Tempo a practival car

January 19, 1992|By Chicago Tribune

Do you refuse to even turn the ignition key until assured the tissue box in the center console is full? Do you carry an umbrella daily, just in case?

If either of the above apply, you're a very practical person and a candidate for a 1992 Ford Tempo, the automaker's compact, front-wheel-drive hauler of people.

Tempo is a functional, practical machine that will transport you from here to there without frequent pit stops for refueling.

For 1992, Ford dipped into the fountain of youth and came up with a 3-liter, 135-horsepower, V-6 engine.

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