How many miles to the gallon does a Ford Ka do?

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How many miles to the gallon does a Ford Ka do?

Although it’s available in two power outputs, the 1.2-litre petrol engine fitted to the Ford Ka+ can only manage an unimpressive 48.7mpg, even in its lowest trim, with Active dropping its economy to 43.5mpg. The diesel is slightly more efficient, returning up to 56.5mpg, but it costs considerably more to buy.

How many miles to the gallon does a Ford Ka 1.2 do?

Select engine for more Real MPG information:

Engine Official MPG Real MPG %
1.2 55.4–57.7 mpg 81%
1.3 TDCi 68.9 mpg 83%

Is a Ford Ka cheap to run?

The Ka showed its age with relatively high running costs compared to the very latest class leaders. The 1.2-litre petrol engine meant the Ford Ka Mk2 was fairly economical and cheap to tax. Ford claimed 57.7mpg fuel economy, but again that trailed most competitors’ official figures.

Are Ford Ka reliable?

Ford Ka reliability It finished 19th out of 23 manufacturers in our Driver Power 2017 survey, ahead of rival brand Vauxhall (23rd position) and trailing second-place Skoda, which makes the Citigo. Despite this, the Ford Ka doesn’t have a reputation for going wrong and should be relatively cheap to fix if it does.

How big is a Ford Ka fuel tank?

35 litres

Fuel Capacity 35 litres
Width 1894mm
Height 1505mm
Turning Circle 9m

What Insurance Group is a ka?

What insurance group is my Ford Ka in? The Ford Ka sits in insurance groups 1-11.

How much is the road tax on a Ford Ka?


Annual Road Tax CO2 Emissions (g/km)
1.3 TDCi Zetec (Start Stop) 3d £20.00 109 (Band B)
1.2 Zetec (Start Stop) 3d £30.00 115 (Band C)
1.2 Zetec 3d £30.00 119 (Band C)
1.3 TDCi Zetec 3d £30.00 112 (Band C)

What Insurance Group is a Ford Ka Zetec?

Ford Ka insurance groups and tax bands

Model Insurance Group Tax Band
Ford Ka 1.2 Studio 3 C
Ford Ka 1.2 Zetec 3 C
Ford Ka 1.3 TDCi Titanium 4 B
Ford Ka2 1.2 Studio Connect 4 C

Why did Ford stop making the Ka?

Ford is killing Ka+ and Ka+ Active sales in the UK in order to concentrate on more profitable cars. A Ford spokesperson told Parkers that while the Ka+ sales in the UK are ‘adequate’, it’s not as profitable as some of the Blue Oval’s big hitters such as the Fiesta and Focus.

How fast does a Ford Ka go?

Ford claimed a 99mph top speed for the Ka petrol, too.

What’s the average fuel consumption of a Ford Ka?

Ford Ka average fuel consumption is 49.9 MPG or 5.9 litres/100km. and average CO2 output is 142.6 g/km. based on 109 models.

When did the Ford Ka Collection come out?

In 1999, following the success of the KA3, with it’s more contemporary features like Air conditioning, electric windows and alloy wheels, the KA Collection was launched. This was a more visually refined version of the KA3. Both models had the 1.3 engine identical to their KA predecessors.

What are the safety features of a Ford Ka?

For safety and security, all Ford Ka models are fitted with anti-lock brakes (ABS)*, driver’s airbag, side-impact door beams, anti-submarining front seats, as well as a Passive Anti-Theft System (PATS) immobiliser as standard.

When did the Ford Ka evil twin come out?

2003 saw the birth of the KAs ‘evil twin’. More commonly known as Sport KA. Uprated from the 1300 Endura and Duratec engines, the new 1600 injection was a breath of fresh air to the KA range. Combined with uprated suspension, massive 16″ alloys, flared wheel arches and a chunky rear spoiler, the Sport KA was what we’d all been waiting for.

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