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Initially, the Escort was sold as a two-door saloon (with circular front headlights and rubber flooring on the "De Luxe" model).
They were well equipped, with the alloy wheels from the limited production RS 1600i, Recaro seats, and a limited slip differential.The Escort Cabriolet was initially available in both XR3i and Ghia specification, but the Ghia variant was later dropped.The Flight cost 10,380 and offered electric front windows, a three-speed fan and a cassette player.Car of the year.39 In Brazil there was also a more powerful version called the XR-3, only available to run on alcohol.This article is about the European Ford Escorts sold from 1968 to 2004.The on-board computer was not available in Brazil.The "One Six Double O" Sport was the best selling car in South Africa in 1980 at its retail price of R4995.00 2-door saloon (RS) 4-door saloon Van Estate Rallying edit See also: Ford Escort rally championship As with its predecessor, the Mark II had.The 150 PS (110 kW) RS2000 also appeared in the autumn of 1991 with a 16v version of the Sierra's.0 L engine and also improved ride and handling meaning that this version of the Escort finally delivered on the road.This resulted with the top of the line Escort XR3i being equipped with a VW.0 L engine generating 115 PS (85 kW).Bodyshells were, of course, heavily strengthened.L'Auto Journal (in French).The two entry level engines were revised the.3 L received the latest version of the Kent/Valencia family the Endura-E from the recently launched Mk IV Fiesta and Ka, whilst the.4L CVH was replaced by the updated CVH-PTE unit.Three or five-door hatchback bodywork was available, although Brazil later also received a two-door saloon known as the Ford Verona / Volkswagen Apollo.A minor update occurred in Spring 1989 where the Escort badge at the rear changed to look more modern as well as some minor trim revisions in order to maintain interest in the car until the MKV arrived the following year.This version had new front lights, bonnet, front wings, front and rear bumpers, wing mirrors, door handles and 4 different front radiator grilles (slats, honeycomb, circles and chrome).The same tuned.3 L engine was also used in a variation sold as the Escort Sport, that used the flared front wings from the AVO range of cars, but featured trim from the more basic models.Engines edit.3 L (1297 cc) HCS 60 PS (44 kW; 59 bhp).4 L CFi (1392 cc) CVH 71 PS (52 kW; 70 bhp).4 L EFi mariage mairie echange des alliances (1392 cc) CVH 75 PS (55 kW; 74 bhp).6 L G/H (1597 cc) CVH 90 PS (66 kW; 89 bhp).6 L EFi (1597 cc) CVH 105 PS (77 kW; 104 bhp).6 L EFi (1598 cc) Zetec 90 PS (66 kW; 89 bhp).8 L EFi.It was equipped with the Renault-based Ford CHT engine, of either 1341 of 1555 cc.L'univers Auto Plus, auto Plus magazine 2016, tous droits réservés.Intended to replace the Sierra Sapphire RS Cosworth (which finished production shortly afterwards) as Ford's stalwart rally challenger as well as a competitor to supercars with private buyers, it used the turbocharged.0 L Cosworth 16-valve engine, generated some 227 PS (167 kW) and was capable.
A Mark II rally car at a stage rally time control, displaying the extended wheel arches Ford Escort RS1800 driven at the Race Retro 2008 by Alan Watkins Ford Escort RS1800 with open bonnet Mark II Ford Escort RS2000 taking part in a road rally.
The XR3i was discontinued at the beginning of 1994.