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2018 Ford Mondeo Titanium TDCi review

If SUVs don't float your boat, wagons have evolved to a level that demands a second look. The Ford Mondeo Titanium could be a viable SUV alternative.

2017 Ford Mondeo Trend wagon review

Dave jumps into the 2017 Ford Mondeo Trend Wagon to find out why the model is a hard car to hate, but an even harder one to love.

2016 Ford Mondeo Trend Review

The 2016 Ford Mondeo Trend is as middle-of-the-road as it comes, but does that make it good or bad? James Ward spends the week finding out.

2015 Ford Mondeo Review: Hatch and Wagon

The new Ford Mondeo is here at last. It remains a well-equipped and spacious mid-sizer that is now more high-tech than before, albeit a little softer around the edges.

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Ford Mondeo Videos

2015 Ford Mondeo Review

Read the article here. The Ford Mondeo is the car most likely to succeed the Falcon as Ford Australia's large-car offering. With an all new generation car now on sale, how does it stack up?  ...

Ford Mondeo Boot Review

Tegan Lawson shows off the benefits of the Ford Mondeo's lift back design.

Ford Mondeo Titanium Video Review

Space, comfort and safety features all in a neat bundle. The Ford Mondeo Titanium EcoBoost is worth a closer look.

Ford Mondeo Video Review

the Ford Mondeo is one of the strong contenders in the medium car segment, and particularly good in EcoBoost form.

Ford Mondeo Comparisons

2018 Ford Mondeo Titanium EcoBoost v Mazda 6 Atenza turbo comparison

Medium-sized passenger cars, like many other ‘traditional’ segments, are on the nose with Aussie buyers as SUVs continue to star in the sales charts. That makes buyers of cars like the Ford Mondeo and Mazda 6 real winners, with once humdrum medium sedans pushing into near-premium territory as a play to gain buyer attention...

Hyundai Sonata Premium v Ford Mondeo Titanium : Comparison Review

The medium sedan segment has been getting tougher with every new model. Now the equal top of the class Hyundai Sonata, goes head to head with the new arrival, the Ford Mondeo.

Medium Car Comparison

With more and more private buyers downsizing from large cars, the demand for medium cars has been on the rise for some time. To make life easier we've picked our favourite six medium cars to outline their strengths and weaknesses. We picked a price point of under $40,000 (not including on-roads) and looked at the most expensive variant that fell below that price point for each make and model...

Ford Mondeo News

Ford Mondeo axed after three decades

The Ford Mondeo will be discontinued after three decades of production. Ford announced the Mondeo will end its production in March 2022, with the expectation it will be replaced by a high-riding SUV model. Launched in Europe in 1993 to replace the Sierra, Australia first saw the Ford Mondeo two years later – touted as the company's first true global car...

2022 Ford Mondeo Active spy photos

The 2022 Ford Mondeo has been spied testing in the US, confirming rumours the long-running nameplate will adopt an all-new, SUV-inspired look for its next iteration. Expected to wear the Active moniker, the new Mondeo is set to morph into a high-riding, SUV-look wagon for its fifth generation, largely thanks to declining sales of traditional mid-size sedan and wagons such as the outgoing Mondeo, in favour of SUVs the likes of Ford's own Escape and Everest...

Every car leaving the Australian market in 2020

It was a big year for automotive in 2020, with the exit of Holden, the cancellation of international motor shows and the Australian Grand Prix due to coronavirus, and the steady decline of new car sales. In a challenging climate, it's perhaps unsurprising that carmakers reduced their ranges, discontinued under-performers and replaced older models with hybrids, electric cars or new creations altogether...

New Ford Mondeo to debut in 2021 with leaf springs at the rear - report

Despite declining interest in its market segment, the Ford Mondeo name looks as though it will live to fight on. A parts tooling catalogue spotted by Autocar on Ford's European website shows a specialist tool designed to remove the rear leaf spring from a “2022 model year Mondeo CD542”. The leaf spring design would, presumably, allow for improved hybrid or plug-in hybrid battery packaging...

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Ford Mondeo Owner Reviews

2016 Ford Mondeo Titanium Review

Flashback to 2013. The all new Ford Fusion was launched in the North American market to rave reviews. Its styling, in particular, was generally well liked, especially the front end with the new Ford corporate design language, dubbed Kinetic 2.0. This styling had made its début on the Ford Evos concept car of 2011, which heavily influenced the design of the Ford Fusion...

2015 Ford Mondeo Ambiente TdCi Review

Fleet cars. I have had a few of them; Commodores, Camry’s, Territory’s. I even had a Volvo once. I think that half the Mondeo’s that Ford sell go to fleets, as they are everywhere when you go to a trade show or the pub at 1pm on a Friday. I've had the Mondeo I currently drive for a tick over three years and 155,000kms...

2013 Ford Mondeo Titanium TDCi review

[caption id="attachment_674839" align="alignnone" width="3968"] Confirmed cardie-wearer. That’s what one of my mates called me after I told him I’d just bought a used Mondeo. Ha. Ha.[/caption] Truth is, the MC Mondeo is an overlooked gem of a car, at least in its Titanium guise. Power comes from a 2...

2012 Ford Mondeo Titanium TDCi review

Before I start, I'm a 14 year old who is interested in cars, so here is a review of my mother's Ford Mondeo Titanium TDCi. We upgraded from a Territory TX, so it was a nice welcome to the European segment for our family. This car is incredibly well priced in the used car segment, with most examples fetching under $20,000. And that is for a range topping Titanium...

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Ford Mondeo Galleries

2019 Ford Mondeo facelift unveiled