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Now that needs to happen, it might even have some WRX sedan fans turning their eyes to Ford.
unlikely though, the certification process is far too expensive. In NA the cars entire running gear would have to be certified 3 times, once for the hatch, once for the wagon and once for the sedan. Granted the wagone isn't sold here, but the sedan is, and now Ford has doubled its certification costs on two ultra low volume models (I know they're the same but .gov sees them as 2)
 

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Sedan is great but the wagon looks a bit oversized for my taste. Ultimately I prefer the hatch to any of these other variants.
 

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unlikely though, the certification process is far too expensive. In NA the cars entire running gear would have to be certified 3 times, once for the hatch, once for the wagon and once for the sedan. Granted the wagone isn't sold here, but the sedan is, and now Ford has doubled its certification costs on two ultra low volume models (I know they're the same but .gov sees them as 2)
"ultra low volume models" <-- that's an important statement, and I have a feeling they won't try to have variation in Focus RS models, instead to start it might be better to have just one.
 
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