Here is all you need to know if you are in the market for Ford’s late-80s hot hatch sequel – the Escort RS Turbo S2 buying guide.
We’ve been running a series of polls to find out what our Facebook fans’ favourite fast Ford ever is! And today we announce the winner…
The last of the ‘sporty’ Escorts is currently a real bargain, so here’s what to look for.
Stunning road Cossie or mental track beast? Choose your weapon…
Hopefully by now you’ve seen the latest issue and read all about Reyland Motorsport’s main man, Martin Hadland’s story to break the illusive 200mph barrier. Now see him in action as he becomes a record breaker!
Stu reveals 13 of the most common problems for Escort RS Turbos.
Not as pokey as RS-badged Escorts, but with the right bits the late 16-valve Zetec models can mix with the best of ’em.
Swapping the T34 turbo for a T25 helped continue the Escort Cossie’s sales success, proving that good things do come in small packages.
After a two-year absence the RS badge returned with the RS1600i, and what a car to come back with.
Hitting the streets back in the ’90s, the 2wd RS2K is now fast becoming a blinding motor at a bargain price.
The S1 — a quality Ford that’s high on the wish list of any blue oval fan, but as ever there’s always room for improvement…
The facelifted cabrio was a hit from the off with car buyers loving its blend of sporty styling, eager performance and excellent reliability.
Bursting onto the scene in the ’80s, the XR3, and later ’3i, made history as the first fwd sporty ’scort and saw the birth of the XR legend.
With a head start in motorsport over two decades ago, the RS1600i deserves quality upgrades and careful mods, so make the most of this sought-after RS.