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The Ford Sigma engine family is a sub-category of gasoline engines produced by Ford Motor for subcompact and compact compact car and utility vehicles, or more commonly known as CUVs. First introduced for the European market in 1995, the Sigma engines have been co-developed by Ford and Mazda, which explains why they power a variety of different vehicles between both brands. Typically of small displacement, ranging from 1.2 to 1.7 liters, the Ford Sigma engine family focuses on minimalism for optimal efficiency in a compact size.

This page shows information about the Ford Sigma family of engines.

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Ford Sigma Engine Family Pages