Transmission is faulty put in park and rolls forward, put in reverse and rolls forward
Not happy with ford vehicles in general because of problems I’ve had with 2015 kuga replacement motor replacement transmission which I had to pay for it and 40 didn’t want to know about it and didn’t answer my phone calls. Disappointed and forward seven forwards in the last 12 years and will never buy forwards again, what the hell, Ford are going downhill. Which I had to pay for and ford didn’t want to know about it and didn’t answer my phone calls.
Great driving car
Well after much consideration what to buy after my Ford territory I bought the Ford Mondeo titanium wagon. Hard to find to test drive but hunted and found one.
I was not disappointed. Beautiful to drive, comfortable and quiet. But best of all the diesel engine does not have that terrible hesitation on take off that the territory had.
It's lacking a row of seats and some ground clearance but I only used the 3rd row in the territory about 10 times.
Plenty of electronics if that's your thing.
Worth the money if your looking for a$50000 station wagon.
No issues. But the AC could be cooler in the hot temps.
Horribly underrated car
In the age of senseless SUV purchasing, the Mondeo is an absolute godsend in large family cars. A full size vehicle with every bit of equipment and safety features complete with a boot that puts 7 seater cargo holds to shame.
The 2.0L turbo diesel effortlessly gets around town in the 6-6.5l/100 and on any stretch of highway, will get around 5. There's enough guts to get the engine up and about when needed but otherwise just chugs along without issue.
The boot space in the wagon is phenomenal and with seats folded down you could have a pa...rty in the back if you wanted. Adaptive cruise is one of those features that's hard to forgo once you've have it, all of the safety features included are often high priced extras on other vehicles, automatic and electric everything and the seats are some of the most comfortable I've sat in. My only small gripe is the Ford Sync 2.0 software. Not having any compatibility with Apple CarPlay or Android is just unforgivable these days. Overall it's been the best car I've owned and for what probably just gets seen as a boring fleet car is actually a bloody good vehicle that's criminally underrated in a glut of generic SUV's.
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Fantastic car, comfortable, safe and great to drive!
Mine is a Titanium Wagon. It is well built, well equipped and very comfortable. The car performs perfectly, is great to drive and I'd rate it the best vehicle I've ever owned. Mine is diesel, economical and with great performance. I chose it above a Mercedes 250 wagon, better safety provisions and (for me) more comfortable with at least equivalent performance.
|Category||Cars and Wagons|
|Drive Type||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)|
|ANCAP Safety Rating||5 Stars|
|Fuel Consumption||5.3 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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