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Ford Focus Hoods

The hood of your Ford Focus is an important aspect of your car. Although there are all sorts of options available, understanding more about what is available will make it easier for you to find what you need for your Focus sedan.

What are some of the available designs?

The hood plays a few different roles. The first is that it provides protection over the engine and all of the other components that keep the Focus running. The second is that it adds to the overall aesthetics. To achieve the look you want, explore the several designs available that will help your Ford Focus vehicle look better on the road.

  • Scoop
  • Extractor hood
  • Smooth panel
How is a hood installed on a Ford?

A hood is a panel that attaches to several other components through two hinges found on either side of the top of the car. These will bolt into the piece so that it can be opened and closed for maintenance. Once it is attached to the hinges, there is a stand that may also affix to the hood. In some instances, the stand is attached to the frame of the car and slides into a slot on the underside of the part. Be sure to follow the instructions for installation based on the year Focus that you have.

What materials are available for your Focus?

There are several materials available for your Ford Focus sedan. However, the weight of the material should be taken into consideration, especially if you are making modifications for speed. Options include the following:

  • Carbon fiber
  • Resin composite
  • Steel
  • Aluminum
  • Fiberglass
How do you get a Ford hood?

It's important to review a few details to ensure you get a part that will work well with your Ford Focus sedan. Consider the following:

  • Color: You can choose to get a piece that is already painted, or you can get one that can be painted after you buy it.
  • OEM or aftermarket: You can buy a part that was designed specifically for your Ford model or from an aftermarket manufacturer.
  • Design: Consider the design based on whether you have a turbocharger or other engine that is larger than what was originally in the Focus.
  • Model year and trim level: The Ford Focus design changes every so often, so it's important to review the specs of your vehicle to get the right part.