2018 Ford Focus titanium
I have a 2003 Focus with 270,000 miles. I've had just regular maintenance things to replace with the exception of a new transmission. The car runs like new even after all of these years. Bought a 2018 Focus because Ford won't be making cars and who knows how long the 2003 will keep going. I'm hoping the 2018 lasts and gives me few problems like the old one. I've had an issue with the remote start...software upgrade fixed that. Touch keypad went out on it, but that was replaced under warranty. 2 minor issues in 2 years, but other than that, the car is great and as I have the Titanium trim, it's loaded with every single option, including park assist. Lots of options for the price which makes it a great value. These options are found in luxury cars at twice the price. So if you are in the market for a fully equipped car at a reasonable price, you can't do much better than a Focus and now that you can't buy one new anymore, the used market price for these cars makes it a much better value.