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The 200 bhp tested: Review for Ford Transit Courier ST


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Not a good A team tribute to be honest

The paintwork seems to be something off here with Ford ST. It looks like an accident. In the earlier cases, there was this black and be a striped car going around with 100 bhp with its 1.5 litres turbo diesel engine, and it all did fit for the lands.

All of a sudden came the Ford Transit Courier St with a bright idea. This brilliant idea was to come up with another 1.5 Litres motor in the place of the smallest engine already present in the system . this was also turbocharged.

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But, it is not the diesel work you may think, but it is a marvellous 1.5 l three-cylinder work from the Ford Fiesta ST., and it seems like a car that you can buy in a budget.

· The run on the road is amazing
The car is speedy and severe about its speed, but the sound seems faster in the practical. The Ford Fiesta stated that they didn’t work on a Mountain Fiesta and so they gave the 197 Bhp / 214 lb-ft to the system instead of the 222 bhp and 250 lb-ft.

But as there is no such weight over the back wheels, the model is just riotous. Also, the new model is much louder than the previous one and is more outrageous than Fiesta ST.

· The rest is a bet played
The best part of the car may be confusion. The fit and the finish seems to be an experiment type thing with dishonest behaviours like the attitudes of Lamborghini Miura and VW Golf GTI.

The same transit gave us this time the 0 to 62 in six seconds, quite impressive from the last ones. The interior window design was not an impressive but tricky one, and the heater control looks like a plastic cut out of the left hand scissoring.

There’s this glue overspray over the dials, and the bucket seats are scorching. The old three modes still apply.
There’s no change in the grilles or any other such thing and is indeed a road-legal thing to drive.

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Furious Mad
Madhav Kumar is a student at BIT Sindri pursuing Electrical Engineering and has great interest in writing and research.

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