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At the beginning of the '90s, the Ford Thunderbird
had three different models: base, LX and SC (Super Coupe).
The SC, with the supercharged and intercooled
230-horsepower 3.8-liter V6 under the hood, gives you a choice of a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic gearbox. The SC also comes standard with and automatic-ride-control adjustable suspension.▼
longest-running nameplate of any Ford-brand product, the Thunderbird continued to dominate the midsize specialty segment of the automotive market. Available in LX and high-performance SC (Super Coupe) series, the '95 models see no sheetmetal changes and minimal mechanical differences compared to the '94s.
▲The SC, with the supercharged and intercooled 230-horsepower 3.8-liter V6 under the hood, gives you a choice of a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic gearbox. The SC also comes standard with and automatic-ride-control adjustable suspension.
Ford market research
indicates that a high percentage of Thunderbird customers are cellular phone users. So the factory has cooked up a special deal to combine Ford Electronic's hands-free cellular phone at an attractive price with its premium sound system. The option package is called the "cellular phone group."
A new standard feature this year
is speed-sensitive power steering that is available when you order the V8 or the supercharged V6. Some of the highlights on the option sheet include traction control, antilock brakes, leather seats, 16-in. wheels and tires, power moonroof, AM/FM/CD with premium sound and leather seats.
September 22, 1994:
*'''$17,400 '''(1995 Ford Thunderbird LX)
*'''$22,910 '''(1995 Ford Thunderbird Super Coupe)
*'''$17,485 '''(1996 Ford Thunderbird LX)
[[Category:Discontinued in 1997]]