Ford Mondeo prices dropped and range revised
Ford is dropping the prices of the Mondeo while also broadening the range.
Ford has simplified its ageing Mondeo range in an attempt to boost its appeal and make it a more attractive proposition to private and company car buyers alike.
The range of updates include the debut of a new entry-level Graphite and a top-spec Titanium X Business Edition model – both of which get impressive standard equipment in a high-value package.
The Graphite Special Edition gets 17-inch alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights and body-coloured trim, as well as a subtle rear spoiler and heated door mirrors. All cars come with Bluetooth, MP3 connectivity, air-conditioning and a quick-clear windscreen. Prices start at just £15,995 for the Mondeo Graphite with a 118bhp, 1.6-litre petrol engine.
Titanium X Business Editions get even more equipment, such as tinted rear windows, parking sensors all round and chrome trim. On the inside, it adds leather seats, touchscreen sat-nav and a DAB radio. Dual-zone climate control, automatic headlights and wipers and an auto-dimming rear-view mirror are also included. The Titanium X Business range starts at £21,995 for the 158bhp 1.6-litre EcoBoost model.
In addition to the new models and reduced prices, Ford has revealed updates for its 2.0-litre TDCi engine in an effort to improve economy and emissions. Both the 138bhp and 161bhp diesel engines now emit just 119g/km of CO2 – or 120g/km for the Mondeo Estate.
To view the full Ford range, see the CarBuyer Ford reviews page.
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