For You could get lost in the boot, it's so big. Refinement is good and the drive accomplished, while the diesel engines are strong and frugal.
Against Some might find the sheer size of the Mondeo daunting and there's some road noise on coarse surfaces.
The Ford Mondeo Estate delivers just about everything you could want from a family wagon: it's big, safe, comfortable and great to drive. That's why it's our Estate of the Year 2013.
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With so many Mondeos likely to be bought with company money and pounded up and down the country's motorway network, good fuel consumption and low company car tax liability are vitally important. That means we prefer the punchy and frugal diesel-powered versions.
The 113bhp 1.6 diesel engine is just about man enough for the job of hauling the huge Mondeo around, and it gives stunning economy. However, most people will prefer the extra pulling power of the 138bhp 2.0 diesel, which itself is impressively efficient, and suits the car perfectly. By comparison, the smaller petrol engines seem to struggle to shift the car.
Trim-wise, you're best off sticking with lower trims, such as Zetec or Edge, which give you all the most important bits of kit as standard.
After four years and 115,000 miles - MPG will be between 45mpg if really caning it and 67mpg doing a stately 50 on a motorway. No maintenance issues…
I have had my car for nearly 3 years, having bought it as an ex demo. It is one of the best cars I've had, nothing has gone wrong with it in 40000…
An update on the mpg on the Mondeo Estate Titanium 163ps. Come each summer, regularly drive in Europe, covering about 2,000 miles, fully laden car.…
I have just traded in my Peugeot 407 2.0 Diesel for this 2.5T Petrol Mondeo Titanium X. When i bought the 407 i was made up with it, i said i would…
The Ford Mondeo 2.0 TDCi 140 Zetec is well worth the extra over the less powerful diesel, this 2.0-litre is the best Mondeo for those doing the mileage to warrant a diesel.