Friday, June 17, 2011
2005 Ford BA Fairlane G220 MkII
Ford BA Fairlane G220 MkII is the Fairlane series that Ford inroduced in the 2005. The Ford BA Fairlane G220 MkII power range is six- and eight-cylinder Ghias, though there was a limited-edition Millennium Ghia in December 1999. It’s a powerful enough car at the time.
The Ford BA Fairlane G220 MkII (denoting its 220 kW power output) took the place of the Sportsman, and featured the larger engine only to capture younger buyers. The traditional automatic gearbox was replaced by a sequential automatic. The 5 litre gave way to the larger 5.4L, already used in the US.
The G220 The 2005 Ford BA Fairlane G220 MkII shared the code with the Falcon for the first time, had Lincoln Town Car styling cues, especially around the C-pillar. Yes, the Ford BA Fairlane G220 MkII were closer to the Falcon in looks, even sharing the tail lights. Here you can take a look at the Ford BA Fairlane G220 MkII pictures.
The Ford BA Fairlane G220 MkII also featured some improvements, and another limited edition was offered: the 75th Anniversary Ghia in October at the same year, with the same engine choices as before. Today, Ford Fairlane is still an exciting car to have.