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2015 Ford Focus
Problems & Complaints
CarComplaints.com Notes: The 2015 Ford Focus & its "Powershift" transmission has a defect trend where the car shudders when accelerating, especially when starting uphill.
Most owners have reported their Ford Focus remains driveable while the vehicle is still at low mileage, but the shuddering is annoying & unpleasant & may reduce the resale value of the vehicle.
However, owners of higher-mileage vehicles from earlier 3rd generation Focus model years report transmission failure & a host of other major & expensive transmission-related problems. Potential buyers beware.
Worst 2015 Ford Focus Problems by Category
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- transmission problems49
- clutch problems9NHTSA complaints: 2
- interior accessories problems6NHTSA complaints: 1
- engine problems4NHTSA complaints: 25
- steering problems4NHTSA complaints: 19
- electrical problems3NHTSA complaints: 16
- fuel system problems3NHTSA complaints: 9
- body / paint problems2NHTSA complaints: 6
- windows / windshield problems2NHTSA complaints: 1
- AC / heater problems1
- brakes problems1NHTSA complaints: 6
- lights problems1
- drivetrain problemsNHTSA: 99
- miscellaneous problemsNHTSA: 22
- seat belts / air bags problemsNHTSA: 10
- exterior accessories problemsNHTSA: 7
- wheels / hubs problemsNHTSA: 5
- suspension problemsNHTSA: 2
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