Ford Aspire Model Overview
Ford Aspire Cars
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What Is The Average Mile Life?
My baby is at 1500000 its good minus no radio no ac. Check engine light won't go away and airbag light but heater is awesome and I just want.to know how much life she has to go.
What Is The Specific Part Number Of A Transmission Motor Mount?
I desperately need a motor mount for my '97 Aspire, and up to this point I have managed to purchase two of the wrong mounts. Can anyone tell me what the exact part number is of the rear transmission ...
Domelight Replaced With Neon Light Problem...
I recently bought a neon light that plugs into the cigarette lighter, but instead, I cut off the plug from the light and put male-end wire paddles on each exposed wire. I then took the dome light off ...
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About the Ford Aspire
The Ford Aspire was an interesting, if perhaps misguided, attempt by the folks at Ford to capitalize on the subcompact craze that gripped the rest of the world, especially Europe and Asia, in the 1990s. The Aspire never made much of an inroad in North America, though, so the life of the model line was short-lived.
Designed by Mazda, the Aspire replaced the Festiva as Ford's entry-level minicompact offering. The Ford Festiva had not managed to capture much market share in a climate dominated by big SUVs and ever-expanding sedans; the Aspire brought some solid engineering and a shapely, if basic, look to the table.
Still, in a market where bigger was better and power was all, this little car and its 4-cylinder, 63-horsepower engine just didn't catch drivers' imaginations. It's kind of a shame, too: where the Aspire really shone was in fuel efficiency, with an EPA estimated mileage per gallon of 29 city, 34 highway. Perhaps the Aspire was just ahead of its time?