Ford CE14 platform

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Ford CE14 platform
81-85 Ford Escort.jpg
Manufacturer Ford Motor Company
Production 1981–1994
Body and chassis
Class Compact (B/C) platform
Successor Ford CT120 platform
Ford CDW27 platform

The Ford CE14 platform was a front wheel drive automobile platform used by the Ford Motor Company for its compact cars during the 1980s and early 1990s. The CE14 platform was heavily derived from the platform of the European Ford Escort. A stretched variation of the CE14 appeared in 1984 for the mid-size Ford Tempo and Mercury Topaz.