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FORD MONDEO 2.0 EcoBoost Titanium X 5dr Powershift (Review date: 6th February '13)
My wife has a Ford Mondeo Titanium X auto with sports wheels reg in 2010. She has had the car now for two years and it is superb. The handling is brilliant it is as fast as a Porsche at a fraction of the cost, it has a sat nav system that is faultless, it took us from Cheshire to Nice without missing a single turn off and delivered us to the door of the house that we were staying at. I don't often get to drive the car as I have a company car but when I do drive it I am knocked out by its ability, I love it when some BM or Audi driver gets on my back bumper, I floor the accelerator and leave them in the distance thinking what the %$£"*&%^ was that? Don't hesitate in buying one tou will not regret it.
2012 Estate 20 Ltr Auto (Diesel)
FORD MONDEO 2.0 TDCi 140 Titanium X 5dr Powershift (Review date: 2nd September '12)
This car has replaced my 2006 Mondeo estate, which is now my wifes car, her Mk1 Mondeo estate has now gone to the banger market, this car had severed us very well.
The new car is bigger and the ride is firmer but it does handle better
Just compleated a Devon holiday with 5 people and luggage and it returned 42 MPG..
As you can see we have had Mondeo Estates in the family for 10 years, these cars have proved to be good reliable work horses, I hope the latest one follows on the good work.
the best ford ever
FORD MONDEO 1.8 TDCi Titanium X 5dr  (Review date: 24th February '12)
Ive owned this car for 6 months and cant as yet find a fault. I have just drove to Austria and back a total of 1600 miles with out a blip. it performed on the motor ways of europe and i arrived in austria 670miles later as though i had driven only a couple of hundred miles. The car is used daily for my plumbing buisiness and is roomy and spaciouse also delivering 42 miles to the gallon. I have owned 2 old model mondeo estates which were good and reliable cars but this just seams to be the best yet.
Superb driving experience - superb comfort / superb reliability
FORD MONDEO 2.2 TDCi Titanium X 5dr Auto (Review date: 21st January '12)
I have owned this Titanium X Estate Automatic for 2 years - it's a joy to drive with excellent fuel economy, so comfortable and with loads of space to accommodate my children, grandchildren and the family dog - not all at once as I have 4 children. I would recommend this car and manufacturer above the likes of BMW and Mercedes - just as good and much lower cost.
FORD MONDEO 2.0 Zetec 5dr (Review date: 20th January '12)
Great motor, plenty of space, comfortable, and a good engine. Looks great in the new Lunar Sky colour. Never owned a car that holds the road like my Mondeo. Corners like a dream.
The gearbox is a bit notchy, and I find I want to change up when in top gear, but soon picks up and away you go.
Really great motor for cruising the motorway, and is pretty economical for the size of the car.
I would certainly consider having another when time comes to replace it, and am quite excited at the release of a new one displayed at the Chicago motor show.
A great car with a few flaws...
FORD MONDEO 2.0 TDCi Titanium X Sport  5dr Powershift (Review date: 19th January '12)
Everything I expected in terms of performance, space, comfort, etc apart from fuel economy is disappointing. I had hoped for 48+ MPG and struggle to get 40, even when driven "gently".
Lovely to drive - Powershift is sooo smooth, and engine is punchy even from low revs - none of the usual kick in the back due to kickdown in a normal auto.
Car is big so good and bad points here - plenty of room for rear passengers, and in the back for luggage, but visibility & parking can be a chalelnge although front & rear parking sensors help.
One or two niggly problems at 12 mth sold, but sorted quickly under Ford Direct warranty.
It is far better than Ford cars I remember of old - which were a triumph of marketing over engineering (maybe 10 years ago)
Comfortable, well balanced cruiser.
FORD MONDEO 2.0 TDCi Titanium 5dr (Review date: 19th January '12)
Spacious and comfortable, the Mondeo is happy on the motorway or country lanes. I added the sports pack, which makes cornering a doddle, but the ride can be a bit stiffer with the 18" wheels.
On the motorway, you really have to be careful, as the speedo needle creeps up very easily and with the quiet cab and effortless power, it is easy to reach speeds which will gain you 3 points quickly!! Having mentioned the power, the car is not the quickest off the blocks and town driving can be a bit frustrating at times.
The spacious boot is really handy and I can get my bike in the back, meaning I don't have to fiddle about with a bike rack. The way the rear seats fold down to give you the rear space is a bit disappointing and Ford loose a bit of space with the way these are configuered.
My one real disappointment is the consumption. Around town and even on the motorway (at reasonable speeds) the mpg is around 36. I was hoping for more from a modern deisel engine. I'm sure that if I was tootling along, I could get more, but I prefer to enjoy my driving.
All in all, I'm pretty happy with the car.
A lot of car for the money.
FORD MONDEO 1.8 TDCi Titanium X 5dr  (Review date: 18th January '12)
A fantastic car to drive. Despite being a large estate car it still drives like a firm but forgiving sports hatchback. The 1.8 TDCI engine still has some power but can comfortably do 50mpg on the motorway.
It is fantastic for light towing. I tried towing a small race kart trailer with kart's and kit in with a friends Mitsubishi 4*4 and it struggled up the hills. Next time I used my Mondeo and it did not even bat an eyelid up the hill.
Also this car pack a lot of Gizmo's. Auto lights, swivel lights, auto wipers, keyless entry and button start full dual zone Climate Control, electric heated front seats. The list goes on.
Plus, for an estate car it quite a handsome chap.
Ford have got it right.
FORD MONDEO 2.0 TDCi 163 Titanium X 5dr (Review date: 1st November '11)
The previous two cars I had before the Mondeo were Focus's both were great drives. However I was looking for something bigger and wow have I found the car. Although being on the 'wide' side it drives superbly. Responsive acceleration, smooth gear change, corners very well. The ride on good roads is beyond reproach, does absorb alot of the bumps on the minor roads but could be improved upon. I had thought about a Passat or an Audi A4 and did deliberate long and hard. However you get alot more for your bucks with the Mondeo and I think it looks the 'biz'. In any case I note that my car was made in Germany, could that account for the build quality? I cannot rate my Mondeo too highly. i drive it on a daily basis both for pleasure and work, I find it totally dependable.
Ford Mondeo '08 TDCI 1.8 after 18 months ownership
FORD MONDEO 1.8 TDCi Edge 5dr (Review date: 31st October '11)
Bought high mileage '08 plate from main dealer, been used and abused.
Priced accordingly at the time as a trade purchase and it has proved to be reliable, just once going into limp mode which turned out to be a short-circuit wiring problem easily fixed.
Big estate with tons of room ideal for my needs, average app. 44 mpg from day one and has enough punch to feel confident overtaking.
Quite cheap to run for such a large car, two decent front tyres costing £114 fitted.
Have to find a larger gap when parking, no rear sensors.
Air-con has finally stopped working, never too good anyway taking ages to cool the car. Probably needs re-gassing, again a cheap fix.