What's the used Ford Mondeo like?
It’s hard to fault the way this third generation Ford Mondeo drives. Not only is it quiet and comfortable on the motorway, it’s great fun, with sharp steering and excellent composure in bends.
The Mondeo is also very spacious inside, with loads of head and leg room for those in the front and the back. Meanwhile, a very large boot and split-folding rear seats add to the practicality.
True, the engines aren’t as efficient as those in the Volkswagen Passat, but the diesels are still far from thirsty.
The limited rear visibility is more of a problem, particularly when parking, and, while the top of the dashboard looks smart and is pleasing to the touch, some of the lower panels feel distinctly cheap.