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Mazda-developed superminis, sold in Asia–Pacific region as entry-level Ford, slotting beneath Laser. These markets had not seen the Ford Fiesta, and, in most cases, Festiva was Ford’s first attempt at fielding a car in the supermini sector. First version launched as Festiva first at the Tokyo Show before it appeared as Mazda 121 or Kia Pride (Y), which it was called in its country of manufacture, Korea. A second-generation model, also developed by Mazda and called Kia Avella in Korea, appeared in 1994. The final Festiva was the Mini Wagon, based on the Mazda Demio. With Ford trying to globalize its dealings, the Festiva was eventually replaced by the Fiesta.



Marque: Ford | Successor: Ford Fiesta





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