Written on: 02/04/2011
Maybe my review is a bit unfair.
Having purchased this second hand car, mondeo ghia 04 plate, just prior to Christmas i have had lots of trouble.
Sadly, I purchased the car thinking that the drive on starting the car in the early cold mornings was a bit juddery due to the engine being cold.
Realise that this is not the case, more likely the injectors are on the way out.
Prolonging its life with the deisel additives you can buy at most auto shops, as these assist with cleaning the engine and… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/12/2009
had my 2.0 tdci mondeo ghia x estate 2 years now, lovely car, huge amount of space when you put the back seats down. had a split turbo pipe, 35 pounds for the part but about 60 quid to fit it!!!. cant really fault the car, it does embarass little corsa big bore exhaust boys at the lights!! will look to get the titanium x model nxt… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/12/2008 by jonboy2008uk (1 review written)
I've had mine for two years and have done 40000 miles I get it serviced by a local garage would not go to Ford get a friend to do it. I've got well over a ton out of mine and she just sat there would never change… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/09/2008 by sphillips77 (1 review written)
When its running its swift comfy and the ghia x is stylish and has plenty of kit. However it is far too unreliable and badly engineered. A week after i got it the back box of the exhaust fell off when i was doing 60mph (45,000 miles on the clock) - only £45 for a new one but I had to wait for 2 days for ATS to get one. Then a few months after a turbo pipe split - £50 for a rubber tube and when the mechanic was looking for the split he found that one of the pulleys was disintegrating £120 for… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/08/2008 by goldstar 07 (1 review written)
If your Ford Mondeos engine works well, then it's a good car. If you have problems, then it becomes very expensive as only specialist Ford dealers seem to know how to fix it! Not your regular garage, which seems ever so strange… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/03/2008 by terryuk22 (1 review written)
Had 4 of these now 130 bhp 2002's to 2004's All have had the flashing warning light come on which = big money Cost £100 for ford to tell you what is wrong which is usally injectors at 400+ each Or if you are lucky a camshaft sensor part is 13 pounds to buy 3 mins to fit, ford will charge you 200 Apart from all this I still like them… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/09/2006 by andyv (17 reviews written)
The Ford Mondeo TDCi is a great car to be on a motorway with. Easy to drive, handles well and lugs around kids and luggage without issue. Lots of space! It has the power to overtake and comfort and ease of driving. Also has auto wipers and lights which is handy. The only thing I don't like is it doesn't have front parking sensors but it's a great car!… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/02/2004 by AdePVFC (1 review written)
Had the Ford Mondeo 2.0 TDCi 130 Ghia X Est from new as company vehicle for 16 month now, and can only say that although I was aprehensive about having one of these vehicles (as depicted by company policy) my mind was soon changed. I have driven 41,000 miles during the last 14 month and can only say that it is the best diesel i have ever driven performance wise and can suprise a few people at the lights who think this is just another load lugger.
Very comfortable and enough room for a tribe… Read Full Review
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