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1997 Ford Laser 1.6 For Sale In Johannesburg
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  • Hasbro Motors
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Used Ford Laser For Sale

Ford Laser Cars For Sale

The Ford Laser car is a subcompact four-door sedan; in South Africa best known as a hatchback, released in the 1980s with two facelifts until the end of manufacturing in the mid-1990s.

The angular second generation was a favourite compact family car, but perhaps the Laser proved its metal with the third generation face-lift hatchback option. Curves similar to other Ford models of this era like the Sierra, the Laser was a popular first car and student car. The smooth curves, understated grille with square headlines, double side-stripe detail and triangular back, side windows all added to the well-known shape. The update KE models had minor changes to the design, more to keep it a relevant design style, than changing design language.

Once again Ford durable and dependability combined with hardy interior finishes, great driver visibility and above all affordability offered a utilitarian vehicle with a great brand. Ford fans loved it, for obvious reasons. Not built to be a V6 monster but rather a quick and nippy city car, the cabin is very spacious even in the back seat with the sloping roofline to accommodate the hatchback. The cargo space is adequate, even for a hatch. The back seats can fold down in a 50:50 configuration to add loading space.

The used Ford Laser car for sale was the successor of the Ford Escort, with updated exterior design. Alloy wheels, contrasting side-stripes and more colour options combined with a new look backlight setting with a red tailgate updated the look. The used Ford Laser car for sale was manufactured until 1995 when the new Escort was reintroduced. The pre owned Ford Laser was manufactured in the late 1980s and early 1990s by SAMCOR together with Mazda. This resulted in Mazda engines fitted into the 1,6litre EFi model, a 16-valve engine that packed little more punch at 109kW. All the engine combinations were available in a variety of automatic or manual transmission with only the EFi as an automatic 4-speed gearbox.

The average recorded combined fuel consumption for an engine in good condition is about 11.1litre per 100km. These Fords are relatively affordable to maintain and is still a good first car if you are not too fashion conscious and tech-accessory driven.