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'''Ford Granada. 1972–7 (prod. 850,000 approx. incl. Consul). 2- and 4-door saloon, 2-door coupé, 5-door estate. F/R, 1699 cm³ (V4 OHV), 1993 cm³ (I4 OHC), 1998, 2293, 2496, 2550, 2792, 2993 cm³ (V6 OHV).''' Excellent executive range developed by Ford of Germany, sister car to [[Ford Consul (1972–5)]]. Double wishbones for front suspension, coil-sprung independent rear-end. Considered equal to or better than more expensive [[Mercedes-Benz]] models. Fastback coupé originally had coke-bottle styling; this changed in 1974 to a flatter waistline. Consul range absorbed in 1975. South African dealers sold after-market converted V8 with 4942 cm³ (the Windsor 302) block.
 
'''Ford Granada. 1972–7 (prod. 850,000 approx. incl. Consul). 2- and 4-door saloon, 2-door coupé, 5-door estate. F/R, 1699 cm³ (V4 OHV), 1993 cm³ (I4 OHC), 1998, 2293, 2496, 2550, 2792, 2993 cm³ (V6 OHV).''' Excellent executive range developed by Ford of Germany, sister car to [[Ford Consul (1972–5)]]. Double wishbones for front suspension, coil-sprung independent rear-end. Considered equal to or better than more expensive [[Mercedes-Benz]] models. Fastback coupé originally had coke-bottle styling; this changed in 1974 to a flatter waistline. Consul range absorbed in 1975. South African dealers sold after-market converted V8 with 4942 cm³ (the Windsor 302) block.

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Ford Granada. 1972–7 (prod. 850,000 approx. incl. Consul). 2- and 4-door saloon, 2-door coupé, 5-door estate. F/R, 1699 cm³ (V4 OHV), 1993 cm³ (I4 OHC), 1998, 2293, 2496, 2550, 2792, 2993 cm³ (V6 OHV). Excellent executive range developed by Ford of Germany, sister car to Ford Consul (1972–5). Double wishbones for front suspension, coil-sprung independent rear-end. Considered equal to or better than more expensive Mercedes-Benz models. Fastback coupé originally had coke-bottle styling; this changed in 1974 to a flatter waistline. Consul range absorbed in 1975. South African dealers sold after-market converted V8 with 4942 cm³ (the Windsor 302) block.


Manufacturing locations: Köln, Germany; Essex, England

Marque: Ford | Model: Ford Granada | Predecessors: Ford 17M, 20M, 26M, Ford Zodiac Mk IV, Ford Executive, Ford Consul (1972–5) | Successor: Ford Granada Mk II





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