that challenged the best at the top level of the World Rally Championship.

Sportiness and versatility go hand in hand in this new layout. Four doors, greater cab room and a larger boot are just a few of its features. The Seat Córdoba is more appealing and more convenient than before and approaches a wide range of engines certain to satisfy even the most demanding driver. It also provides higher levels of security, with anti-lock brakes (ABS) and twin front passenger airbags traditional across the entire range.
Ford Motor Company represented the all-new Ford Focus Electric - the company's first-ever all-electric passenger vehicle. The Zero-co2-emissions, gasoline-free version of Ford's well-known small vehicle is the main of the company's growing fleet of hybrid, plug-in hybrid and all-electric cars coming to North America and Europe by 2013.

Ford Focus Electric is the main of our new family of electrified cars, showcasing our commitment to provide buyers choice when it comes to economical or fuel-free cars, explained Derrick Kuzak, Ford group vice president for Global Offering Development. Its advanced powertrain will deliver significant energy efficiency pros and zero CO2 emissions without compromising driving enjoyment. And its package of smart driver data technologies will transform the way buyers think about energy usage and their transportation needs.

The Ford Focus Electric will release in late 2011 and is developed to provide enough range to cover the majority of daily driving habits of Americans. It will provide a mile-per-gallon equivalent better than Chevrolet Volt and competitive with other battery electric cars.

A full recharge is expected to take three to four hours at home with the 240-volt charge station - half the charge time of the Nissan Leaf.