If you are looking to buy a 2010 Ford Escort, you will be out of luck. This car has transformed a number of times over the years. It started off an Escort, and then transformed into the ZX2, and now the this car is known as the Ford Focus. It is the same basic idea of the Escort, except a few tweaks to the engine. The Safety Features in the 2010 Ford Escort (Focus) are of the
highest standards today, but we will focus on the three main improvements.
Now standard on every one of these vehicles is AdvanceTrac® Electronic Stability Control (ESC) with anti-lock brakes (ABS). This safety system constantly monitors all road conditions, and how the driver responds to these conditions. It adjusts the engine torque and implements the anti-lock brake system to help keep the tires planted on the road.
Another safety feature comes in the form of six standard air bags. Not only do you get dual-stage driver and front seat passenger air bags, but the 2010 model also comes with front seat-mounted side airbags as well as front and rear seat side curtain airbags.
Third, we have an all-new monitoring system. Tire pressure cannot only affect your safety, but also affects your ride comfort, and fuel economy. All of these cars come with a standard Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). This system alerts you when a tire is low, so you will never run on low tire pressure again. Keeping all four tires inflated to the specified range is very important for your safety on the road.