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i had one of these very fast cheap and easy enough to insure at a young age and verryyy fun to drive!!!
Engine: these are based on either a 1.6cvh or 1.8cvh 16v fast enough about 90bhp to 110bhp .they are FWD ,transmission: manual 5 speed
Speed and acceleration: top speed: 190.0 km/h (118.1 mph) 0-60 miles: 9.2 seconds
Exterior and interior they have recaro seats not the best looking ones u can get but there not bad, has a wee digital lcd clock iswell and vanity mirror . It featured a rear spoiler, spotlamps and the option of electric windows, remote tailgate release and central locking. 13inch alloys standard
there is loads them still about there cheap enough just got to look at alot there is alot of boy races been taking the ass out them thanks alot for reading my review
Introduced in September 1981 after a series of headline grabbing Fiesta Challenge races, ... more
the XR2 was created by Ford's Dunton-based 'Special Vehicle Engineering' who mated the 1600 'Kent' block used as standard in the USA (to counteract power-sapping Federal emissions legislation) to a Cortina 1600GT cylinder head. A Weber 32/34 DFTA carburettor on a larger manifold ensured impressive performance in a car that only weighed 800kgs. Lowered and stiffer suspension and 6x13 Wolfrace Sonic 'Pepperpot' alloys improved the stance and handling of the XR2 whilst Recaro seats added to the car's showroom appeal. The car modelled here is a 'Classic Ford' magazine feature car and is owned by an XR2 enthusiast.