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Ford fiesta Mark V (1999–2002): Minor facelift
By 1999 the Fiesta was starting to feel very outdated and accordingly a Focus-inspired restyle of the Mk IV was an attempt to address this problem, limited to a new face and trim revisions. A 1.6 L Zetec S model was made available as the sporty range topper. However, the Mk V was not on the market for long due to the imminent unveiling of the all-new Mk VI model, and was the last generation of Fiesta to be built at Dagenham in England. The internal Code name was still BE91.
This model formed the basis of the Ford Ikon (Code name B195), which was a four-door Saloon (saloon) designed for India, where Ford was now producing cars in a joint venture with Mahindra. The Ikon was also introduced in other developing countries, such as Brazil (where it is known as the Fiesta Sedan), South Africa, Mexico and China, where saloons (sedans) are preferred to hatchbacks. They are extremely reliable, and became one of Ford's successes.
Mark V specifications:
Capacity 1242–1596 cc (1753 cc diesel)
Power 59–101 hp
Max. speed 95–114 Mph
Acceleration 0–60 mp/h: 16.9–9.9 seconds
Fuel efficiency 38–62 mpg資料來源： my car knowledge