Are Ford Mondeo diesels reliable?

Are Ford Mondeo diesels reliable?

The Mondeo is generally reliable, but the dual-clutch automatic transmission has been troublesome and I wouldn’t buy one myself. Manual no problem, but not the auto. If, as you say, it is under warranty take it back to where you bought it and have them investigate the noise you hear.

What’s the top of the range Mondeo?

High-spec 2015 Ford Mondeo Vignale revealed

  • The new model will be available as an estate or a saloon and will sit at the very top of the Mondeo range.
  • The Mondeo Vignale is based on the Titanium X trim but adds several premium features on top.

Are Ford automatic gearboxes reliable?

It is generally reliable as long as the transmission oil and filter have been changed and continue to be changed at least every three years or 38,000 miles, whichever comes first. Its reputation for unreliability largely comes from that essential service not being carried out.

What is the new Ford Mondeo TDCi?

Our favourite Ford Mondeo, the 2.2-litre 173bhp TDCi diesel, has bitten the dust, and been replaced by a smaller capacity diesel offering lower carbon emissions and EURO V compatability: this is it, the new 161bhp 2.0-litre TDCI Mondeo.

Is the Ford Mondeo Titanium X a good car?

Ford Mondeo 2.0 TDCi Titanium X Cabin is well laid out, and there’s a decent amount of stowage; load space is wider and longer than any of its saloon opponents. You don’t get the same sense of luxury as the A4 or the sporty feel of the 3-Series.

What makes the Ford Mondeo a premium executive car?

Essentially the move puts the car in line with other lower cost premium executive cars such as Honda’s Accord, but the Mondeo offers a wider selection of equipment, engines and bodystyles. The compact premium sector is a fiercely competitive one, but the focus is mainly on the traditional saloon bodystyle.

Is the Ford Mondeo the cheapest car in the UK?

At £22,945, the Mondeo is the cheapest car here, but that seems a lot of money for a Ford – especially when the Audi is only £1,000 more. So does the Mondeo make as much sense at this end of the market as it does in the family class?