FORD Sierra Sedan

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FORD Sierra Sedan
FORD Sierra Sedan   1990 1993
1990 1993

It was the last stint for the mid-size, rear-wheel-drive sedan from Ford in Europe.
The end of a legendary vehicle that raised the Ford name in Europe: the Sierra.

Ford introduced the Sierra in 1982 as a three- and five-door hatchback and a station wagon. The sedan version appeared in 1987 after the entire lineup was refreshed. In 1990, Ford refreshed the lineup again and improved the car to keep-up with the rest of the mid-size segment competitors. At the same time, Ford introduced the 4x4 Cosworth version, which was raced in the World Rally Championship. It won only a race and took several podiums. But it was a great learning platform for Ford, which used the same drivetrain for the Escort Cosworth later on.

The 1990 Sierra sedan featured an aerodynamic bodywork with flush, horizontal headlights, curved and narrowed on the inside. It featured corner-mounted turn-signals with white lenses. Ford installed a small grille above the bumper and a larger one on the lower side to cool the engine.

Inside, there was enough room for four adult passengers. Its dashboard still resembled the early ’80s style, with a squared instrument cluster and a tilted toward the driver center stack. Depending on the trim level, the Sierra featured power windows, air-conditioning, and anti-lock brakes.

Ford installed a wide range of engines for the Sierra sedan, including a 1.8-liter turbodiesel. Other versions were the infamous slow 1.6-liter with a carburetor and a 2.0-liter with fuel injection that helped the car getting a better fuel-efficiency.

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