What is the worst car Ford has ever built?
Almost twelfthFor 0 years, Ford has rolled out a bunch of proud American engines. Are from Original Mustang and GT40 to Thunderbird in 1955 and Focus ST is cool, Blue Oval has had a number of wins over the years. But not everything to roll off its production line was successful.
So, looking back at 119 years of automotive history, what stands out as the worst car Ford has ever built?
Despite a long list of great companies to choose from, the company has also made mistakes over the years. So whether it Ford Festiva is bland or slightly Ford Pinto is easy to explodeWe’d love to know your picks for the worst car to come out of Ford’s manufacturing facilities in the United States and abroad.
Maybe you offended the simplicity of the first generation Ford Fiesta. Premiered in 1976, for the first time The Fiesta is small and cute, but not powerful enough. It lacked the appeal of other hatchbacks coming out in Europe at the time, like the Renault R5 or the MK1 VW Polo.
And sure enough, while the Fiesta may finally be available in the US, there are plenty of options to choose from that have been designed for the US market. What about day 11-Thunderbird generation?
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Reviving an iconic car is always difficult and Thunderbird shows how things can go wrong. It looks a bit like someone was trying to describe the original to a designer over the phone. The exterior is odd, the interior is rather rough, and the car doesn’t handle anywhere near as well as it should.
But with 119 years of car manufacturing to choose from, would you choose the worst Ford car of all time? Go to the comments section below and let us know your pick. We’ll round up some of the worst criminals in a slide show on Monday.