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1983 Ford Sierra 1.6L

1983 Ford Sierra 1.6L


Ford Sierra Tyres


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    Ford Sierra Recommended Tyres


  1. 195/65 VR 14 Michelin MXV3-A
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    195/65 VR 14 Michelin MXV3-A

    Starting at £178.80 £149.00

  2. 195/60 VR 14 Michelin MXV3-A
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    195/60 VR 14 Michelin MXV3-A

    Starting at £175.20 £146.00

  3. 195/55 VR 15 Michelin Pilot Exalto PE2
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    195/55 VR 15 Michelin Pilot Exalto PE2

    Starting at £156.00 £130.00

  4. 205/50YR15 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ P7 N4
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    205/50 VR 15 PIRELLI CINTURATO P7
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  5. Other Options for Ford Sierra Tyres


  6. 195/65 R14 Michelin MXV3-A
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    Set of 4 195/65 R14 Michelin MXV3-A

    Starting at £600.00 £500.00

  7. 195/65R14 Michelin MXV3-A
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    Set of 5 195/65R14 Michelin MXV3-A

    Starting at £720.00 £600.00

  8. 195/60 R14 Michelin MXV3-A
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    Set of 4 195/60 R14 Michelin MXV3-A

    Starting at £600.00 £500.00

  9. 195/60R14 Michelin MXV3-A
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    Set of 5 195/60R14 Michelin MXV3-A

    Starting at £720.00 £600.00

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History of the Ford Sierra

The Ford Sierra made its début at the British International Motor Show at the NEC in Birmingham in September 1982, and it was immediately followed by the Salon de l'Automobile in Paris on September 30, 1982. Sales began on October 15, 1982, with the Ford Taunus TC3 being replaced (UK: Ford Cortina Mark V). Many conservative buyers (particularly business car owners) were turned off by the Taunus' aerodynamic successor's look. This was also due to the Sierra not being available as a sedan, in contrast to the Taunus/Cortina. This vehicle, along with the facelifted Sierra, was debuted in 1987.

After being accustomed to the Taunus/sharp-edged, Cortina's straight-line three-box style, many people found the design blob-like and difficult to accept, and it was called "the jellymould." Regardless, the design had a purpose, producing a drag coefficient of just 0.34, a significant improvement over the boxy outgoing 0.45 Taunus/ Cortina's. This aerodynamic design, according to Ford, was crucial for reducing fuel consumption and was also used as mitigation for the V6 engines.


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