The RS2 Package for the Focus RS Hatchback Adds Exciting Features at an Affordable Cost

What Comes With the Ford Focus RS2 Package?

What Comes With the Ford Focus RS2 Package?

When buying a new car, there are many choices you’ll have to consider. Once you’ve decided upon the make and model that’s right for you, you’ll have to choose the trim level and any packages you may want to add to your vehicle. When it comes to the Ford Focus RS hatchback, one of the more popular options is the RS2 Package. Let’s take a look at what comes with it.

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RS2 Package Specs and Features

rs logo on ford focus seatsSome car buyers are hesitant to add optional packages to their vehicle due to the cost. The reality, however, is that these packages rarely cost all that much. Sure, the MSRP may seem unappealing at first, but when broken down into your monthly payments, you’ll likely find that the package is more than affordable.

In the case of the RS2 Package, it has an MSRP of $2,785. For this price you can add quite a few exciting features, such as leather-trimmed RECARO Seats with Miko-Dinamica Inserts and RS logos.

You’ll also find a number of heated elements that include heated exterior mirrors, front seats and a steering wheel. For technology, the package adds voice-activated navigation with SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link, as well as an 8-way adjustable power driver’s seat to help you stay comfortable no matter what your driving preferences are. With all these premium level features in mind, it seems pretty clear that the RS2 Package is more than worth the slight additional cost.

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Now that you know what comes with the Ford Focus RS2 Package, let us know what other questions you have about the Ford Focus RS hatchback by contacting us at Sanders Ford. We would be more than happy to provide you with some answers and help you out with a test drive.

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