History of the 1995 Ford Aspire:
1995 Ford Aspire the Ford Aspire, a simple car. It’s been shown that I can usually find something valuable in most vehicles, but some make the job a bit harder. The Festival was Ford’s entry-level car in North America until it was replaced by the Aspire, which was made by Kia. Priced about $20 less than an Escort, they were a moderate hit, but you don’t see them much anymore. Most of the time, time didn’t treat them well, and the people who owned them even less so. This one was especially surprising because it had “survivor” written all over it until I realized it was pretty scary. But you’ll have to keep reading to find out more.
From 1994 to 1997, you could buy an Aspire with either three or five doors. Our example comes from the other time of the run, in 1995, and is a 3-door model. It’s a basic design because it doesn’t have a windshield wiper or headlights, but I’m sure the oh-so-1990s sports plaque package gave the sticker more value. Acceleration was probably hard at sea level and even harder at high altitude, but with that mpg, the 10-gallon tank would get you a good distance and not cost too much to fill up. Made in Korea is still written on the small sticker on the left side of the back of the firewall.
The 1995 Ford Aspire was a small car that Ford made. It was made to replace the Ford Festiva. It came out in 1994. Kia built the Aspire in Korea. It came in both three-door and five-door hatchback styles. It had a 1.3-liter four-cylinder engine and either a five-speed manual transmission or a four-speed automatic transmission.
For a small car, the Aspire was well-equipped. It had power windows, power cinches, and power glasses. A tachometer and a trip computer were also on it. The Aspire came in four different trim levels: Base, SE, SES, and GT.
Development of the vehicle condition:
The Aspire was a good and affordable subcompact car, but it was overshadowed by cars like the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla, which were more popular. 1995 FORD ASPIRE.,950 Miles from the Start Vin KNJLT06HXS6155590 Engine 4 Cyl,1.3 L Transmission Green on the outside and grey on the inside of an auto. Hatchback This Two-Owner Aspire comes from South Carolina to our New Jersey lot. It has an Automatic Transmission, Power Windows, a CD Player/AM/FM, and Air Conditioning. The car looks like it was made from scratch, and there is no rust anywhere on it. This beauty was given a full service. We offer LOW-COST DELIVERY to our guests.
Price amount of the car:
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The 1995 Ford Aspire is a great choice for anyone who wants a reliable car that doesn’t cost too much. It uses energy in a very efficient way and can be counted on. It also has a roomy interior and is easy to ride. But if you’re looking for a great car to buy, the 1995 Ford Aspire should be at the top of your list.