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Used Ford Granada Cars for sale in the United States, Second Hand

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In 1972, the Granada replaced the Consul / Zephyr / Zodiac lineup. The car was presented in several types of bodies: a two- and four-door sedan, a four-door Granada Turnier station wagon and a two-door Granada Coupe with a lot of chrome parts. Cheap cars were called Consul until 1975.

Granada was simply gorgeous in comparison. In the Ghia package, a spacious interior was combined with no less refined filling: a V-shaped, six-cylinder engine with mechanical injection provided 160 hp; wood panels, electmechanical windows and seats, air conditioning, sunroof and power steering, chrome false radiator grille.

In the basic version, the designers did without any frills: a plastic interior, as a rule, a 2-liter inline engine.

The L trim offered power steering and cloth door trim. Optionally - a hatch for two positions.

GL featured: velor interior (doors, seats, ceiling), wood trim on the dashboard, tachometer, voltmeter, oil pressure gauge, control lamp unit, four individual lampshadeslights for each passenger, central locking, sunroof, all-metal bumpers, wide moldings with a shiny insert, tinted glass. Optional air conditioning (2.8), front electric windows, additional optics.

The first generation Granada was equipped with a 6-cylinder engine with a volume of 2.3 to 3.0 liters.

In 1975, the model underwent modernization. The range of engines, the radiator grill was updated and the shortcomings that appeared over the three years of production were eliminated.

The station wagon was equipped with a sunroof, power windows, and a steering gear.m with an amplifier. To the L and GL lineup, the so-called S model was added, which was a sporty performance to replace the Ford Consul GT, and had a stiffer suspension, aluminum wheel rims, a 3.0 L engine and a sports steering wheel.

The executive model Ford Granada Ghia, in 1975, was equipped with aluminum rims and a black front grille.

The car became widespread in Europe, often used as a taxi or police car.

Granada I was produced until 1977, when it was replaced by the second generation.this model. Mainly, the changes affected the appearance of the car. The new design featured rectangular shapes. But the filling has practically not changed.

Simultaneously with the 2-door and 4-door sedan, the Granada II Turnier station wagon was launched.

It so happened that due to the fashion for small cars, Granada II was not very popular. Its production was even discontinued for a short time, but in 1982 the car began to be produced again and has now appeared on the court of buyers after a small modernization. ModifiedI touched upon, first of all, the design of the body and interior. There are new bumpers, plastic mirrors in the corners of the windows, grooved rear optics and some other details. Also, since 1982, the production of a 2-door sedan has been discontinued.

1983 saw the introduction of a 5-speed gearbox and a new 2.5-liter 69hp diesel engine.

The Granada II was equipped with carburetor and injection 4- and 6-cylinder gasoline engines ranging from 1.6 to 2.8 hp. (from 74 to 160 HP), as well as diesel engines of 2.1 and 2.5 liters (63 and 69 HP).

Power units worked in pairswith mechanical or automatic transmission.

The lineup consisted of the following trim levels 2.0 L, 2.3 L, 2.1 DL, 2.8 L, 2.8i GL, 2.8i GLS and 2.8i Ghia.

However, technical progress took its toll and in 1985 the Granada was replaced by the Scorpio.

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