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Ford Corcel II
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Ford Corcel II. 1977–86 (prod. 434,418 sedan, plus 227,416 Belina). 2-door sedan, 3-door wagon. F/F, F/A, 1372, 1555 cm³ (I4 OHV), 1555 cm³ (I4 OHC). Restyled Corcel, with more modern lines and, as with North American Fords, more weight. Underpinnings were identical, which meant Renault 12 roots. Still light, however; a fast car, with competition history. Estate still called Belina, as with predecessor. Spun off Ford Pampa pick-up and Ford Del Rey sedan. CHT engine, a reworked version of the original 1·6, introduced 1984. Facelift in 1985 saw II tag removed, but the Corcel range was deleted in 1986. Four-wheel-drive Belina less than reliable.

Manufacturing location: São Paulo, Brazil

Marque: Ford | Model: Ford Corcel | Predecessor: Ford Corcel Mk I | Successor: Ford Del Rey


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