1989 Ford Fiesta

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1989 Ford Fiesta
1989 Ford Fiesta
1989 Ford Fiesta
1989 Ford Fiesta
1989 Ford Fiesta
1989 Ford Fiesta
1989 Ford Fiesta
1989 Ford Fiesta
1989 Ford Fiesta
1989 Ford Fiesta
1989 Ford Fiesta
1989 Ford Fiesta

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Starting Price: ~ $8,350

  Ending Price: ~ $14,130

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1989 Ford Fiesta is one of the successful releases of Ford. In the database of Carweeks, available 1 modification which released in 1989: Fiesta. The earliest available release of Ford Fiesta in our website is 1970.

Average buyers rating of Ford Fiesta for the model year 1989 is 4.5 out of 5.0 ( 2 votes).

At the release time, manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) for the basic version of 1989 Ford Fiesta is found to be ~ $8,350, while the most expensive one is ~ $14,130.

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