Ford Mondeo 1.6 TDCi ECOnetic Titanium 5dr

Published Date: 18th Feb 2015

The Ford Mondeo 1.6 TDCi Econetic is possibly the best car in its class when it comes to value for money, appeal and efficiency. The new 1.6 TDCi Econetic engine has a power output of 115 Bhp and emits just 94g/km of CO2. The super-efficient diesel can achieve 78.5 mpg (Combined).

Standard equipment for the Mondeo 1.6 TDCi Econetic Titanium is as followed: 17" alloy wheels, Ford Power' starter button, Sports seats, Ford DAB Navigation System, Automatic headlights with auto high/low beam, Rain sensing front windscreen wipers, Traffic Sign Recognition, Lane Keeping Aid, Auto dimming rear view mirror, Ambient lighting and a TFT Instrument cluster display.

Ford has hit the ground running with the release of the new Mondeo. Many customers have been waiting years for the new model, which was delayed by around 2 years by Ford Motors. The general feeling was that the new Mondeo would rival premium car-makers such as BMW, VW, Audi and MercedesFord have not disappointed and with that said it is clear they have worked tirelessly to get this new premium-like model to production without sacrificing any quality along the way.


The Potential BMW and Mercedes rival will look to take customers away from the kings of engineering – German car manufacturers such as VW, Audi etc. The Ford Mondeo has been championed as the poor-man’s saloon over the last decade, but this doesn’t do it justice anymore. The newly designed exterior and luxury cabin give the new Mondeo a similar feel and look to its German rivals, but at a much cheaper price.

Many potential customers were put off by the long waiting times and the amount of delays that the latest generation Mondeo suffered in the run up to production. And what did all these Mondeo admirers do? Simple really, they bought other cars. Even in the run up to the eventual release date of the new Mondeo, Ford ceased production of the current model too soon and customers were left scratching around for the last few Mondeos month before the release of the 2015 Mondeo. The only option was to get in-line and wait for the new 2015 Ford Mondeo. This caused some customers to just buy a car from one of Ford’s many competitors.

New Ford Mondeo 4x4

Ford has plans for a 4x4 version of the new 2015 Mondeo. The release of this new 4x4 Mondeo has been confirmed as Early April 2015. There have been 4x4 Mondeos in the past, but in recent years Ford had scrapped the idea. The 4x4 version of the Mondeo attracts a new kind of buyer to the table, it seems like Ford are trying to cover all angles. Whether or not Ford will make the 4x4 idea successful - remains to be seen. But on the other hand orders have been rolling in for the Mondeo thus far. Contact us to order your discount new car.