Tag: Fiesta

Ford Fiesta MK2 (1983–1989)

The Fiesta Mark II appeared towards the end of summer 1983 with a revised front end and interior, and a bootlid mirroring the swage lines from the sides of the car.

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Ford Popular (1953–1962)

Ford Popular

The Ford Popular, often called the Ford Pop, is a car from Ford built in England between 1953 and 1962. When launched, it was Britain’s lowest priced car. The name Popular was also used by Ford to describe its 1930s

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Ford Sierra (1982–1993)

Ford Sierra

The Ford Sierra is a large family car that was built by Ford Europe from 1982 until 1993. It was designed by Uwe Bahnsen, Robert Lutz and Patrick le Quément. The code used during development was “Project Toni”. First unveiled

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Ford Fiesta MK1 (1976–1983)

Ford Fiesta MK1

The Ford Fiesta is a front-wheel-drive supermini/subcompact car manufactured and marketed by Ford Motor Company and built in Europe, the United States, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Venezuela, China, India, Thailand and South Africa. The current-generation Fiesta is marketed worldwide.By 2010, the

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Taunus TC2 and TC3

Taunus TC2 and TC3

Taunus TC2 (1976–1979) and TC3 (1979–1982/1994) As from the 1976 model year the Taunus and Cortina were almost identical, apart from regional variations (in terms of specification changes and trim levels). Internally, they were defined by the setting of the

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Ford Escort MK3 (1980–1986)

Ford Escort MK3

Codenamed “Erika”, the third generation Escort was launched in September 1980. The code name alluded to the leader of the product planning team, Erick A. Reickert. The North American Escort introduced at this time was a derivative. The two vehicles

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