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Ford Festiva

Ford Festiva in Shock 'Em Dead, Movie, 1991 IMDB

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: KR — Made for: USA

Ford Festiva

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Alexander DE

2006-09-08 10:54

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Could be an old Suzuki Alto.

To be confirmed!

Raul1983 FI

2006-09-08 11:04

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Ford Festiva

valiant1962 AU

2006-09-08 11:56

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Would have been Fiesta in USA if it is a Ford, I think

Gag Halfrunt UK

2006-09-08 12:11

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valiant1962 wrote Would have been Fiesta in USA if it is a Ford, I think

It's a Mazda 121 or a Kia Pride or a Ford Festiva, but this model was never badged as a Fiesta.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Festiva

antp BE

2006-09-08 12:33

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Yes, Fiesta was another model, an European one, very briefly exported to USA.

G-MANN UK

2006-09-08 12:39

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It's very hard to imagine anyone in America wanting to buy this.

antp BE

2006-09-08 12:44

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On the other hand it may explain why they do not like compact cars if all what is available are rebadged Korean cars :D

BrentMosher420 US

2015-07-13 14:07

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antp wrote On the other hand it may explain why they do not like compact cars if all what is available are rebadged Korean cars :D

What's so bad about Korean cars? :??:

Lateef NO

2015-07-13 14:22

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You obviously never got to experience the first Korean junks hitting the shores of the US. Excel, Festiva and LeMans were all known to have severe build quality and reliability issues. Many got rid of them after six-eight years or so.

BrentMosher420 US

2015-07-14 05:48

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Lateef wrote You obviously never got to experience the first Korean junks hitting the shores of the US. Excel, Festiva and LeMans were all known to have severe build quality and reliability issues. Many got rid of them after six-eight years or so.

Wait, hold up. Here you critique 1980s Korean cars, yet " :love: " is your reaction to /vehicle_397612-Hyundai-Stellar-1984.html ? :??:

Lateef NO

2015-07-14 09:49

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I'm just stating the facts. Yes, the first Korean cars were terrible at most points, but I've always had a personal fondness for the looks of the Hyundai Stellar.

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