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.
This 2.0-litre diesel offers stronger performance than the 1.5 TDCi, especially at medium revs and is quiet unless you work it really hard. It isn’t as efficient or economical as the 1.5, though, and is obviously more expensive to buy. It's available in regular or Econetic form; this latter emits less CO2 for cheaper company car tax bills.