Ford Mondeo Estate (2015–)

Model History

September 2012

Ford debuted the all-new global Mondeo

Built on Ford’s global CD-segment platform, the refined new version of the Ford flagship will be available as a five-door and wagon – uniquely developed for Europe – as well as a four-door that will also be offered as segment-first petrol Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV).

It will be the first car in its segment equipped with a 1.0-litre powertrain, the 2012 “International Engine of the Year” 1.0-litre EcoBoost petrol engine, to deliver expected best-in-class fuel economy.

Ford’s new global design language informs the all-new Mondeo’s refined, elegant, sporty and highly expressive exterior. The low roofline enhances the sports coupe profile while retaining a spacious and practical interior, and incorporates a retractable panoramic glass roof for the wagon bodystyle.

The lean side-profile is sculpted to convey “visual lightness”, while the sophisticated and technical front end design features Ford’s new, more prominent trapezoidal grille, a power-dome bonnet and segment-first adaptive, full LED headlamps.

The new Mondeo is the first Ford to feature headlamps with LED high-beam, low-beam and signal lighting. Quicker to illuminate, more durable and more energy-efficient than traditional filament bulb headlamps, the all-new Mondeo’s LED headlamps turn with the steering and adapt beam projection to vehicle speed – providing a greater depth of illumination at high speeds and a wider field of vision at slower speeds.

The interior delivers unprecedented levels of ergonomics and comfort, with superior craftsmanship throughout the driver-focused cockpit. Soft-touch materials, premium finishes and equipment contribute to the most premium Mondeo experience ever.

The all-new four-door Mondeo HEV is Ford’s first hybrid passenger car for Europe, and combines a specially-developed Atkinson Cycle 2.0-litre petrol engine with a 35kW lithium-ion battery allied to a CVT automatic transmission to provide high fuel economy and low CO2 emissions. Total output 188PS, with 47PS from the electric motor alone which is capale of propelling the car to 100kmk on irts own.

All new Mondeo also delivers the European debut of Ford’s rear inflatable seatbelts. These are designed to reduce head, neck and chest injuries for rear-seat passengers. In the event of an accident the belt rapidly expands to disperse crash forces across a body area five times greater than that achieved by a conventional seatbelt.

Ford Mondeo estate dimensions:

16" wheels with 215/60 R16 tyres

17" wheels with 235/50 R17 tyres

18" wheels with 235/45 R18 tyres

19" wheels with 235/40 R18 tyres

Length: 4,867mm

Width (folded mirrors): 1,852mm

Width (mirrors out): 2,121mm

Height: 1,501mm

Wheelbase: 2,850mm

Luggage capacity (closed boot, full spare): 488 litres.

Luggage capacity (rear seats folded, to roof, full spare): 1,585 litres

Load width: 1,141mm

Load length (rear seats up): 1,118mm

Load length (rear seats down): 1,976mm

Kerb weight: 1,579kg (hybrid) to 1,609kg (2.0 TDCI).

Fuel tank capacity: 62.5 litres

Maximum braked towing weight 12% incline (2.0TDCI): 2,000kg

Turning circle: 11.5 metres

October 2018

Mondeo Estate Hybrid announced

Ford enhanced the fuel-efficient Mondeo hybrid petrol-electric range with the introduction of the practical and spacious Mondeo hybrid estate arriving in 2019.

The Ford Mondeo Hybrid powertrain uses an electric motor to support the specially-developed 2.0-litre Atkinson cycle petrol engine in driving the wheels, and a generator to enable regenerative charging of the 1.4 kWh lithium-ion, air-cooled, recyclable battery located behind the rear seats. Regenerative braking technology captures up to 90 per cent of the energy normally lost during braking to replenish the battery.

The Mondeo Hybrid is capable of driving in pure electric mode, delivering ultimate refinement and efficiency particularly in city and stop-start driving scenarios. The hybrid powertrain delivers 187PS, supported by a Ford-developed continuously variable automatic transmission for further enhanced fuel efficiency.

June 2019

The Ford Mondeo Vignale 2.0 Ti VCT 187PS Hybrid estate is priced at £32,600.

What does a Ford Mondeo Estate (2015) cost?

List Price from £24,930
Buy new from £21,822
Contract hire from £233.29 per month