Ford Mondeo range topped and tailed

Ford has announced lower-priced and upgraded versions of the Mondeo range, including two new series aimed maintaining sales following the news that the UK launch of the all-new model has been put back to the end of 2014.

The new entry-level Ford Mondeo Graphite range kicks off at £15,995 for the 1.6-litre car, around £2100 less than the previous lowest-priced model, the Edge. Also a new Business Edition of theTitanium X has been rolled out. The new Titanium X Business Edition has more equipment than the outgoing Titanium X, despite prices being £1500 lower for the new model.     

The 2.0-litre Duratorq TDCi also receives some updates. Thanks to some clever re-tuning, output has been reduced to 119g/km for the hatchback and 120g/km for the estate, across both 140PS and 163PS power outputs. This is a useful reduction of up to 10g/km across the board. Fuel consumption is also improved from 57.6mpg to 61.4mpg.

This change means the 2.0-litre diesel Mondeos now qualify for annual road tax (VED) of £30, down from £105. Here's a full run-down of the equipment packages for both cars.

Ford Mondeo Graphite – specification

  • —17in 5x2 -spoke alloy wheels
  • —LED Daytime running lights
  • —Front fog lights
  • —LED rear tail lights
  • —Body colour bumpers, door handles and door mirrors
  • —Chrome upper grille surround
  • —Electrically-operated and heated door mirrors with integral indicators
  • —Ford EasyFuel capless refuelling system with mis-fuel inhibitor
  • —Sports suspension (1.6 TDCi and 2.0 TDCi engines)
  • —Rear spoiler (with 1.6 TDCi engine on 5-door)
  • —Integrated roof aerial
  • —Headlight courtesy delay


  • —  CD/MP3 audio system
  • —  Bluetooth® hands-free and voice control
  • —  Air conditioning
  • —  ‘Quickclear’ heated front windscreen
  • —  Electrically-operated front and rear windows with global opening/closing
  • —  Power rear door and window child locks
  • —  Leather-trimmed steering wheel

Ford Mondeo Titanium X Business Edition – specification

  • —  17in 5x2 spoke alloy wheels
  • —  Silver roof rails (estate only)
  • —  LED Daytime running lights
  • —  Rear privacy glass
  • —  Front and rear parking sensors
  • —  Chrome finish to upper and lower grille
  • —  Full chrome surround to windows
  • —  Ford EasyFuel capless refuelling system with mis-fuel inhibitor
  • —  Sports suspension (1.6TDCi & 2.0 TDCi engines with ECO transmission)
  • —  Rear spoiler (with 1.6 TDCi engine on five-door)


  • —  Full Windsor leather seats
  • —  7in touchscreen navigation
  • —  DAB radio and USB connectivity
  • —  Bluetooth® hands-free and voice control
  • —  Air conditioning with dual zone electronic temperature control
  • —  Ford Power Start
  • —  Aluminium interior trim and front door scuff plates
  • —  Electrically-operated heated and folding door mirrors with puddle lights
  • —  Automatic headlights and rain sensing windscreen wipers
  • —  Auto-dimming rear mirror
  • —  Ambient lighting and front footwell illuminations
  • —  Leather steering wheel and hand brake covers

Ford Mondeo Titanium X Business Edition (2)


wbm00    on 16 April 2013

Wonder why the UK market has to wait longer for the new Mondeo...

Nick747    on 18 April 2013

It's the New Mondeo that i'd like to see launched , rather than tweaking the current one. Any update on when the New Mondeo will be going on sale ?

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