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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.

Ford Mondeo Titanium EcoBoost Review

The Ford Mondeo remains competitive in its class despite its age. The Titanium is well appointed, and the EcoBoost engine adds a bit of spark.

2012 Ford Mondeo Review

The Ford Modeo remains a valid proposition in the medium size segment despite a host of well- regarded rivals.

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...

2010 Ford Mondeo Review & Road Test

Mondeo makes a nice alternative for those looking for a family car that's away from the Falcon/Commodore mould.

Ford Mondeo Titanium Road Test & Reivew

A well kept secret, Mondeo Titanium is a real crowd pleaser Model Tested: 2009 Ford Mondeo Titanium; 2.0-litre, four-cylinder, turbo-diesel; six-speed automatic; hatch - $45,990* CarAdvice Rating: A well kept secret in its segment, the Ford Mondeo Titanium is solid, stylish, spacious, versatile and economical; this car has the potential to be a real crowd pleaser...

Ford Mondeo Review & Road Test

Fleet or family Mondeo wagon is certain to impress Model Tested: 2009 Ford MB Mondeo LX; 2.3-litre, four-cylinder, petrol; six-speed automatic, wagon - $32,990* Options: Metallic Paint $400 (Not Fitted - Frozen White) Blurring the lines between a bottom-end fleet special and bargain family transport is usually an exercise in futility...

Ford Mondeo Review and Road Test

2009 Ford Mondeo TDCi Review and Road Test So appealing that it takes the gloss off the already impressive Falcon. Model Tested: 2009 Ford MA Mondeo TDCi; 2.0-litre, four-cylinder; six-speed automatic; hatch - $39,990 (RRP) Options: Leather heated seats CarAdvice Rating: - by Paul Maric As humble as it may seem, the Ford Mondeo has arrived in Australia with an artillery of equipment and engines, prepared to take on the rivals from Mazda, Holden, Honda, Skoda, Hyundai, Toyota, Volkswagen and Kia...

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