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2015 Ford Mondeo Trend TdCi Review

This car is astonishing! We opted for the wagon due to family requirements and therefore ended up with the 2.0L 4cyl diesel. With 136kw of power and 400nm of torque, the power is incredible. It accelerates quickly and very smooth with the 6 speed automatic transmission yet delivers us 6.1L/100km average with town and highway driving! Long trips on the freeway we have seen 5...

2015 Ford Mondeo Titanium Review

I have owned this vehicle for five months and found it very enjoyable to drive. I previously owned a Honda Euro Luxury manual. It is true the Mondeo does have a heavier and tighter steering, but it sits and behaves on the road very well. The added safety components are great, it needs getting used to (blind spots, lane keeping, reversing camera etc...

2012 Ford Mondeo Review

As someone who does a lot of interstate driving, when looking for a car I wanted something economical, safe and spacious with enough boot space for luggage. Taking all this into consideration, I found the Ford Mondeo Titanium TDCi. Its exterior styling is classic and refined. Its sloped back means it has a huge hatch back, revealing a cavernous boot which can accommodate 3 large suitcases plus carryon luggage...

2011 Ford Mondeo Review

It does what it does & does it well – 2011 Ford Mondeo LX Wagon TDI At first it was very hard to admit owning a Ford Mondeo Diesel wagon, the UK's salesman car of choice. I am a car guy. I navigate in rally cars, do track days and spend a lot of time “playing cars”. However, I am now proud to say “the Mondeo” and I would highly recommend others give it a closer look...

2013 Ford Mondeo Lx Review

I own a 2014 model Ford Mondeo LX hatchback. I have found this to be a reliable and comfortable car for me and my family. Other than regular servicing there has been nothing go wrong with the Mondeo. The 2.3 litre engine is fine for everyday driving, even thought I wish for a little more mumbo from time to time. It is a lovely highway car and sits safe and secure on the road...

2012 Ford Mondeo Titanium TdCi Review

As someone who does a lot of interstate driving, when looking for a car I wanted something economical, safe and spacious with enough boot space for luggage. I also wanted a car that was good around town too, as I have a 40 minute commute in and out of town on a daily basis. Taking all this into consideration, I found the Ford Mondeo Titanium TDCi...

2008 Ford Mondeo XR5 Turbo Review

My previous car had been a Ford XR5 Focus. I loved the torquey nature of the Volvo sourced inline five turbo and the slick shifting Getrag six speed manual. It was that video of Jeremy Clarkson that showed me throwing it around the Top Gear test track that had won me over. The noise it made, the way it could be chucked around and how forgiving it could be...

2008 FORD MONDEO XR5 TURBO Review

Purchased the XR5 Mondeo because of its equipment levels, size and quality build. The car although classed as a "medium" size actually transports more stuff than the larger cars such as a Commodore, Falcon or 380 VRX. Fuel economy is around 8.0L/100klm for city and highway driving. The voice control, key fob, automatic opening & closing of the windows (especially in hot Qld...

2008 FORD MONDEO XR5 TURBO Review

As the owner of an XR5 Mondeo I was tempted by its numerous features, exterior appeal and large size. Although it is classed as a "medium" sized car I find that it actually handles more luggage than a Commodore or Falcon. The gadgets are practical and therefore useful for every day use. They include bluetooth, voice control, automatic opening and closing of the windows (especially in our hot Qld...