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Ford Mondeo Estate 1993‑1996

4.9 (4 reviews)
4 reviews for Ford Mondeo Estate 1993‑1996
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Ford Mondeo

BikerPHM | 13th August '15

Even at 19 year old this car performs well. Starts well despite a fading battery, drives well, holding the road admirably and returns 35 to 40mpg. There is hardly any rust on it and certainly nothing serious and everything still works on it including the front heated windscreen which could save my life. Everyone must have driven off in a hurryafter having scraped the ice off the windscreen only to have the windows mist over within 100m - not in this car. Brilliant

A bit noisy under hard acceleration but which car doesn't.

5/5

Practicality

5.0/5

Reliability

5.0/5

Running cost

5.0/5

How it drives

5.0/5
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great car for age

Ford Mondeo

eddieF | 21st January '11

best car iv ever had for space for my camping gear and family. it has never ever let me down. i bought this car of ebay and its been well worth the money i paid for it.

5/5

Practicality

5.0/5

Reliability

5.0/5

Running cost

5.0/5

How it drives

5.0/5
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GREAT CAR FOR FAMILIIES AND DRIVERS

Ford Mondeo

chrisA | 13th January '11

If you're short of cash, but need a large, powerfull family estate car, you can't go far wrong with a 2.0 petrol Ford Mondeo Estate. When I was looking to replace my beloved Citroen XM Estate 5 years ago, I didn't want something 'run of the mill'. But I noticed that Mondeo Estates were plentifull in the used car ads. I found a great, low mileage model on the Autotrader website. My wife attends 5 farmers markets every month as we are honey producers - the Mondeo swallows all the stall and the heavy stock with ease. In the summer, we go camping to Cornwall or France - the Mondeo again consumes all the gear,including the kitchen sink , 2 kids and the dog, bikes on the roof bars...!! It is pretty quiet and comfortable for a long journey . I replaced it a couple of years ago with another one - less than 30k miles, 8 years old, only £1995. If you keep them well maintained , they seem very reliable. If you drive them economically, you can get well over 30 miles to the gallon. I'm very pleased with my 2 Mondeo Estates - great cars!

4.8/5

Practicality

5.0/5

Reliability

5.0/5

Running cost

4.0/5

How it drives

5.0/5
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Worth the wait!

Ford Mondeo

carolej | 13th January '11

I waited a long time before getting my Mondeo estate, and can honestly say it was worth the wait.

With two large dogs it has plenty of space for them, easy to get them in and out.

It's old and has plenty of miles on the clock, but it has never failed during the bad weather, and is a dream even on icy roads due to having traction control, something I will be looking for when I need to change cars.

A little heavy on petrol and with fuel costs the way they are, that's a little disconcerting, but it isn't out of the way.

Handles really well, I have never had a moment when I thought, oops no that isn't happening!

Comfortable and easy to drive, I spent a lot of time doing 700 mile round trips, only one stop either way, and got out of the car feeling fine.

Would definitely recommend this car to anyone wanting something roomy, comfortable and a pleasure to drive! The pros far outweigh the running cost.

4.8/5

Practicality

5.0/5

Reliability

5.0/5

Running cost

4.0/5

How it drives

5.0/5
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