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1987 Ford Sierra Sedan 2.0i (101 Hp) Automatic

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Key specs

Ford Sierra Sedan 1987, 1988, 1989

What is the body type, Ford Sierra Sedan?Sedan, 4 Doors, 5 Seats
How much power, Ford Sierra Sedan 1987 2.0i (101 Hp) Automatic?101 Hp
What is the drivetrain, Ford Sierra Sedan Sedan 1987 2.0i (101 Hp) Automatic?Rear wheel drive. Internal Combustion engine. The Internal combustion engine (ICE) drives the rear wheels of the vehicle.
How long is this vehicle, 1987 Ford Sierra Sedan?4467 mm
175.87 in.
How wide is the vehicle, 1987 Ford Sierra Sedan?1698 mm
66.85 in.
How many gears, What type is the gearbox, 1987 Ford Sierra Sedan 2.0i (101 Hp) Automatic?4, automatic transmission

Ford Sierra Sedan 2.0i (101 Hp) Automatic 1987, 1988, 1989 Specs

General information
Model Sierra
Generation Sierra Sedan
Modification (Engine) 2.0i (101 Hp) Automatic
Start of production 1987 year
End of production 1989 year
Powertrain Architecture Internal Combustion engine
Body typeSedan
Seats 5
Doors 4
Performance specs
Fuel Type Petrol (Gasoline)
Engine specs
Power 101 Hp
Engine aspiration Naturally aspirated engine
Space, Volume and weights
Fuel tank capacity 60 l 15.85 US gal | 13.2 UK gal
Length 4467 mm 175.87 in.
Width 1698 mm 66.85 in.
Height 1407 mm 55.39 in.
Wheelbase 2608 mm 102.68 in.
Front track 1452 mm 57.17 in.
Rear (Back) track 1468 mm 57.8 in.
Minimum turning circle (turning diameter) 10 m 32.81 ft.
Drivetrain, brakes and suspension specs
Drivetrain Architecture The Internal combustion engine (ICE) drives the rear wheels of the vehicle.
Drive wheel Rear wheel drive
Number of Gears (automatic transmission) 4
Front brakesVentilated discs
Rear brakesDisc
Steering type Steering rack and pinion