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How much did a Ford Edsel weigh?

Ford Edsel Weight
The weight of the Ford Edsel varied depending on the specific model and year of production. However, a general range for the weight of the Ford Edsel is between 3,500 to 4,000 pounds. The specific weight can vary based on factors such as the model, engine type, and additional features.
The Ford Edsel was a significant part of automotive history, and its weight reflected the design and engineering considerations of the time. If you have any more questions about the Ford Edsel or anything else, feel free to ask!

What is the rarest Edsel?

1960 Ranger convertible
A mint-condition Edsel convertible from any of its three model years may sell for over $100,000. The rarest Edsel by body style is the 1960 Ranger convertible, of which only 76 were built. Approximately 25 survive today. The rarest Edsel by model is the 1960 Ranger deluxe interior 4-door hardtop, model 57B.

Did Edsel ever make a truck?

As president of Ford motor company, Edsel Ford built thousands of pickups. Ford Motor Company never produced a pickup with the Edsel badge. Many of these cars were built by putting Edsel front ends on Ford Rancheros by individuals.

How much does a 1959 Edsel weigh?


First generation
Wheelbase 1958: 118.0 in (2,997 mm) 1959: 120.0 in (3,048 mm)
Length 213.2 in (5,415 mm) (car), 205.5 in (5,220 mm) (wagon)
Width 1958: 78.8 in (2,002 mm) 1959: 79.8 in (2,027 mm)
Curb weight 3,700–4,000 lb (1,678–1,814 kg)

What is the gas mileage on a 1959 Edsel?

Based on data from 3 vehicles, 180 fuel-ups and 29,360 miles of driving, the 1959 Edsel Ranger gets a combined Avg MPG of 13.02 with a 0.30 MPG margin of error. Below you can see a distribution of the fuel-ups with 15 outliers (7.69%) removed.

Why was the Edsel considered a bad car?

For whatever reasons, they struck out. They came out during a recession, their styling didn’t win over customers, the cars had been ‘overhyped’ and failed to meet expectations, pricing was too high, etc. Ford had wanted to find a niche nicer than Mercury and lower than Lincoln, but these cars didn’t quite hit the mark.

What killed the Edsel?

Whatever small chance of success the Edsel had when it debuted in 1958 was killed by an economic recession. To their credit, Ford executives realized how much of a failure they had on their hands, killing the Edsel brand at the end of 1959.

How much horsepower does a 1958 Edsel have?

Specifications: Engine: 410.1 cu in V-8, Single 4 bbl carburetor. Transmission: 3-speed cruise-o-matic push-button transmission. Power: 280 hp.

How much did a new Edsel cost?

The most costly Edsel had a price tag of over $4,000, or about $36,000 today, and overlapped with Ford’s own Mercury product line. The confused consumer couldn’t figure out whether the Edsel was a mid-market or luxury automobile. In the first year, 63,110 Edsels were sold in the United States, and only 4,935 in Canada.

Why did people hate the Edsel?

The Edsel’s design was meant to be revolutionary, but it ended up being one of its most significant downfalls. Its most notable feature, the “horse-collar” or “toilet seat” grille, became a point of mockery. The car’s styling was considered too ostentatious by some and downright unattractive by others.

How much is an Edsel worth today?

The average price of a Edsel is $28,434.

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