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Ford Mondeo

Ford Mondeo (United Kingdom, 2007-2013)

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2011 Updates

The new lineup will be available in three different body styles: 5-door, 4-door and wagon. The engine highlight of the new line-up is the 2.0L EcoBoost GTDi, which boasts 176.5kW of power at 6,000rpm and a peak torque of 340 Nm between 1900-3500 rpm while consuming 7.9L/100km. Ford claim this new engine ‘improves driving performance by 25 percent, reduces fuel consumption by 20 percent and lowers 15 percent CO2 emissions’. This is also aided by the PowerShift dual-clutch transmission, which Ford say can reduce fuel consumption by up to nine percent when compared to traditional automatic four-speed transmissions.

In terms of exterior design the work has been made to further emphasize the kinetic design signatures in each of the three body styles while incorporating new technologies such as LED lighting. At the front end the restyled Mondeo received larger lower trapezoidal and slimmer upper grilles. It also gets a revised bonnet profile and integral new LED day running lights. A new full chrome window surround for the higher series models helps to emphasize the sleek lines of the new Mondeo, while the larger, re-designed, LED tail lamps give additional kinetic movement to the rear.

Ford says there has also been 32 updates to improve noise and vibration. The new Mondeo is available in three new colours - oyster grey, shiny orange and pearl white.

In order to enhance efficiency and economy the Mondeo features new Ford ECOnetic Technologies such as the Smart Regenerative Charging, the Ford Eco Mode driver information system and an Active Grille Shutter system, the first one ever to be used on a Ford.



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Review

The new Mondeo was introduced in 2006 and it offers Ford’s patented EcoBoost and PowerShift powertrain technologies delivering higher performance with reduced fuel consumption.



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Engines

Petrol engines

Mondeo's fourth generation has the following range of petrol engines: a 1.6l engine with a power output of 110hp, 120hp or 125hp, a 1.6l EcoBoost with 160hp is also offered; a 2.0l petrol or flexifuel engine that produces 145hp; a 2.0l EcoBoost with 203 or 240hp; a 2.3l that produces 161hp and a 2.5l engine that develops up to 220hp.

Diesel engines

A line-up of diesel engines is also offered: one 1.6l TDCi engine with 115hp of power output, two 1.8 TDCi engines with 100 or 125hp, three 2.0l TDCi engines that develop 115, 140 or 160hp; and finally two 2.2l TDCi engines with power outputs of 175 or 200hp.



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Available trims

In the UK Mondeo is available in five trims: Edge, Zetec, Titanium, Titanium X and Titanium X Sport. The Australian trims are LX, Zetec and Titanium while the Irish include Style, ECOnetic, Zetec, Titanium X and Titanium X Sport and the Norwegian has Trend, Ghia, Titanium, Premium and Titanium S.



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