Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 23, 1974 · Page 15
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 15

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Monday, September 23, 1974
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•S&-A Granada 4-Door Sedan shown iwdi optional bodyside accent molding, WSW tires and deluxe bumper group. Introducing a new car designed to give you efficient use of space, fuel and money ford Granada: 1448 mpg city 18-26 mpg highway' Tlae design: Ford Granada is designed to help deal with such problems as crowded roads, increased fuel cosrs and maintenance. Granada is about two feet shorter and a half ton lighter than most standard-size cars. So you can expect excellent gas mileage. Yet there's family- size room inside. Granada was designed to be functional. IT has a generous glass area that doesn't slant or curve severely so visibility is good all around. Granada's high roofline provides excellent front and rear headroom. The squared-off tail houses a roomy luggage space that can hold eight assorted pieces of luggage. SIZE COMPARISON: -t J- <T^ /:?* '-• STANDARD-SIZE CAR - ; << r iV' --d^ x M 1-T7 7" tof GRANADA : ~r\' L/^ "- MERCEDES 280 The economics: A luxurious car today has to earn its keep. Granada doesn't back away from that fact. Its trim design helps reduce needless weight and excessive fuel consumption. It comes with gas-saving, steel- belted radial ply tires that deliver excellent tread wear. Granada's base engine is a 200 ClDf Six that's economical and easy to maintain. Along with the optional Six (250 CID) and Y-S's (302 and 351 CID), it's precisely balanced to resist the vibrations that can cause engine wear. All Granadas feature solid state ignition tor less scheduled maintenance than former systems. f20fl CID nor M-ailabL- in California. ABOUT TWO 4=EET SHORTER THAN MOST STANDARD-SIZE CARS*. Generous window -area provides About the same legroom up front excellent -visibility all around. \ as 'many standard-size cars.* •Headroom comparable to many standard-size cars* Trunk holds eight assorted pieces o? luggage. Very Jittte overhang. Weighs about a half-ton less •than many standard-size cars.* 'All comparisons fnaOa to 1S74 cars. 109.9-in. wheelbase allows roomy interior yet Granada turns in a tight circle for easy handling. 19.2 gallon fuel tank for good cruising range. *HOW MANY MILES PER GALLON Based on results of tests conducted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (as of S 9 74) using a dynamometer to simulate city and highway driving conditions, on this type of car equipped with a 250 IV engine and frequently purchased options. Your gas mileage will depend on the type of driving and driving habits, maintenance, road and weather conditions and how your car is equipped. For example, a larger engine or power-assisted options like air conditioning (in constant use) or power steering can •reduce your gas mileage somewhat. FORD GRANADA— WHAT YOU GET In addition to standard equipment noted at left, Granada comes with : Front disc brakes _ Individual reclining seats - Deep cut-pile nylon carpeting - Burled walnut tone instrument panel - Full wheel covers. And Granada Ghia offers even more standard features and appointments = 250 CID Six engine r Odense »rain vinyl roof and matching body- side molding : WSW steel-belted radials r Deluxe wheel covers - Remote control mirror - Deluxe sound and ride package _ Deluxe interior with super-soft vinyl seats - Map pockets - Assist straps = 22 oz. cut- pile carpeting - Deluxe door panels : Quart: crystal digital clock - Luxury steering wheel, and more.

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