Ford Mondeo (2007–2015)
- March 2007: New Mondeo arrives
- March 2008
- June 2009
- October 2009
- February 2010
- April 2010
- June 2010
- August 2010
- August 2010: Mondeo facelifted for 2011
- October 2010
- November 2010
- February 2011
- April 2013: Upgraded and simplified Mondeo range announced
New Mondeo arrives
First on sale in UK April 2007. Officially launched Geneva Motor Show March 2007 as 4-door, 5-door and Estate. Standard equipment across the range includes Electronic Stability Programme (ESP), Thatcham alarm, air conditioning, 'follow-me-home' lights, trip computer and an MP3 connector socket.
Four model series: Edge, Zetec, Ghia and Titanium X. Advanced new driver-focused technologies include keyless entry and keyless start with 'Ford Power' start button, new Human Machine Interface (HMI) instrument display, adaptive cruise control with Forward Alert, Interactive Vehicle Dynamics Control with Hill Launch Assist and tyre pressure monitoring system.
First car with Easyfuel system that guards against either petrol or diesel misfuelling at the filling pump as the fuel filler neck has been specifically designed around the different sizes of fuel nozzles. Ford has engineered its system only to allow the nozzle that matches the corresponding fuel type of the car to enter the filler neck.
* 1.8-litre Duratorq TDCi 100PS or 125PS diesel with 5-speed manual transmission. The 125PS version can also be specified with a 6-speed manual transmission.
* 2.0-litre Duratorq TDCi 140PS diesel with 6-speed manual
* 2.0-litre Duratorq TDCi 130ps diesel with a new Durashift
6-speed automatic transmission.
* 1.6-litre Duratec Ti-VCT 110PS or 125PS petrol engines with
5-speed manual transmission.
* 2.0-litre 1,999cc Duratec HE 145PS petrol engine with Durashift
5-speed manual transmission.
* A new 2.3-litre Duratec HE 161PS 4-cylinder petrol engine with Durashift 6-speed automatic transmission.
* Range-topping, performance-orientated 2.5 litre Volvo sourced 'Duratec' 5-cylinder 220PS petrol engine with Durashift 6-speed manual transmission.
Prices started at £15,010 (RRP on the road) for the Edge 1.6-litre 110PS five-door and rise to £24,210 for the 2.5T 220PS Titanium X estate. On average the new Mondeo is priced £300 below the outgoing equivalent models. The new Ford Mondeo also had £700 worth of added equipment across the range including: Electronic Stability Program (ESP), Thatcham Category 1 Alarm, ISOFIX child-seat fixings, steering wheel controls for the key vehicles technologies, driver's knee airbag, 'follow me home' lighting and unique to Ford - Easyfuel.
Edge replaced LX and also has air-conditioning, cruise control, leather steering wheel, CD stereo with MP3 connection socket seven air-bags, ABS with Electronic Brake Assist (EBA), power front windows, remote central locking, quick clear heated front windscreen, power and heated door mirrors.
Zetec prices ranged from £16,710 for the 1.6-litre 125PS saloon and hatch to £20,755 for the 2.0-litre TDCi 130PS estate. Over the Edge the Zetec adds 16-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights, air conditioning with dual EATC, leather gear knob and power rear windows with global window open/close. The most popular is expected to be a Zetec five-door 140PS TDCi diesel at £18,395..
Ghia prices ranged from £18,460 for the 2.0-litre 145PS saloon to £22,210 for the 2.5 220PS estate. The Ghia is a statement of classic luxury with a host of premium features over the Zetec including 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights and rain-sensing wipers, power fold door mirrors, a Sony stereo with six CD in-dash auto-changer and 'submarine' lighting.
At the top of the range the Titanium X has Alcantara/leather trim. The Titanium X also offers "Ford Power" start button, adaptive front lighting with cornering lights, blue tinted glass and the new Ford "Convers+" premium instrument cluster with a 256 colour display - Ford's signature HMI technology. Prices range from £21,250 for the 1.8-litre TDCi 125PS five-door to £24,210 for the 2.5 220PS estate.
Options included full screen satellite navigation, tyre pressure monitoring system, sport suspension, integral rear child seats, and a sliding load-floor on the esate. DVD entertainment with integrated head-rest screens. Bluetooth with voice control; this allows a driver to stay in complete control of the car while accessing a mobile phone. This system also allows drivers to change the temperature control and audio settings via voice commands, and this option is available for only £150.
Titanium model added July 2007 with 1.8 TDCI, 2.0 TDCI, 2.0i 2.3i and 2.5T engines and four-door, five-door and estate body styles. Titanium prices identical to Ghia, from £18,445 (2.0i 5-door) - £24,195 (2.5 estate). Spec includes unique 17-inch alloy wheels, brushed metal interior trim detailing, high-tech Ford Convers+ instrument cluster with colour display and sports-style front seats wrapped in modern New York cloth trim. First customer deliveries expected in time for September's '57' registration plate.
ECOnetic version of 2.0TDCI with 115PS emits 140g/km CO2.
175PS 2.2 diesel with 6 speed manual from March 2008, but estate emits 189g/km C02. 173bhp twin turbo 2.2 diesel available to order in Europe in February 2008 at a 1,400 premium over the 2.0TDCI, but initially only as a 'Sport' model with 18" wheels and a host of goodies. There is an estate version. Also available to order in the UK from 11th February, in Titanium trim.
New colours, equipment enhancements and the arrival of an E85 compatible Flexi-Fuel Vehicle (FFV) on all series. Ford's ECOnetic vehicle portfolio has now been extended to include a sub-140g/km CO2 Mondeo ECOnetic. Equipped with a 115PS 1.8-litre TDCi engine with six-speed manual gearbox and Diesel Particulate Filter, this super-frugal addition features lowered suspension, low rolling resistance tyres and aerodynamic improvements.
For the ultimate in smooth diesel power, a new 175PS 2.2-litre TDCi engine also joins the Mondeo family. Offered exclusively with Titanium X trim, the engine provides a new level of sporty performance combined with 165g/km CO2 emissions. 2.0 TDCi engine linked to the six-speed automatic transmission got a power boost from 130 to 140PS. New Titanium X Sport launched 6-5-2008 with new 175PS 2.2 TDCi premium diesel. Priced from £23,355
Available in five-door hatchback and estate body styles, Titanium X Sport models have aggressively styled 18in twin chromed exhaust tailpipes and body-coloured side skirts. The interior is themed with sporty red stitching on the leather/alcantara seats, leather steering wheel and gear shift lever. Aluminium trim detailing is replaced with stylish piano black inlays.
Choice of five-cylinder 220PS 2.5-litre turbocharged petrol, or new 175PS 2.2-litre TDCi engine. This is among the smoothest units of its type combining swift, quiet acceleration of 0-60mph in 8.1 seconds and a top speed of 139mph with a combined economy of 45.6mpg. C02 emissions are low at 165g/km (£145 Tax08/09; £175 tax 09/10).
Standard equipment includes in-dash Sony six CD player, voice control, rain sensing wipers, automatic headlights, front and rear park assist, dual-zone climate control and Ford Power start button. Additional upgrades over the standard Titanium include advanced Bluetooth connectivity, bi-xenon lights, alloy pedals and sports suspension. Both engines come with six-speed manual gearbox and insurance groups are 12E for diesel and 14E for petrol models. Available to order now and priced from £23,855 (5 door) to £26,605 (Titanium X estate) on the road.
Single turbo 2.2 litre 175PS diesel is outstandingly flexible. Will pull cleanly from 1,000rpm in 3rd uphill. 2.0 TDCI Titanium estate overall winner in 2008 Towcar Awards, as judged by experts from What Car?, Practical Caravan and The Camping and Caravanning Club. Mondeo Titanium X Estate winner in the £25,000 to £32,000 category at the Caravan Club's towcar of the year awards 2009.
New, 2.0-litre, 115PS Mondeo ECOnetic the lowest CO2 Mondeo yet. Offered in five-door or estate form, each with the same, 139g/km CO2 rating. Each uses Fords 115PS TDCi engine, optimised with a six-speed transmission to create EC combined fuel economy1 of 54.3mpg, rising to 64.2mpg in motorway cruising and giving a potential combined driving range of over 800 miles.
Other emission-reducing ECOnetic features include low-rolling resistance tyres and an optimum gearchange indicator, plus aerodynamics-enhancing sports suspension, air deflectors and a rear spoiler. Inside, the no-compromise Mondeo driving environment offers dual-zone automatic temperature control, BluetoothTM connectivity with voice control, cruise control, seven airbags and Quickclear heated front windscreen. ESP with Traction Assist and Emergency Brake Assist complete a standard features list that ensures Mondeo ECOnetic is as poised as it is efficient and comfortable. Also good news for company car drivers the 2.0-litre engine gives access to a greater number of company car lists, while its low CO2 and competitive price ensure the lowest tax band in its class and low P11D costs.
Low CO2, high trim Titanium ECOnetic introduced with 2.0 litre 115PS TDCI engine emitting 139g/km CO2 and offering 54.3mpg combined. The following features are added to help reduce CO2 emissions and improve fuel economy.
Mondeo Titanium 2.0 115PS TDCi was priced from £23,295.00 for the five-door and £24,545.00 for the estate just above the equivalent Titanium 2.0 140PS TDCi series. With Vehicle Excise Duty falling in band E, costing £120 per year, and combined with improved fuel economy, this delivers competitive cost of ownership maximising the appeal to fleets and user-chooser customers.
Mondeo gained the all-new, high efficiency, turbocharged, 203PS 2.0-litre Ford EcoBoost SCTi manifold in head petrol engine, the Duratec HE GDI Ti-VCT manifold in head petrol engine in and significantly improved Stage V, 2.0-litre Duratorq TDCi diesels with 115PS and 140PS power outputs, plus an impressive new 163PS version.
In addition, Ford Getrag Powershift 6DCT450 six-speed twin wet clutch automatic transmission system came to the Mondeo range, fitted as standard with the 2.0-litre EcoBoost petrol engine and optionally available for the 140PS and 163PS Duratorq TDCi diesel engines. (Requires fresh fluid and filter every 3 years or 50,000 kilometres/37,500 miles.)
Newly introduced 2.0-litre 163PS Ford Duratorq TDCi allowed the Mondeo to achieve impressive fuel economy with a combined fuel consumption as low as 53.2mpg*, as well as complying with stage V emissions regulations. Together with the new Ford Powershift, the Mondeo delivers a combined fuel economy of just 50.4mpg.
1,596cc 16v Duratec TI-VCT belt cam petrol: 88kW (120PS) at 6,300 rpm; 160Nm torque at 4,100 rpm.
1,596cc 16v Duratec SCTI Turbo belt cam petrol: 117kW (160PS) at 5,700 rpm; 240 Nm torque at 1,600-4,000rpm (270Nm on overboost at 1,900-3,500rpm).
1,999cc 16v Duratec HE chain-cam petrol: 107kW (145PS) at 6,000 rpm; 190Nm torque at 4,500 rpm.
1,999cc 16v Ecoboost SCTI chain-cam manifold in head petrol: 149kW (203PS) at 6,000 rpm; 300Nm torque at 1,750 - 4,500 rpm.
1,999cc 16v Ecoboost SCTI chain-cam manifold in head petrol: 177kW (240PS) at 6,000 rpm; 340-360Nm torque at 1,900 - 3,500 rpm.
1,997cc 16v Duratorq TDCI belt-cam diesel: 85kW (115PS) at 3,750 rpm; 300Nm torque at 1,500 – 2,250 rpm.
1,997cc 16v Duratorq TDCI belt-cam diesel: 103kW (140PS) at 3,750 rpm; 320Nm torque at 1,750 – 2,750rpm.
1,997cc 16v Duratorq TDCI belt-cam diesel: 120kW (163PS) at 3,750 rpm; 340Nm torque at 2,000 - 3,250 rpm.
2,179cc 16v Duratorq TDCI belt-cam diesel: 147kW (200PS) at 3,500 rpm; 420 – 450Nmtorque at 1,750 - 3,000 rpm.
CAP Monitor, April 2010, set residual values over three years and 60,000 miles for new S-MAX, Galaxy and Mondeo Titanium 2.0 TDCi (140PS) PowerShift Auto five-door at £9,925, £9,475, and £6,700 respectively. This represents improvements of £1,275, £825 and £175, respectively, over outgoing models.
High efficiency petrol-injection turbo 203PS 2.0-litre Ford EcoBoost engine and significantly improved 2.0-litre TDCi diesels with 115, 140 and new 163PS version went on sale. Additionally Ford PowerShift six-speed dual-clutch transmission system came to Mondeo range.
2.0-litre EcoBoost manifold in head engine has an advanced combustion system which brings new levels of performance and fuel efficiency to petrol units in this power range. The engine features lightweight all-aluminium construction, the latest-generation high-pressure direct-injection system, low-inertia turbocharging and twin-independent variable cam timing. With a maximum output of 203PS at 5,500rpm, combined with maximum torque of 300 Nm delivered across a 1,750-4,500rpm range, the EcoBoost engine enables Mondeo to achieve 0-62mph acceleration in 7.9sec (8.2sec for the estate) with a top speed of over 144mph for four and five-door versions (141mph for estates).
Key benefit of Ford EcoBoost technology is its ability to deliver excellent fuel economy and CO2 emissions as well as impressive performance. Combined fuel economy is as low as 36.6mpg* which translates into average CO2 emission of just 179g/km. Compared with the previous Mondeo 2.3-litre automatic, CO2 emissions are reduced by 19 per cent while the new Mondeo EcoBoost delivers 25 per cent more power.
All new Mondeo TDCi models are equipped with six-speed manual transmission as standard and achieve emission figures that were formerly only achieved by the low-CO2Mondeo ECOnetic. With ECOnetic technologies delivering fuel consumption of 53.2mpg* and an average CO2emission of 139g/km across the diesel Mondeo range, there is no longer a dedicated ECOnetic model.
Ford Mondeo range saw introduction of the efficient and smooth-changing Ford PowerShift six-speed, double-wet-clutch transmission. The new gearbox is an excellent match for both the new Ford EcoBoost petrol direct-injection and Ford Duratorq TDCi common-rail diesel engines.
Ford PowerShift is standard with the new 2.0-litre EcoBoost engine and also available as an option with both 140 and 163PS 2.0-litre Duratorq TDCi units. With these diesel powertrain combinations, Mondeo delivers a combined fuel economy of 50.4mpg*, with CO2at 149g/km.
|New 2010 Ford Mondeo powertrains|
|2.0-litre Duratorq TDCi 6-speed man||2.0-litre Duratorq TDCi -speed man
|2.0-litre Duratorq TDCi 6-
|Max power (PS)||203||115||140||163|
|Max torque (Nm)||300||300||320||340|
|CO 2 emission* (g/km)||179||139||139 (149)||139 (149)|
|Top speed (mph)||144.2||119.3||130.5
|0—62 mph in secs.||7.9||11.2||9.5 (10.2)||8.9 (9.5)|
|Top speed (mph)||141.1||114||127.4
|0-62mph (secs)||8.2||11.4||9.8 (10.4)||9.1 (9.8)|
Attractive pre-facelift Mondeo Sport introduced with Titanium look grille. Limited to 3,000, with over £2,000 of extras. These include satellite navigation system covering Europe, automatic headlamps, rain-sensing wipers and self-dimming rear view mirror. The equipment list, which also includes 17-inch alloy wheels, front and rear parking sensors and solar reflect windscreen to maintain a cool cabin temperature, is valued at over £2,000. The Ford Mondeo Sport will be available from September 1 at £18,795 for the petrol version and £19,495 for the diesel – or from just £300 over the Zetec series which the new Sport is based on.
Ford Mondeo Sport could be specified with either 1.8-litre 125PS diesel or 2.0 145PS petrol engines. Available in four colours – Frozen White, Panther Black, Sea Grey, and Moondust Silver – Mondeo Sport will go on sale in five-door and estate bodystyles.
Mondeo facelifted for 2011
Following significant updates to the Ford S-MAX and Galaxy models earlier in 2010, new Mondeo went on sale in September/October.
Facelifted Mondeo saw first application of a higher performance 240PS derivative of the efficient new 2.0-litre manifold in head Ford EcoBoost turbocharged petrol engine, joining the existing 203PS version of this engine, introduced in Mondeo, new S-MAX and new Galaxy earlier in 2010.
The latest Mondeo also introduces a comprehensively revised version of the 2.2-litre Ford Duratorq TDCi diesel engine, which boasts a 12 per cent power increase to 200PS, making it the most powerful Ford Duratorq diesel engine so far.
"Fresh look" with more rounded front for both body styles available in the UK – five door and wagon. Incorporates new technologies such as LED lighting. Re-designed, LED tail lamps. The interior of the new Mondeo has also been comprehensively reworked. Re-designed centre console flows more elegantly, while the door panels feature a new 'toproll' and flush, integrated, door release mechanisms. Further enhancements include a new central overhead console featuring LED ambient lighting, and a woven headliner.
The use of new high quality interior trim materials in new Mondeo boost the overall feeling of craftsmanship and are complemented by high-class inlay foils and new 'jewel' detailing on switches and vents in satin chrome. New interior colour schemes also offer two new lighter interior executions for a rich, premium, appeal.
New Mondeo is the first Ford of Europe model to feature a more powerful 240PS version of the 2.0-litre Ford EcoBoost power unit. This joins the existing 203PS engine already available in Mondeo and the new S-MAX and Galaxy.
Lightweight all-aluminum construction is the key to the new 2.0-litre Ford EcoBoost engine, which features latest-generation high-pressure direct injection, low-inertia turbocharging and twin independent variable cam timing. It has an advanced combustion system which contributes significantly to achieving new levels of performance and fuel efficiency for petrol engines in this power range.
Average CO2emissions of just 179 g/km are achieved for the 2.0-litre Ford EcoBoost engine, regardless of the power rating or body style. Ford EcoBoost technology offers fuel consumption and emission reductions of up to 20 per cent compared with conventional petrol engines of a similar performance.
New Mondeo also introduces a significantly re-engineered version of the 2.2-litre Ford Duratorq TDCi diesel engine, which now boasts a 12 per cent peak power increase to 200PS, making it the most powerful Ford Duratorq diesel to date, yet 159g/km CO2 so still under the 260g/km company limit..
This new powerhouse is joined by the significantly improved 2.0-litre Duratorq TDCi diesel introduced to the Mondeo range earlier this year, and available with 115, 140 or 163PS power ratings, all three of which deliver average CO2emissions of just 139 g/km with a six-speed manual transmission and regardless of body style. Existing 1.6- and 2.0-litre Ford Duratec petrol engines have also been retained, offering 120 and 145PS outputs.
New 1.6-litre engines from the Ford EcoBoost petrol and Duratorq TDCi diesel engine families will be available in the future to extend the wide powertrain choice even further.
New Ford ECOnetic Technologies are also available on new Mondeo to help ensure efficient and economical motoring. Innovations include Smart Regenerative Charging, the Ford Eco Mode driver information system and, for the first time in a Ford model, an Active Grille Shutter system. This electronically controlled device regulates the airflow through the radiator and engine compartment, reducing aerodynamic drag and benefitting engine heating characteristics to improve fuel economy and warm-up performance, particularly in cold climates.
Powertrain advances seen in the new Mondeo also extend to the transmission, with the latest Ford PowerShift double wet-clutch transmission system fitted as standard equipment with Ford EcoBoost petrol engines and available as an option with 140PS and 163PS versions of the 2.0-litre Duratorq TDCi.
New technologies for enhanced safety and comfort
Mondeo's wide range of the latest driver assistance technologies includes Lane Departure Warning, Driver Alert and Auto High Beam – all utilising a new high sensitivity camera unit located at the top of the windscreen in front of the rear view mirror.
Also extending to Mondeo are many features already introduced on the latest S-MAX and Galaxy models, including Ford's Blind Spot Information System, Speed Limiter, Rear Door Power Child Locks and Rear View Camera. LED lighting technology is used for the daytime running lights and rear tail and brake lamps as well as inside the car.
UK prices will be carried over from the existing Mondeo pricelist starting at £17,295. The high-level Titanium series will increase by £200 to £19,945 to reflect new features.
New Ford Mondeo ECOnetic model will be the most frugal Mondeo to date, and will go on sale from the first quarter of 2011.
The new Mondeo ECOnetic features a specially calibrated 115 PS (85 kW) version of the 1.6-litre Ford Duratorq TDCi engine equipped with a standard diesel particulate filter and coupled to a Ford Durashift 6-speed manual transmission with a longer final drive of 1:3.69 (compared to 1:4.06 for the standard Mondeo) and purposefully matched ratios across all gears.
Key to the new Mondeo ECOnetic's performance is the standard Ford Auto-Start-Stop system which can reduce fuel consumption and CO2emissions by up to five per cent in mixed driving conditions. In an urban environment and in heavy traffic with frequent stops the savings could increase to as much as 10 per cent.
Ford's latest Mondeo range, now available in UK dealerships, features a new high-tech 1.6-litre direct injection turbo petrol EcoBoost engine which offers sporty performance while returning over 41mpg*. This new 1.6-litre engine features direct-injection, variable valve-timing and turbo-charging is produced at Ford's Bridgend Plant in Wales, and is also available in the new Ford C-MAX MPV range.
In five-door form, the new Ford Mondeo equipped with the 1.6-litre 160PS EcoBoost engine and six-speed manual transmission is capable of 134mph, while returning 41.5mpg (combined) and emitting 158g/lm CO2. The Mondeo 1.6-litre EcoBoost's fuel consumption and lower personal, and employer, taxation combine to make the car comparable with a diesel-powered 2.0-litre TDCi:
|CO 2 g/km||PS||Max
|On the road
Ford's 1.6-litre EcoBoost engine uses a combination of turbocharging, direct injection and variable cam timing to reduce fuel consumption and emissions while producing an extra 40PS over the Mondeo's conventional 1.6 petrol engine. It also produces a remarkable 10 per cent more power than Ford's 2.0-litre 145PS petrol engine.
Further Ford Mondeo powertrain news follows in February next year when the 1.6 TDCi diesel engine with start-stop technologies arrives in UK showrooms. This Mondeo, targeting 115g/km CO2to return 65.6mpg (combined), features a specially calibrated 115PS version of the Dagenham-built engine and will be fitted with an aerodynamic kit to minimise drag and low rolling resistance tyres.
Mondeo 1.6 TDCI 115 ECOnetic with stop start down to 114g/km CO2.
Upgraded and simplified Mondeo range announced
The Ford Mondeo Graphite offers retail buyers a compelling combination of exterior appeal and excellent interior features with prices from £15,995.
The Titanium X Business Edition offers even higher standards of technology and interior luxury, which have helped to secure residual values five percentage points higher than the outgoing Mondeo Titanium X, despite prices being £1,500 lower.
Ford Mondeo models equipped with the reputed 2.0-litre Duratorq TDCi diesel engine - available across all series (except Titanium X Sport) - offer CO2emissions from just 119g/km across both 140PS and 163PS power outputs - a reduction of up to 10g/km. Fuel consumption is improved from 57.6mpg to 61.4mpg.
Ford refined the calibration of the Mondeo's 2.0-litre Duratorq diesel engine and optimised aerodynamics to achieve 119g/km targeted CO2emissions from the five-door version and 120g/km from the estate. These lower CO2levels qualify for annual road tax (VED) of £30, down from £105.
The Ford Mondeo also provides customers with a wide array of sophisticated features including Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Alert, Blind Spot Information System, Lane Departure Warning, Adaptive Front Lighting System, Hill Launch Assist and Auto High Beam technology.