Is a Ford Ka the same as a Fiat 500?

Is a Ford Ka the same as a Fiat 500?

You see, underneath the skin, the Ka and 500 are essentially the same car. There are mechanical differences (which we will get to later), but both vehicles are built side-by-side at Fiat’s Tychy plant in Poland.

What will replace the Ford Ka?

The Ford Ka+ is an affordable city car that competes with a huge range of superminis, but particularly the Vauxhall Viva and Suzuki Celerio. It replaces the old three-door Ka and sits below the Fiesta in Ford’s lineup.

How fast does a Ford Ka go?


Power 68 bhp
Top Speed 99 mph
0-60 mph 13 secs
Torque 102 Nm, 75 ft-lb
CO2 Emissions 115 g/km

What car has replaced the Ford Ka?

Is the Ford Ka being discontinued?

The discontinuation of the car was confirmed by Ford Europe Product communications manager Finn Thomasen who stated the end of production is slated for September 2019. The discontinuation could mean that the Ford Ka+ is discounted to lure in buyers to get the remaining cars into customer’s hands.

How many 2013 Ford Ka cars are available on Auto Trader?

With 1,262 used 2013 Ford Ka cars available on Auto Trader, we have the largest range of cars for sale available across the UK.

What kind of car is a Ford Ka?

The Ford Ka is a small car manufactured by Ford Motor Company from 1996 to 2016 as a city car and from 2016 onwards as a subcompact car. It entered its second generation in 2008, produced by Fiat in Tychy, Poland. A third generation was introduced in 2016.

What is the fuel consumption of Ford Ka?

Ford Ka average fuel consumption is 49.9 MPG or 5.9 litres/100km and average CO2 output is 142.6 g/km based on 109 models.

When did the Ford Ka come out in New Zealand?

The Ka was also sold in New Zealand between 1999 and 2004, and was replaced by the newer Fiesta. The Ka was the best-selling car in its class in the United Kingdom for a number of years and commanded around a fifth of the city car market.