Great car. Fast, reliable, spacious, comfortable, great on fuel.
I got the car brand new. 4 years/75,00km later, all I can say is... what a great family car. It is very spacious, has great boot space, great acceleration even at highway speeds. No major issues of any kind.
- great diesel engine, fantastic gearbox, great acceleration
- excellent fuel economy (6.9 litters)
- feels solid, performs really well through a band/great cornering
- quiet for a diesel car, especially at highway speeds, pure joy to cruise at 110-120km/h
- comfortable, especially the front seats
- heaps of space in the boot
Great vehicle .. early Mondeo tarnished this one for no reason
We had a 2009 petrol Mondeo for 6 years and only problem was manifold swirl flap solinoids went faulty with a code coming up . Cost was $150 to replace. That also increased the performance of the engine too. Please of leg room in the back and a very generous hatch area.
What a great car
We have for many years bought ford focus cars as they were very good but this year we decided to buy a Mondeo and we are truly very very happy with it .I love everything about it and it goes very well (petrol turbo not diesel turbo )
After driving it now for close on 6 months the only thing I don't like is the auto headlight dipping and I am sure that if I read up i will find a way to stop this making it in my eyes perfect
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- MD (Hatchback) Trend (2015-2021)
Great family car
Excellent value for money. Fresh and attractive design for this category, more than enough room inside, perfect set of options for family use (driver seat memory really helps when people with significant difference in height both drive the car interchangeably, front parking sensors in addition to rear sensors and camera) plus lots of convenient helpers. After Toyota Camry feels like a prestige car.
My Second Mondeo Diesel.
There is previous Mondeo MC and a MD Wagon review by me on this site elsewhere.
My previous Mondeo MC Zetec Diesel Wagon was very reliable and I only sold it as it was time for a new one.
I chose a July 2016 build Trend Diesel Hatch over the Wagon as I thought it would be slightly quieter over bumps as the wagon has a firmer suspension and firmer tyres based on the load carrying duty.
I try not to repeat what other had previous reported as I concur. I have done 600 km so far, and I conclude that the MC and MD are different designs, someth...
Very happy with my purchase
I have just recently traded my 2013 MC mondeo diesel for the new 2016 MD mondeo petrol. The MD is a massive step up from the Mc model . The best thing about this car is the styling , espically the front grill . The drive us much more quiet and handling is slightly better . The transmission in the MC was very rough and noisy but the Md is the complete opposite, Can't even feel the gears change and is a pleasure to drive . Best car I have ever owned .
Newer is better? Depends on your point of view!
I've moved from an MC Zetec TDCi Mondeo to the MD Trend TDCi and there are plenty of differences to like and dislike, listing them below.
Cabin is a lot quieter
Marginally better handling
Increased electronic driver aids such as Lane Keeping, Collision Warning, Adaptive Cruise Control, Automatic High Beam etc.
Sync 2 touch screen ICC
|Category||Cars and Hatchbacks|
|Drive Type||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)|
|ANCAP Safety Rating||5 Stars|
|Fuel Consumption||5.1 L/100km|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||62 L|
|Engine||4 Cylinder 2L|
|Max Power||132kW @ 3500rpm|
|Max Torque||400Nm @ 2000rpm|
|Country of Manufacture||Spain|
|Manufacturer Warranty||3 year(s)|
|Release date||Jan 2015|
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