Revised Ford Mondeo range announced | New Release - Car News Sep 2017


16:28 Monday 18 Sep 2017

Ford have made changes to the Mondeo range, including new models and a simplified line up.

The seven-specification line up has been reduced to five, with the new Zetec Edition becoming the entry-level model priced from £19,445.

The range then moves up through to the ST-Line, onto the new ST-Line Edition, the Titanium Edition, and finally the range-topping Vignale.

All models in the Mondeo range include SatNav, DAB radio, autonomous braking, front and rear parking sensors, and cruise control with speed limiter. The ST-Line model introduces extras such as unique body styling, lowered sports suspension, Ford Power start button and darkened headliner.  The ST-Line Edition adds privacy glass and 19-inch rock metallic alloy wheels. Titanium Edition specification has a hybrid petrol amongst its engine options, emitting just 92g of CO2, and also includes premium leather heated seats with front 10-way power adjustment.  The top-of-the-range Vignale now includes the Vignale Nero appearance pack as standard, adding 19-inch dark tarnish alloys and darkened fog lamp bezels, lower grille and side strips.


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