Prices for the all-new Ford Mondeo
have been revealed today. They start at £14,995 (RRP on the road) for the Edge 1.6-litre 110PS five-door and rise to £24,195 for the 2.5T 220PS Titanium X estate. On average the new Mondeo is priced £300 below the outgoing equivalent models
The all-new Ford Mondeo also benefits from £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 (...) > Full story
Dramatic and striking: ’kinetic design’ transforms Ford of Europe’s new large car range Full Mondeo range debuts at Geneva : distinctive 4-door, 5-door and wagon bodystyles to be launched simultaneously All-new Mondeo breaks new ground for Ford of Europe with advanced technologies and premium quality The all-new Ford Mondeo;
Ford of Europe is launching a significant new model at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show, which is open to the public between March 6 and 18, (...) > Full story
Ford unveiled the first images of the all-new mondeo that will be unveiled next month at Geneva Motor Show. The new Mondeo "it’s probably the most elegant car we’ve ever launched, and it’s certainly the most technologically-advanced. Like the S-MAX, Car of the Year 2007, the new Mondeo will attract many new customers to our showrooms".
The new Mondeo is striking and unmistakably a member of the Ford family. It is the latest and most advanced expression of Ford’s ’kinetic design’. The (...) > Full story
According to Automotive News, Ford may sell European products such as the Mondeo, S-Max and Transit in the United States.
"The probability is very high" that Ford will tap its global product bank for U.S. consumers in the near term, CEO Alan Mulally told Automotive News.
This statement come after Ford announced a $12.7 billion loss for 2006, the worst financial results in its 103-year history. Dragging down those results was a dismal performance in North America, where Ford reported a (...) > Full story
The highly anticipated Bond…James Bond…film, "Casino Royale," opens this week in theaters around the world and Bond lovers will play close attention to actor Daniel Craig, the new 007—what he’s wearing, who’s on his arm and certainly, what he drives.
When it comes to Bond’s vehicles in "Casino Royale," Ford takes center stage.
The movie features the new Aston Martin DBS as well as the refreshed Ford Mondeo. "Casino Royale" continues (...) > Full story
The all-new Ford Mondeo
makes its screen debut in EON Productions’ new James Bond movie, CASINO ROYALE, which opens in cinemas around the world from November 17, 2006. Cinema goers will be the first to see the new 2007 Ford Mondeo in action at the hands of the new James Bond, actor Daniel Craig. Although an Aston Martin remains James Bond’s car of choice, the new Mondeo is the first car to appear in the film as Bond uses it to drive to a hotel after arriving in the Bahamas on the (...) > Full story
The all-new Mondeo is striking and unmistakably a member of the Ford family, and takes the company’s ’kinetic design’ form language to a new level.
Ford Europe got the first images of the 2007 Ford Mondeo
Sedan. Ford is going to unveil at the Paris Motor Show a concept to preview the production version of the Mondeo.
The new Mondeo Sedan will share the same platform as the Ford Focus
. This new technical basis will also be used for several Volvo
s, for the new Land Rover Freelander and even for the new Jaguar
The new platform will allow for the use of Volvo’s five-cylinder engine, already featured on the Focus ST and S-Max. (...) > Full story
The all-new Ford Mondeo
makes its world debut at the 2006 Paris Motor Show between September 30 and October 15. Ford of Europe’s stylish new flagship model is being previewed in its wagon bodystyle in near production specification, with launch scheduled across Europe from the second quarter of 2007.
The medium sedan market is in recession. All the manufacturers are trying to bring a fresh attitude in order to convince a client that would buy an SUV, compact van or crossover rather than the classic sedan. The first example of such design refreshment was the Peugeot
407 that made a serious departure from the previous model. To follow this path is now Ford with the all-new Mondeo, which is intended as a design revolution. Following the styling lines of the 2005 Iosis concept, the new Mondeo will be the best example of Ford’s new “kinetic design” philosophy. Sales are expected to start in early 2007.