Mazda FORD Telstar Specs

1993 Mazda FORD Telstar

1993 Mazda FORD Telstar
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FORD Telstar Troubleshooting
Petrol smell during a drive and when i stop
1995, when i drive i smell a petrol and when i
stop also is smelling and i used too much petr...
Gear box problem
1998, The Ford Telstar 1998 has an extra button
at the side of the Gearbox handle which is cal...
Engine no stabil
1994, I have some troubles with my car Ford
telstar 94,when I turn on the air conditioner
the ...

Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity:2000 cm3
Transmission Gearbox - Number of speeds:Automatic
Fuel Type:Diesel
Drive wheels - Traction - Drivetrain:FF
Price (out of date):$3500

1993 Mazda FORD Telstar specs, Engine size 2.0, Fuel type Diesel, Drive wheels FF, Transmission Gearbox Automatic

The Ford Telstar was an automobile sold by the Ford Motor Company in Asia, Australasia and Africa, comparable in size to the European Ford Sierra and the American Ford Tempo. It has been progressively replaced by the Ford Mondeo.

Like the smaller Ford Laser, the Telstar was in fact, based on a model produced by Mazda in Japan. It shared its platform with the Mazda Capella/ 626, the differences being confined to some styling, engine sizes, and specification. The first model (also known as the AR) was launched in 1983, replacing the Ford Cortina. Unlike the Cortina, or its Sierra successor, the Telstar was usually only available as a sedan or hatchback (known as the TX5). However, after 1988, a Telstar version of the 626 wagon was sold in Japan and New Zealand.

In Australia, the Telstar filled the gap in Ford Australia's product line-up, left by the Cortina in 1981. The original incarnation of the Telstar (the AR) was released in 1983 and was based on the first front-wheel drive Mazda 626 vehicle.

There was only one engine on offer – a 70kW (94hp) 2.0 L carburetor. The car boasted many distinctive features, such as push-button adjustable suspension (which it shared with its 626 sister car), and a digital instrument cluster (which it did not), and was Wheels magazine’s Car of the Year for 1983.

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