Ford Mondeo (1993-96) Reviews
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Newest Review: ... Wolfrace with Yokohama tyres even though it got a blowing exhaust, it still seems to have power until you select 5th gear, ... more
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Customer Ford Mondeo (1993-96) Reviews (7)
by - written on 18/05/02, updated on 18/05/02 (Very useful, 1226 readings)
“Salagadoola mechicka boola bibbidi-bobbidi-boo Put 'em together and what have you got bibbidi-bobbidi-boo” The Fairy Godmother from Disney’s Cinderella. What’s this got to do with the Ford Mondeo 1.8 LX Estate I hear you ask? Well, absolutely nothing whatsoever, but don’t you feel perkier for singing it? Blame CH for my posting of this workhorse, as she had the chance to stop me, although only a slight chance, an hour or two in fact, but that’s another story, so on I go. Moving some 600 yards from one 3 bedroom house to another 3 bedroom house would have been a synch for any removal ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/01, updated on 17/06/01 (Very useful, 1991 readings)
I recent purchased a newer Ford to replace my ageing, but ever so reliable Escort. I decided on the Ford Mondeo with a little help from my insurance compnay. Im with a company called Ford Insured , whom only insure Fords. I came across the N reg old shape model when my friend came across it when it was put in part exchange at a local dealer. At the price of only £1375 for a 1996 four door Turbo diesel family saloon I decided to buy it as a bit of a brucy bargain. The car has had a bad life and shows several minor battle scars, but Im sure with a bit of tending loving car I will get the car it back into good condition. The engine in this car has got ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/02, updated on 12/08/02 (Useful, 438 readings)
I have had a Ford Mondeo 1.8LXi for about 4 years now, and to be honest, it's not a great car. I guess its fairly average performance wise, boasting around 115 horses, although I'm damn sure I have never found all of them... The engine is noisy when you get up around 70 mph and from then on it just feels and sounds like its struggling. You would think that makes it an ideal city car. Not so, as it has a high fuel consumption in and around town and it is too big to fit into your average London parking space... However, there are some good points about the car. The quick-shift gearbox is really good, it is firm and definite and it is a pleasure to use. The driving . Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/00, updated on 31/10/00
I have owned a Ford Mondeo for over a year now, it is a 1993 L reg Mondeo 1.8i 16v LX. This is the basic model so comes with electric windows and thats about it for luxuries. There are a lot of Mondeo`s out on the road, but to make mine stand out i had a full RS bodykit fitted and also lowered with 16" alloys. After the alloys and lowering the car handled like a dream. The car also attracted a lot more attention due to the Kit and wheels. It has a 1.8i 16v DOHC engine which produces 115 bhp, and being quite a big car performance is not great, but is not bad either. If you are in the market for a car, you cannot go far wrong with a Mondeo, it is reliable and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/07 (Useful, 201 readings)
i must be honest here, i sold my nissan and bought the mondeo saloon. it passed the MOT with about £130 spent on general wear and tear and i got new alloys £200 for 15" Wolfrace with Yokohama tyres even though it got a blowing exhaust, it still seems to have power until you select 5th gear, then you tend to notice power dissapear, i do not know if this is due to the exhaust problem!! Comfort is not too bad, electric ajustable seat and ajustable steering wheel helps, but it tends to lack when it comes to upholstery, and i have decided to pay for new leather trim. The body seems to be in fair condition, but if you tempted to buy one of ... Read the complete review
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