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Ford C170 platform

Ford C170 platform
Overview
Manufacturer Ford Motor Company
Production 1998–2013
Body and chassis
Class Compact (C) platform
Chronology
Predecessor Ford CT120 platform (Mazda BG platform) in N. America
Successor Ford C1 platform

The Ford C170 Platform is Ford's compact car automobile platform from the late 1990s used by the international Ford Focus through its first generation (succeeded by the Ford C1 platform in 2004 outside North America) and continued in use by the North American Ford Focus until 2011 and the Ford Transit Connect until 2013.


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