Ford Laser 1994 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Ford Laser 1994 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Used Ford Laser review: 1994-1996
The Laser was a shining light for Ford during the 20-plus years it was part of the blue oval’s family. The Mazda-based small car was popular, from the first model in 1981 right through to the last, ...Read More
Used Ford Laser review: 1990-1994
It’s hard to imagine looking at today’s sales figures, but there was a time when Ford had the top selling small car in the land. It was only a decade or so ago that the Laser was Australia’s most ...Read More
User Ford Laser Review: 1994-1996
The Mazda-based small car was popular from the first model in 1981 right through to the last, which was replaced by the Focus in 2002. The Lasers that preceded the KJ were pretty much rebadged Mazda ...Read More
Bugged by a flat spot
While the 1.6-litre engine isn't a ball of fire, and you're weighing it down further with the auto, it should still be perky enough so that it isn't frustrating. Have a mechanic check it over to make sure it is tuned correctly. And check fuel and air filters for any blockage that might rob your car of power. Also have the compression checked to make sure it hasn't lost some of its zip there. It's possible to modify the engine to get more power out of it, but the costs would be hard to justify on a 1994 Laser. If you can't find a cause, think about replacing it with a car that can deliver the performance you want.