Introduced for 1988, this diminutive Korean-built front-drive hatchback weighs just over 1700 pounds. Three trim levels were offered: L, L Plus, and LX.The Festiva's 1.3-liter 4-cylinder engine switched from carburetion to fuel injection in 1989-90. For '90, a 5-speed manual transmission was standard and a 3-speed automatic optional. Festivas got a fresh grille and taillamps for 1990, and motorized front shoulder belts replaced manual belts. Rear shoulder belts became standard.
Year to Year Changes
1991 Ford Festiva: A streamlined lineup retained the Festiva L but deleted the L Plus and LX models, combining them into a new GL trim level.
1992 Ford Festiva: Power steering disappeared as an option after '91, so all subsequent Festivas have manual steering. The fancier GL gained aluminum wheels and an available Sport Option package.
1993 Ford Festiva: Unchanged for their final season, Festivas left the Ford lineup after 1993, replaced by a Ford Aspire.
Supposedly only about 300 of these cars were ever made. This one is #73
Engine - 1.3L GL (MPFI)
Transmission - Automatic
1500 motor (stock)
93 integra seats (changed seat bases, removed head rests, reupholstered)
Drag DR20 Wheels 15X7
Nitto Tires 195/50/15
- Automatic Seatbelts
- Rear Window Defroster
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