Ford CE14 platform

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Ford CE14 platform
Ford Escort front 20080205.jpg
Manufacturer Ford Motor Company
Production 1990-2004
Body and chassis
Class Compact (B/C) platform
Successor Ford C170 platform

The Ford CE14 platform was a front wheel drive automobile platform used by the Ford Motor Company as the platform for the fifth-generation and sixth-generation European Ford Escort models.[1] The Ford CE14 based Escort was replaced by the first-generation Ford Focus which was built on the then new Ford C170 platform.[2]


  • 1990–1997 Ford Escort (Mark V)
  • 1997–2004 Ford Escort (Mark VI)


  1. ^ Robson, Graham (2008). Rally Giants: Ford Escort RS Cosworth & World Rally Car. Poundbury, Dorset: Veloce Publishing. ISBN 978-1845841812. 
  2. ^ Miller, Ben (1 May 2016). "The CAR inquisition: an interview with Ford product development boss Raj Nair, CAR+ June 2016". Car. London. Retrieved 2 November 2017.