Why did Ford stop making the Granada?
Ford subcontracted assembly to Hyundai Motor Company in South Korea for sales in that market, where it continued to be sold from October 1978 to 1986 when it gave way to the Hyundai Grandeur instead of smaller European Fords like the Sierra and Escort. Production ended in December 1985, after 4,743 had been built. via
What is a Ford Granada?
Ford Granada was a name used by the Ford Motor Company for two unrelated vehicles sold in different markets: Ford Granada (Europe), built and marketed in Europe from 1972 to 1994. Ford Granada (North America), built and marketed in North America from 1975 to 1982. via
What engine came in the Ford Granada?
First generation (1975–1980)
|Engine||200 cu in (3.3 L) I6 250 cu in (4.1 L) I6 302 cu in (4.9 L) V8 351 cu in (5.8 L) V8|
|Transmission||3-speed manual 3-speed Ford C4 automatic 4-speed manual|
|Wheelbase||109.9 in (2,791 mm)|
What was the difference between Ford Consul and Granada?
The Consuls were the entry-level models – and were powered by the same 1996cc V4 and 2495cc of 2994cc V6 range of engines as the more luxuriously equipped and expensive Granadas. But effectively, the difference between the two ranges was nothing more than badge-engineering. via
What was the Mercury version of the Ford Granada?
|Class||Compact near-luxury car|
|Body style||4-door sedan 2-door coupe|
|Related||Ford Granada (North America) Lincoln Versailles|
How long is a Ford Granada?
Specs for all generations of Ford Granada
|Ford Granada (GU)||1977 - 1985 Sedan Power: from 63 to 160 Hp Dimensions: 4630 x 1740 x 1380 mm|
|Ford Granada Turnier (GNU)||1977 - 1985 Station wagon (estate) Power: from 69 to 160 Hp Dimensions: 4630 x 1740 x 1380 mm|
|Ford Granada (GGTL,GGFL)||1972 - 1977 Sedan Power: from 69 to 137 Hp|
Who made the Granada car?
Ford Granada Mark I (1972–77)
The March 1972 released Granada succeeded the British Ford Zephyr, and the German P7-series as Ford's European executive car offering. At first, lower models in the range were called the Ford Consul, but from 1975 on they were all called Granadas. via
What is a Merkur Scorpio?
The Merkur Scorpio is an automobile that was marketed by the Lincoln-Mercury division of Ford through its Merkur sub-brand for the 1988 and 1989 model years. The second model line of Merkur, the Scorpio was a mid-size luxury car slotted above the Merkur XR4Ti. via
What year did the Ford Consul come out?
The Ford Consul Classic is a mid-sized car that was launched in May 1961 and built by Ford UK from 1961 to 1963. It was available in two or four door saloon form, in Standard or De Luxe versions, and with floor or column gearshift. via
When did the Ford Consul come out?
The Consul Classic was only made for two years (August 1961 - March 1963), before being replaced by the Consul Corsair. The Consul Capri was made from October 1961 until August 1964.
|1956 Ford Consul Mark II Saloon (204E)|
What is a zephyr car?
The Ford Zephyr is an executive car manufactured by Ford of Britain from 1950 until 1972. The Zephyr and its luxury variants, the Ford Zodiac and Ford Executive, were the largest passenger cars in the British Ford range from 1950 until their replacement by the Consul and Granada models in 1972. via
What engines are made at Ford Dagenham?
It currently oversees the production of the Ford 1.4L/1.6L Duratorq Tiger, Ford 1.5L Duratorq and Ford 1.8L Duratorq Lynx engines. This page shows information about the Ford Motor Company Dagenham Engine plant. via
What is Dagenham famous for?
Dagenham was chosen as a location for industrial activity and is perhaps most famous for being the location of the Ford Dagenham motor car plant where the Ford sewing machinists strike of 1968 took place. via
Is Ford factory still open?
Open Monday - Saturday
9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tours begin with a 15 – 20 minute bus ride from The Henry Ford to the Ford Rouge Factory Tour Visitor Center. via