Which used Ford Mondeo hatchback should I buy?
With a fairly chunky range, choosing a Ford Mondeo can be bewildering. But in general, if you steer clear of the basic trim level, you'll do okay.
Zetec adds the highly useful heated windscreen, but since there are so many highly-specified Titanium models around for essentially the same money, we reckon it’s the one to have.
If you’re doing low mileages or want to avoid a diesel-engined car, the 1.0-litre petrol engine is worth considering, but keep in mind that it’s not that easy to find. You’re more likely to happen upon a diesel in 2.0-litre form, which is better suited to the large and fairly heavy Mondeo. Go for a 148bhp for the best fuel economy and lowest car tax costs.
Our favourite Ford Mondeo: 2.0 TDCi 150 Titanium
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