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Ford Aspire

The Aspire was an entry-level car sold by Ford Motor Company in the U.S. from 1994 to 1997. The body was made by Kia Motor Company of South Korea and the engine and components were made by Mazda Corporation of Japan. It was sold as the Kia Avella in Asia, and also as the Ford Festiva in Australasia. Gets about 30 MPG Avg. Good for Parallel parking and was the start of the Ford Focus.