Ford Mondeo 1.8 LX Estate Reviews
Product Type: Ford cars
Newest Review: ... A couple of other downsides. The skin of the car seems very thin (indeed, I believe Ford put a lot of effort into weight ... more
Customer Ford Mondeo 1.8 LX Estate Reviews (2)
by - written on 01/01/04, updated on 17/01/05 (Very useful, 3270 readings)
I have owned my Ford Mondeo for just over a year. It was an ex-rental car resold by Ford Direct. It had done just under 12,000 miles, and I paid £9,500 which included a warrantee and RAC cover. I?ve barely done 4,000 miles, mostly round London thought some of longer trips. Overall I am pleasantly surprised by this car. It is good to drive and very economical, yet the interior is roomy and comfortable. I recommend it unreservedly, while pointing out that you?re not paying BMW money, so don?t expect a BMW substitute. The car is the most basic model, but the specs are far from basic. It comes with air conditioning, central locking and immobiliser ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/08/02, updated on 28/08/02 (Very useful, 6780 readings)
I'm always wary of being the first to write an op on something, but having very recently hired a brand new version of this car, I wanted to report back on it. I hired this car for seven days, so please bear that in mind, particularly as regards my lack of advice on long-term maintenance costs. Being a big fan of the supermini, but realising that they don't meet the space requirements of a large camping trip, I had to get an estate car. I have only ever once before driven an estate car and it was a chunky Volvo estate that did little to sway me away from supermini heaven. I viewed estate cars as fat, long tank-like motors and I slightly dreaded ... Read the complete review
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