Ok. So its a little long in the tooth.
It's a great hauler of all kinds of
things and a great arround town car
with great milage (and with the price
of gas that's a real plus!).
Hard to get this much wagon for so
by Tony L on Mar 1, 2002 Vehicle: 1991 Ford Escort
My "Little Red Wagon" astounds me on how durable and solid it is. I believe that due to this car being "part" Mazda, it performs and lasts much like a Japanese import. The one downfall is its engine (Ford built). It has always had trouble on long trips where it must sustain a consistant high rpm for a long time. I always get the "check engine" light and the engine bogs down. Around town, this car is reliable. Not many small cars, that I have driven, handle as well.
A notchback sedan is introduced as an LX-E trim-level; it offers four-wheel disc brakes, the GT engine, and GT interior touches. The Pony Comfort Group option makes air conditioning and power steering available on the base model.
Ford had a turbocharged, carbureted, 4-cylinder Mustang in the early 80s. They also sold turbocharged Escorts for a SHORT time in 83-84. The Mustang SVO, a very SWEET car, was a 2.3L Turbo with fuel...
Tomorrow I will be trading in my 1990 Toyota Tercel for a 1992 Ford Escort LXE. I love the LXE model because it is not a hatchback, but I am wondering if I am doing the right thing. My Tercel has be...