Used Ford Mondeo Hatchback 2014-present review

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Section: Ownership cost

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Ownership cost

What used Ford Mondeo hatchback will I get for my budget?

High mileage 2015 cars can be had for as little as £5000, but you’ll have to stump up at least £7000 in order to get yourself into a fifth-generation Ford Mondeo with a more average mileage for the year. 

To get yourself into a Mondeo you’d actually want – which is to say, one with an average mileage as mentioned and a full service history – you’ll be looking at paying quite a bit more than that; reckon on forking out between £8000 and £11,000 for a 2016 car. For a luxurious Titanium model with a 2.0-litre diesel engine, meanwhile, the minimum you’ll need to pay will around £10,000 or so.

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Used Ford Mondeo Hatchback (14-present)

How much does it cost to run a Ford Mondeo hatchback?

MPG

According to the figures, the most efficient model in the Mondeo range is the 1.5 TDCi Econetic with 78.5mpg. The most popular model, the 148bhp 2.0 TDCi, achieves 67.3mpg, or 58.9mpg if equipped as an automatic or with all-wheel drive. More powerful versions, such as the 207bhp variant, do 56.5mpg.

If a petrol Mondeo is what you’re after, the 1.0-litre turbo is rated at a creditable 54.3mpg, while the more potent 1.5-litre turbo gets 48.7mpg. Go for the auto-only 2.0-litre petrol and the economy drops to just 38.2mpg. The hybrid, on the other hand, is rated to achieve 70.6mpg.

CO2 emissions

The models which produce the least emissions are the 1.5 Econetic and hybrid since these put out less the 100g/km of CO2 and would qualify for free car tax. This is followed by the 148bhp and 178bhp 2.0 diesel with 109 and 117g/km (respectively) and the 1.0-litre petrol with 119g/km. A 2.0 diesel with all-wheel drive or an auto 'box (including the 207bhp version) emit 124g/km.

The 1.5 petrol puts out 134g/km, while the 2.0 petrol is the worst polluter at 169g/km.  

Car tax (VED)

In terms of tax costs, all Mondeos registered after 1 April 2017 will be charged a flat-rate fee for car tax - apart from the hybrid which is classed as an alternative fuel vehicle and gets a slight discount.

Tax costs for Mondeos registered before 1 April 2017 will depend upon the amount of CO2 the engine produced (see paragraph above). To find out more about the current road tax costs, click here for further information.

Servicing costs

Servicing on the Mondeo isn’t too costly and most parts should be inexpensive to buy compared with premium rivals if something does go wrong. Mondeos outside of the manufacturer's warranty period will qualify for Ford’s Essentials servicing regime, under which an annual service at a Ford dealer will cost £169. You'll pay even less at an independent Ford specialist.

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