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  1. Ford Granada Limousine (1972–1975) Produktionszeitraum: 1972–1977 Karosserieversionen: Limousine , Kombi , Coupé Motoren: Ottomotoren: 1,7–3,0 Liter (48–110 kW) Länge: 4572–4674 mm Breite: 1791 mm Höhe: 1389–1437 mm Radstand: 2769 mm Leergewicht: 1190–1430 kg Die Entwicklung dieser Limousine für den europäischen Markt begann bereits 1968. Nach Investitionen von 500 Millionen ...

  2. The Ford Granada Mk III was the last car to bear the Granada badge in the UK and Ireland, being replaced in 1994 with the pan-European Scorpio. The Scorpio shared its platform doors and roof with the Mk III Granada. The styling of the nose and tail sections were updated to match the ovoid designs being used across the Ford range in the 1990s.

  3. The North American version of the Ford Granada is a range of sedans that was manufactured and marketed by Ford over two generations (1975–1982). Developed as the original successor for the Ford Maverick, the Granada shares its name with Ford of Europe's flagship sedan.

  4. › wiki › Ford_RangerFord Ranger - Wikipedia

    In 1971, Ford entered the compact truck segment as it marketed the second-generation Mazda B series under the Ford Courier nameplate; the Courier was sold worldwide. For 1983, the Ranger replaced the Courier in North America, but Ford continued to source the Courier from Mazda for global markets into the 1990s, following the development of the B-Series model line.

  5. › wiki › Ford_MondeoFord Mondeo - Wikipedia

    The Ford Mondeo is a large family car manufactured by Ford since 1993. ... Mondeos are proving more popular than the Sierra and Mk III Granada. In Argentina, ...

  6. › wiki › 1949_Ford1949 Ford - Wikipedia

    The 1949 Ford is a line of cars produced by Ford from the 1949 to 1951 model years. The successor to the prewar 1941 Ford, the model line was the first full-size Ford designed after World War II, becoming the first Ford car line released after the deaths of Edsel Ford and Henry Ford.

  7. For the 1955 model year the Fairlane name replaced the Crestline as Ford's premier full-sized offering. Six different body styles were offered, including the Crown Victoria Skyliner with a tinted, transparent plastic roof, the regular Crown Victoria coupe with much stainless steel trim, a convertible Sunliner, the Victoria hardtop coupe, and traditional sedans.

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