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Key Facts

The Mondeo range has some of the best handling you’ll find in a car of its type, and without the kind of price tag other more prestigious manufacturers command. From the basic Style, mid-range Zetec, high-spec Titanium and all the way to the premium Vignale, there’s something for every taste and wallet size. And it’s remarkably good looking too – having a far more elite appearance than many might expect.

As for engines, there’s all kinds of choice: from power to economy. In fact, in the latest range, the TDCi ECOnetic claims 68–78 mpg. If you want a little extra room in the back, there’s an estate version.

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Why buy a Ford Mondeo?

If you want a large family car that has plenty of space inside as well as a sense of luxury and comfort, the Mondeo is a must-have. The name is a byword for reliability and safety, while even the entry-level Zetec has a decent amount of kit on-board, so even the longest family road trip can be painless.

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Which Ford Mondeo is right for me?

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A Great Commuter: Ford Mondeo Titanium

A Great Commuter: Ford Mondeo Titanium

The new Mondeo is certainly the most refined yet and crammed full of smart tech, including sat-nav, lane keeping aid and traffic sign recognition.

The most common engine in the new Mondeo is the 2.0l TDCi diesel engine, which can be found with 150 or 180bhp, both qualifying for the low tax band. A 1.5l TDCi Econetic diesel engine is also available, along with the 1.5l and 2.0l Ecoboost engines, the latter also found in the Focus ST and delivers an impressive 240bhp!

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Unassuming quality: Ford Mondeo range

Unassuming quality: Ford Mondeo range

This range of Mondeos doesn’t look as sharp as the more recent version, but it still has all the great Mondeo qualities that have made the car so popular for so long. Just like many Ford models, you’ll find reliability and a great drive from the lower-priced Edge all the way up to the Titanium, which isn’t a stranger to gadgets such as a digital radio, automatic headlamps or heated front seats.

It’s a great all-round family car too. Its sizeable boot and spacious passenger seats with child-seat ready ISOFIX technology, mean that there’s enough room for all the kids to relax with their toys and while all the luggage can go in the boot.

What are the Alternatives?

Similar but cheaper: Vauxhall Insignia

Similar but cheaper: Vauxhall Insignia

A replacement for the Vectra, the Insignia delivers a lot of what you might expect from a car of its size in terms of space, comfort and a smooth drive. They’re a tad more powerful than the Mondeo, with the 2.8T 4x4 delivering 321 bhp, although tech is at a similar level. Used Insignias tend to sell for slightly less too, so if price is a major factor, that’s something to consider.


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More prestige: BMW 3 Series

More prestige: BMW 3 Series

The iconic BMW badge alone suggests the 3 Series is all about luxury. Inside, even the entry-level trims come with gizmos such as climate control and an automatic parking system, although leather seats and satnav only come with the more expensive models.

In terms of performance, the 3 Series is pretty powerful, particularly the Touring Xdrive M Sport, an estate with 184bhp. Surprisingly, this particular trim delivers 55.4 mpg, making it rather economical.


Used BMW 3 Series

Plain and reliable: Volkswagen Passat

Plain and reliable: Volkswagen Passat

The Passat is somewhat more understated than the newer Mondeo, while the interior of even the basic R Line hints at a comfortable ride. Luggage capacity in the saloon models is close to 500 litres, making it ideal for families.


Used Volkswagen Passat

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