Ford CDW27 platform

The Ford CDW27 platform was Ford's midsize car automobile platform from the mid 1990s. It was used in the Ford Mondeo, Ford Contour, Mercury Mystique, and Mercury Cougar. Descendants of this platform were used in the second generation European Mondeo CD162, the third generation European Mondeo CD132 and Jaguar X-Type. The successors to many of these cars use the new Ford CD3XX platform. ... from Wikipedia

Manufactured by Ford Motor Company

Class & Body style

  • Compact car
  • Automobile platform

Production periode

  • 1993–2006

Ford CDW27 platform tests and reviews from the web

Ford Contour - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:  In addition, Ford stopped selling Mercury vehicles in Mexico from 2000-2003. ... Reportedly US$6 billion was invested in the development of the CDW27 platform. ... read more
Ford Contour - Ford Wiki:  Reportedly US$6 billion was invested in the development of the CDW27 platform. ... [1] - ConsumerGuide.com Ford Contour 1995-2000 Prices & Review - (compares to Honda Accord) ... read more
Ford Contour - MyWikiBiz, Author Your Legacy:  Ford introduced the Contour to the North American market in late 1994 to replace ... reportedly US$6 billion was invested in the development of the CDW27 platform. ... read more
List of Ford platforms: Facts, Discussion Forum, and ...:  Falling weight deflectometer , a structural test on road and airport pavements... The Ford CDW27 platform was Ford's midsize car automobile platform from the mid 1990s. ... read more
2003 JAGUAR X-TYPE for sale in Texas | Austin Used Cars ...:  Side Crash Test Results. Front Side. Rear Side. Saftey Rating (1 to 5 stars, 5 being the ... of the Ford CD132 platform, a British version of the Ford CDW27 platform, which is the ... read more

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