Is The Ford Fiesta XR2 A Nice Looking Car?

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Asked by Jan 08, 2009 at 07:31 AM about the 1984 Ford Fiesta

Question type: General

My Friends Have Been Telling Me Not To Get A Ford Fiesta XR2 As Its An Ugly Car But I Totally Disagree...

What About You People?..What Do You Think?

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1,135

hows your eyesight? Its not a good looking or bad looking car... Its just kinda.... a car... looks pretty average to below average as most eco boxes do to me...

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Gotta say I'm with Alex on this one... That can is nothing but an econo box... and I'm a ford guy lol... Move up to an Escort... much nicer car.

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It's not amazing at all...but when u r a fan, it seems the perfect one for you...The amazing here is the engine.

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Na i say get one mate. Mk1 and Mk2 Fiesta's are the most sexy little car in my eyes. I have a 1100 Mk1 (1983)

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xr2 s are bleeding amazing, they are awesome, dont listen to the people with their crappy novas and corsas. Cheap, fun and still on the road. when did you last see a nova GSI or pug 205 GTI? exactly...

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This car is BUTT UGLY!!

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It may not have the looks or the appeal of a supercar, but unless you have actually driven an XR2 you cannot appreciate the level of cheap fun you can have. They handle like go-carts, and when you really try hard the standard carb is well up to the job, twin choke webber fitted as standard. The let down was the Ford CVH overhead cam engine, bit of a smoker, breather system was poor as were the valve stem seals but if kept up together the XR2 was reliable.

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