FORD MONDEO DIESEL ESTATE 2005-2007

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80%

Reliability:

80%

Build Quality:

80%

How it Drives:

80%

Running cost:

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Mondeo Estate 2.0L Diesel Titananium X (2006)

FORD MONDEO DIESEL ESTATE 2005-2007

Drives really well although the engine sounds typically tractor-like as you would expect for a Diesel. Boring shape. Massive boot with no lip. Rear parking sensors. Good running costs; regularly get 40 - 45mpg. In the 18 months I have had the car, I have had to replace the rear exhaust and the original battery! Original Alloy wheels now need repairing/replacing. Changing a fuse can a bit problematic because there are 3 fuse boxes located in different inconvenient positions, one being in the engine compartment, requiring the removal of the battery. Interior: Leather seats very comfortable and super adjustable, air conditioning wonderfully cold, heated and cold temperature switch for front seats, plenty of leg room in the rear, cup holders front and rear. Light switches everywhere, driver and passenger illuminated sun visor mirrors. Integrated Sat Nav, radio, Bluetooth system is poorly sited low down in the centre consul and therefore I am unable to see the screen from the driver's position, which defeats the object of having a Sat Nav system. It's probably not that useful anyway, even if I could see it, - it's not been updated since 2006 because it costs around £300 for the current Ford CD!

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