Flanking La Collection Focus during the the 2004 Mondial de l'Automobile in Paris will be fresh products from Ford’s other car lines.Exciting Fiesta ST Previewed
The new Ford Fiesta ST, an exciting new arrival to Ford’s stable of affordable performance cars, appears at Paris prior to its introduction at the end of 2004.Affordable New Fiesta Sport
The Fiesta range gains another sporting derivative with the announcement of the new Fiesta Zetec S, baby brother to Fiesta ST. Engines available at launch, late 2004 include: 1.6L Duratec, (100PS) and the new 1.6 litre TDCi, (90PS) turbo-diesel.New 1.6 Litre TDCi Engine Comes To Fiesta And Fusion
A new 16-valve intercooled and turbocharged diesel power unit will be added to the Ford Fiesta and Ford Fusion models this autumn. The new 1.6-litre TDCi (90PS) gives Fiesta an entrant into what is a fast expanding small car diesel class.More Mondeo Choice With New Engines And Titanium Series
Designed to enhance Ford's penetration at the premium end of the segment, Mondeo's new 2.2-litre 155PS Duratorq TDCi engine boasts the highest power and torque outputs (360-400 Nm) for a four-cylinder diesel in its class. Petrol engine choice is also extended with a new 204PS version of Ford's Duratec V6 engine.More Powerful Transit Diesels
Two new engines and a new, slick-shifting, six-speed gearbox are now available on the Transit range, including the new, range topping 137PS, 2.4-litre Duratorq TDCi engine. The most powerful Transit diesel engine ever. Also new is a 2.4-litre Duratorq TDdi engine (115PS)
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