Interior

The front bucket seats provide enough room for most adults to fit comfortably, but the rear seat has limited headroom and knee room in both body styles. The rear seatback folds to expand the trunk in both the sedan, 12.8 cubic feet, and the coupe, 11.8 cubic feet.

The modern dashboard has easy-to-read gauges and controls conveniently grouped in the center in what Ford calls an “integrated control panel.” A cassette player is standard, and a premium sound system with a six-CD changer is optional.

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