The Ford Mondeo is spacious and good to drive. It's just a shame it feels cheap inside and has a mediocre infotainment systemread the full model review
If you want leather seats, then it is worth thinking about Titanium Edition; as well as hide upholstery, it also brings automatic lights and wipers, keyless entry and start, and electric and heated seats front seats.
Engine:1.5 EcoBoost 165
Our pick of the engine line-up, thanks to a good balance of costs and performance. It’s a smooth engine, and while it doesn’t feel hugely powerful it’s more than responsive enough for easygoing everyday use. It achieved an impressive 53.7mpg in our real-world True MPG tests.