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Ford Courier Drag Truck
check out this 572 2000 hp 1978 ford courier pro mod pickup on the 1/8 mile at barona drag strip as he makes a complete pass. In 1977 the Courier was redesigned, and a host of new options was available. The truck was available with front disc brakes, as well as a Ford built 2.3 liter engine option (which was the same as that of the Ford Pinto and Mustang II). The key identifying feature of the Courier from Mazda's B-Series was still the singular headlights, although with park and indicator lights placed inset starting in '78 ('77s still had the turn signal lights in the bumper). In 1979 the base model engine was increased in size to 2.0 liters (120.1 CID). The optional Ford 2.3 L (~140 cu in) engine was produced in Brazil. The Courier was never available with a diesel engine in the US. However, the 1980 Mazda B2200 was available with the S2, a Perkins-built 4.135 (4 cylinder, 135 CID) 2.2 liter diesel engine, producing 66 hp (49 kW) at 2,100 rpm. This same diesel engine was available in the 1983 and 1984 Ford Ranger, however it was replaced by the Mitsubishi 4D55T 2.3 liter turbo Diesel (also used in Mitsubishi's own Mighty
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Ford -- Toureno Courier 2013 Geneva 2013
Ford is bringing its 2013 Tourneo lineup to the Geneva Motor Show which starts today. The Tourneo Courier five-seat will be launched in spring next year and uses the Fiesta / B-MAX platform, measuring 4.16 meters long, with the possibility of opting for a four-seat configuration in Turkey. The model has chrome accents on the upper and lower grilles, along with a two-tone look for the alloys. On the inside it has chrome detailing, part-leather seats, leather-trimmed upper instrument panel along with contrasting red highlights. Ford has fitted the vehicle with 60/40 split folding rear seats and twin side sliding doors for easy access. It will be sold with an array gasoline and diesel engines with optional stop/start system. The 1.0-liter EcoBoost with 100 HP (73 kW) is available, along with 1.5-liter and 1.6-liter Duratorq TDCi diesels outputting 75 HP (55 kW) and 95 HP (70 kW), respectively. The Tourneo Connect has five-seat layout and is 4.42 meters long, while the Grand Tourneo Connect is a seven-seater version measuring 4.82 meters long and with a 400mm longer wheelbase. Both will be sold with the aforementioned 1.6-liter diesel offered with 75 HP, 95 HP and 115 HP (84 kW). Also available is the 1.0-liter EcoBoost with 100 HP and a 1.6-liter EcoBoost mated to a 6-speed automatic gearbox. The all-new Ford Tourneo Custom can have an eight- or nine-seat configuration, with the possibility of folding the two rear seating rows. It will be available in two lengths: 4.97 meters and 5.34 meters. Both of them feature twin sliding side doors and a wide-opening tailgate. Under the hood there can be a 2.2-liter Duratorq TDCi with 100 HP, 125 HP (100 kW) and 155 HP (114 kW) linked to a 6-speed manual with stop/start as standard.