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2014-15 Ford Mondeo recalled for headlight fix: 579 vehicles affected

Ford has issued a recall for 579 of its Ford Mondeo vehicles built between 2014 and 2015 fitted with adaptive LED headlights over concerns they may switch off inadvertently. The Blue Oval reports that a software error within the Headlight Control Module (HCM) could cause the LED headlights to switch off...

Ford teases more concepts for SEMA 2016

Ford has revealed renderings and sketches of more concepts based on production models ahead of the 2016 SEMA show, with the latest crop including vehicles based on the Mustang, Fusion (Mondeo), F-150, F-250, and Transit. Like the Fiesta and Focus concepts previewed last week, these show cars feature numerous styling, performance and mechanical upgrades...

Weekend Deals on Wheels for September 17

It’s time for the latest instalment of Deals on Wheels, which this week looks at six factory-backed special offers for all you weekend shoppers. This isn’t a promotional campaign, just us trying to offer you some interesting suggestions if you’re in the market for some new wheels...

Ford could beat Uber to driverless taxi fleet with 2021 plan

No steering wheel, no accelerator, no brake pedal: this is Ford's plan for a driverless vehicle fleet it aims to launch in just five years.  Personal transport upstart Uber has made no secret of its plans to swap human drivers for driverless cars, but Ford has stepped up as the first car maker to declare its own assault on the 'Johnny Cab' market...

Ford Mondeo update announced: Sync 3 standard across the range

Ford has announced a ‘2016.75’ model-year update for its Mondeo mid-sizer, which now sees the company’s new Sync 3 infotainment system fitted as standard across the range. Like the Mustang pony car and Ranger ute before it, the updated Mondeo range - on sale now - features the new 8...

Uber reveals driverless Ford Mondeo prototype

Ride-sharing giant Uber has just taken the wraps off its newest addition: a self-driving Ford Fusion, known here as the Mondeo. A product from Uber’s Advanced Technologies Center (ATC) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the hybrid Ford Fusion will be testing its self-driving capabilities while also collecting mapping data...

2016 Ford Fusion/Mondeo unveiled: twin-turbo V6 headlines changes

The newly refreshed 2016 Ford Fusion has been revealed for the Detroit auto show today, debuting with a new all-wheel drive twin-turbocharged V6 and two revised hybrids. Ford describes this model as the most technology-packed Fusion ever. Australia uses the Mondeo nameplate, with both vehicles sharing the same platform and some engines...

2017 Ford Mondeo Sport spied without disguise: Turbo V6 expected for Detroit show

An undisguised prototype of what will likely be the 2017 Ford Mondeo by the time it arrives in Australia has been spied in the US this week. This variant, wearing a Sport badge and a number of tricks that hint at increased performance, was caught during promotional work ahead of its unveiling next week as the US-market’s Ford Fusion...

2016 Ford Mondeo facelift spied testing in Detroit

A facelift for the American Ford Fusion sedan, known in the rest of the world as the Ford Mondeo, has been spotted by spy photographers this week on the streets of Detroit. Although the Mondeo's Australian debut was significantly delayed, its Fusion-badged sibling has been on sale in the US since 2012, making it well-and-truly ready for a makeover...

Ford Fusion/Mondeo ST spy photos

Our spy photographers has nabbed the first photos of the Ford Fusion ST undergoing testing on public roads. Unlike earlier prototypes that have been spotted on the streets of Detroit, the new performance version of the Fusion is equipped with a sportier alloy wheel design that hides enlarged disc brakes...

Ford Fusion/Mondeo facelift revealed in corporate presentation

The first facelift for the current Ford Fusion sedan, and possibly its Mondeo siblings, has been published online. An anonymous Autoblog reader pointed out a slide pack that's available on Ford's corporate website and which was originally part of a presentation given by the company at the JP Morgan Auto Conference this month in New York City...