Ford Mondeo (2000 on) in general Reviews
Product Type: Ford cars
Newest Review: ... phenomenal car to drive. It has all the extras you could need including Electric seats, windows, mirrors, Air con, Heated seats, Part leather interior and most of all a 3.0 litre V6 under the bonnet! This car will smoke VW golf GTIs and many other hot hatches off the line which is of course, extremely satisfying! So on to the important parts. In this economic climate fuel economy is an important part of the car purchasing decision.... The ST will do around 21mpg around town and about 28mpg on a long haul. I found that putting a K&N filter on it increased the mpg slightly (and made it sound gorgeous!). It is also a very high car to tax... more
Customer Ford Mondeo (2000 on) in general Reviews (13)
by - written on 03/08/11 (Useful, 71 readings)
With a baby on the way last year we decided to upgrade from our old hatch to a larger vehicle. My partner and I are both huge petrolheads and so a simple set of wheels was not an option.. We visited other dealerships including Audi, Volvo and BMW but for the money there was nothing that compared! The Mondeo ST220 is a phenomenal car to drive. It has all the extras you could need including Electric seats, windows, mirrors, Air con, Heated seats, Part leather interior and most of all a 3.0 litre V6 under the bonnet! This car will smoke VW golf GTIs and many other hot hatches off the line which is of course, extremely ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/01/10 (Very useful, 222 readings)
Ive had a number of cars over the last 10 years, and Fords always seem to be the best ones. The interior is nice is quite a few of them with black seats and dash, but others can come with odd colours. I do admit this is a very long car and there has been situations where i have thought whether i would get into a car parking space or not. The visability of the front of the car, i mainly is only down side, and if you could get one if parking sensors, it would help alot. The space the car has in the front and back is amazing, and the boot space can hold quite a bit of stuff. I have the 1.8l LX and this is a reliable and ecomomic car. I would ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/10 (Not useful, 25 readings)
i had the pleasure in having the 1.8 petrol zetec 2006 model for a period of 2 months and i could not believe the quality, i used the vehicle on an every day basis and was impressed with econamy, build quality and comfort as an every day vehicle it is an absolute beaty to drive in fact i would go as far to say that in relation to price verses quality the mondeo is better than the BMW 3 series for sure, i even had the pleassure to drive from manchester to lymington during the time i had it and i would class it as the best long drive i have had, relaxed un stressed and comfy can not fault it as long as it hasn't got high mileage and is serviced well it would make a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/08, updated on 02/11/08 (Very useful, 394 readings)
**This review is on the Ford Mondeo Zetec 2.0 Saloon - 2001 model** Approaching Christmas last year, I suffered the nightmare scenario of my car key breaking in the ignition of my Mercedes C180. The end of the key was stuck inside and, in the locksmith's desperation to get my key out, he damaged the ignition altogether - which inevitably meant another costly trip to the Mercedes garage. No more! It was the straw that broke the camel's back with my falling apart Mercedes, and it was time to get a new car. Admittedly I am a fan of big saloon cars, so the market provided some superb brands such as Audi, Lexus and BMW. However these illustrious brands ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/09/07 (Useful, 308 readings)
I purchased a 2003 Ford Mondeo 2.0 TDCI Graphite about 3 months ago due to having cover more mileage for work. What a joy to drive. I cannot fault it at all so far. It seems to pull forever. Masses of torque and great fuel economy. It's great to see some boy racers faces drop as they eat your dust when you pull away from them with minimum effort! It is solidly built which i have had proven twice in the last 2 months when i got rear ended first by a white van and then again by a new mini cooper. Just to give you an idea of how well built, the mini was a write off and my mondeo needed only a new rear bumber and the white van was pretty messed up and again only ... Read the complete review
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