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philg

wow

FORD MONDEO 2.2 TDCi Titanium X Sport 5dr Auto (Review date: 11th April '14)

4.5

The handling of this mondeo is second to none and it has the power when required it may be a little bit thirsty when heavy footed but well worth the enjoyment. The boot space is enormous two golf bags and two trolleys no problem, even a ML350 struggles to match this boot. The satnav is very good and easy to use. The rear view camera is terrific but always wipe the lens before using in a morning for clarity.

Practicality

4 / 5

Reliability

5 / 5

Running cost

4 / 5

How it drives

5 / 5
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cheeziegrin

"Henry" Mondeo Number 3

FORD MONDEO 2.0 Edge 5dr (Review date: 22nd February '14)

4.3

"Henry"...Every car must have a name! This is my third Mondeo, previously I had a 2001 2.0d 115bph LX which we ran for 5 years and 77000 miles from new. Upgraded to a 2006 2.0d 130bhp Titanium which we ran for THREE MONTHS! Sold my soul to BMW and ran a ###### for 4 years....Financial crisis hit hard and ran back to Ford with my tail ####### ## ####. And finally to Henry, our trusty 2008 2.0 Edge. Bought second hand with only 8000 miles on the clock and it is an absolute gem! A bit on the thirsty side, but aren't we all. Just drove a 63 plate Vauxhall Insignia for a weeks trip round Scotland covering hundreds of miles....boy I'm glad to be back behind the wheel with Henry.

To sum up, I've driven hundreds of thousands of miles in almost every mainstream make of car......Ford Mondeo? Simply the best!

Practicality

5 / 5

Reliability

5 / 5

Running cost

2 / 5

How it drives

5 / 5
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squinkbomb

Great motor way car but a bit of a lump around town

FORD MONDEO 1.8 TDCi Titanium 5dr [6] (Review date: 18th February '14)

4

I have just been out to look at my trip computer and the average fuel read 31.2, average speed 19 over 126 miles, 60% around town so I haven't got a clue how people are getting 50 MPG around town. My 1.8 Titanium has done 35k and fully ford serviced. I preferred my mk3 around town, it was more agile but it was a petrol engine. I do tend to put my foot down a bit because this car is hopeless at slow speeds around car parks etc. It did need a new exhaust at 4 years which surprised me. The tyre pressure sensors are prone to corrosion on the thread at about the 3 year point which you tend to discover while having a tyre changed at £50 each.

This is a great family car and I love it. There is so much space for my two kids, wife and dog and it is very comfy. I have had it 4.5 years and am happy to have it the same again which is a good job really because I can't afford to change it. I highly recommend taking your Mondeo to the dealer which I have found to be a similar price to independents.

I just had some time to kill so thought I would give you all my opinion. Thanks for reading. Squinkbomb

Practicality

4 / 5

Reliability

5 / 5

Running cost

3 / 5

How it drives

4 / 5
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bobcat

Mondeo as good as a 5 series BMW for less

FORD MONDEO 2.0 TDCi Zetec 5dr (Review date: 31st January '14)

5

I am a very experienced driver with over 1.000.000mls under my belt, I have class1 HGV and Full PCV Licences, I have owned my own coach company and driven HGV artics for many years, No points and no accidents in 54years of driving, I have owned some of the top marques i.e. Jaguar Roller E-Type and Porsche, and over 100 other cars, The reason I have mentioned all this is to point out that I really do have the expertise to be able to make the following remarks.

The latest Mondeo's are as good as any car on the market in the same price range, The older Mondeo's were a good family car, But from 2007 onwards as soon as you drive these cars you realise just how much they have improved, I worked at a Ford Main Dealers as Senior Salesman for some years and had the chance to drive some very exotic machines, Ford GT40 Winner at Le-Mans, Ford Super Van, Stewarts Racing Elf, And the East African Safari Winning BDA Escort to name but a few. So you can take my word for it the Mondeo is THE BEST FAMILY SALOON on the market.

The Mondeo I own is the 2ltr TDCI 140BHP 2009 model, I cannot think of anything wrong to say, it has half leather/cruise control/voice control/sticks to the road like glue/as comfortable as any car in it's class and all the toys you could wish for, Treat yourself take a test drive and then phone me on 01709-895724 and I will sell you mine with just 46,700 miles for just £6,750, Thank's for reading

Bob Ramsden (Bobcat)

Practicality

5 / 5

Reliability

5 / 5

Running cost

5 / 5

How it drives

5 / 5
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rob1954

Mondeo Magic

FORD MONDEO 2.0 TDCi Titanium X Sport [163] 5dr Powershift (Review date: 13th January '14)

4.8

It's the first Ford Mondeo I've owned in several years and I have to say this model of Mondeo is a delight to drive, I'm pleasantly surprised. It's both practical, seats 5 adults easily, comfortable and you feel safe driving the car in all conditions. The size of the interior cabin and vehicle in general was totally unexpected, I'm absolutely over the moon and pleased with most aspects of the car. It's used on a daily basis with my job, on both A-roads and motorways alike, very comfortable on long journey's. I choose a Powershift model due to the motorway miles I do and it's great to drive with the semi auto mode as the direct power it produces is good to have in certain situations. Servicing is every 12,500 miles, since February this year I've done nearly 29k. I was expecting more mpg from a diesel model, as I only average 36-39 miles per gallon on long journey's, a full tank will not do more than 550 miles.

Would I have another?? .... I'm changing job's soon, my new employer leases their cars, I have another Mondeo 2.0 Titanium X Sport Powershift on order......

Practicality

5 / 5

Reliability

5 / 5

Running cost

4 / 5

How it drives

5 / 5
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sonny5656

zetec business edition 1.6

FORD MONDEO 1.6 EcoBoost Zetec Business Edition 5dr [SS] (Review date: 26th November '13)

5

well if you read my previous report on the mondeo here is an update,

i bought another one this time i got the business edition ,why because its got parking sensors,folding mirrors, sat nav and to finish it off i got a sunroof with auto headlights and auto wipers, as i said in my previous review some of these should have been standard anyway.

this car is so much better than the ordinary zetec its worth paying the extra . i still kept the 1.6 petrol engine because i think its a great engine,

i will probably keep this car for a couple of years and then look at the new model. hope this review helps.

Practicality

5 / 5

Reliability

5 / 5

Running cost

5 / 5

How it drives

5 / 5
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cwh1234

Mondeo man should be proud

FORD MONDEO 2.2 TDCi Titanium 5dr Auto (Review date: 15th November '13)

4.8

I have never owned a Mondeo, but have had lots of cars including a few Fords. Stepping back into a Ford is so nice, the easy layout of the dials and screen. The soft touch materials everywhere with soft leather on the wheel to soft touch dash right down to the transmission.

I opened the door and the weight of it I knew it was built solid, then the hatch door is heavy and solid. Everything including the window switches seem solid and how far they have come on in the years I have been away. I can honestly say it is much better built than many other manufacturer's I have had recently. It is very comfortable and a pleasure to be in on short and long journeys. I do a mix of both and feel relaxed after each. The boot is massive and with the seats down gives a massive load space equal to many estate cars.

It has a large road presence and stance with lovely led lights front and rear and the looks they have got right being a really nice looking car.

From my own experience reliability on Ford has been exceptional, and any problems being a popular model parts and service costs are very reasonable and this facelift Mondeo has been very reliable.

The drive and handling is very very good for a car this size and you forget you are in a 'big' car. Around the b roads and roundabouts it handles as well as many in the class above. Shifting across to sport mode manual you can feel the torque of 200PS and 310lbft more on overboost and from 2nd gear on it really does shift. In 'd' mode it is one of the best smooth autos I have driven.

Mpg I am getting what I hoped for and never go below 30mpg in lots of town driving and have reached 45-50mpg on long runs. The 2.2 diesel engine is very quiet compared with 'premium' rivals.

2nd hand value for money there is nothing that touches it comparing like for like.

Lastly the voice control, convers+ , Sony DAB and BT bluetooth all easy to set up and and very easy to use controls all being done via the steering wheel.

To sum up I am very happy with this car, test drive one to feel the improved quality and drive. Don't be a badge snob and feel proud to be a 'Mondeo Man' and Ford owner there is a reason there are so many brought and on the road :))

Practicality

5 / 5

Reliability

5 / 5

Running cost

4 / 5

How it drives

5 / 5
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cwh1234

Mondeo man should be proud

FORD MONDEO 2.2 TDCi Titanium 5dr Auto (Review date: 10th November '13)

4.8

I have never owned a Mondeo, but have had lots of cars including a few Fords. Stepping back into a Ford is so nice, the easy layout of the dials and screen. The soft touch materials everywhere with soft leather on the wheel to soft touch dash right down to the transmission.

I opened the door and the weight of it I knew it was built solid, then the hatch door is heavy and solid. Everything including the window switches seem solid and how far they have come on in the years I have been away. I can honestly say it is much better built than many other manufacturer's I have had recently. It is very comfortable and a pleasure to be in on short and long journeys. I do a mix of both and feel relaxed after each. The boot is massive and with the seats down gives a massive load space equal to many estate cars.

It has a large road presence and stance with lovely led lights front and rear and the looks they have got right being a really nice looking car.

From my own experience reliability on Ford has been exceptional, and any problems being a popular model parts and service costs are very reasonable and this facelift Mondeo has been very reliable.

The drive and handling is very very good for a car this size and you forget you are in a 'big' car. Around the b roads and roundabouts it handles as well as many in the class above. Shifting across to sport mode manual you can feel the torque of 200PS and 310lbft more on overboost and from 2nd gear on it really does shift. In 'd' mode it is one of the best smooth autos I have driven.

Mpg I am getting what I hoped for and never go below 30mpg in lots of town driving and have reached 45-50mpg on long runs. The 2.2 diesel engine is very quiet compared with 'premium' rivals.

2nd hand value for money there is nothing that touches it with rivals being thousands more comparing like for like.

Lastly the voice control, convers+ , Sony DAB and BT bluetooth all easy to set up and and very easy to use controls all being done via the steering wheel.

To sum up I am very happy with this car, test drive one to feel the improved quality and drive. Don't be a badge snob and feel proud to be a 'Mondeo Man' and Ford owner there is a reason there are so many brought and on the road :))

Practicality

5 / 5

Reliability

5 / 5

Running cost

4 / 5

How it drives

5 / 5
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corking

Hei.

FORD MONDEO 1.8 TDCi Edge 5dr [6] (Review date: 25th October '13)

5

It is a great car! A long-life and does not need much repaired. sads car is great for work and also for long trips. It has been tried.

Practicality

5 / 5

Reliability

5 / 5

Running cost

5 / 5

How it drives

5 / 5
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st11kks

Mondeo Titanium X Sport 11 (61) 2.2 (200)

FORD MONDEO 2.2 TDCi Titanium X Sport 5dr (Review date: 1st July '13)

4.5

I have just sold this fab car,but having owned it from nearly new it has been a fantastic car to own I will give the points i think should be known if you are considering buying one.

Very Very fast will cruise but hates to go slow and because it drives sooo well you will bottle it well before the car does it is like it is on rails i have on occasion saw red mist and hammered this car and it took everything i threw at it and absolutely never missed a beat.The only time it got twitchy was in the wet which to be honest should you really be driving too fast in the wet in any car?This car has devoured BMW,s Audi,s etc and i mean devoured them the look on the faces of the drivers of these so called prestige marks was priceless and i have owned most of these and know they cant compete.Only thing to mention is the Turbo Lag/Torque limiter whatever you want to call it the car is difficult to get off the line quick due to this and you have to hit it bang on in the gears to get the car going but if you learn how to drive it right you will be rewarded have a really good test drive before you take it on....I personally would opt for the Auto box if i bought another one because i think it would still be very quick but a bit more refined but that is just my opinion.I have mentioned all of this stuff because if your not interested in this style of driving you would be opting for the 2.0 i personaly couldnt as if i saw one with the 2 exhausts at the lights id know i bought the wrong car..

MPG taken steadily 40-45 sometimes more if taken really steady

Hammered 25-32

Motorway 40-45 or exeeding limit 38

92 pounds to fill up just shy of 550 motorway driving 450 A roads at pace

Dont buy budget tyres !!

premium are over 240 each bear this in mind 12k they will need changed

This car is amazing fast well built and roomy loads of room massive boot all mod cons and not expensive to run really and it looks fantastic and is soooo comfortable and you have the option of the 163 2.0 which will i guess still be a fab car just not a lunatic like this one!!

Test drive first and do try the Auto box also.

Practicality

5 / 5

Reliability

5 / 5

Running cost

3 / 5

How it drives

5 / 5
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