Ford Erika Platform

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The Ford Erika platform, otherwise shortened to Erika, is the name given to the platform used by Ford for its small family cars in the early 1980s. It was first introduced in 1980 for the European Escort Mk 3, and also spawned the Ford CE14 platform which formed the basis of the first generation American Escorts.