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Written on: 28/08/2012
bought my 2.2 st as ex demonstrator 4 years ago loved it from day 1 looks fantastic even today very fast even outpaced an audi a4 sport pulls right through the rev band mot passed with flying colours brilliant only issues to date wear and tear parts replaced ie breaks exhaust egr valve replaced under warrenty car runs best on shell fuels dont use supermarket fuels this caused egr to fail brilliant all round car… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/03/2012 by Campbellonie (1 review written)
I have owned my mondeo 2.2 tdci ST for 3.5years now and have covered 30000 miles - current total mileage 64000. I traded in my golf mk4 gt tdi 150bhp and the first thing i noticed was it rides better and is more reliable. It is not as useful around town however. Plus points: one of the best motorway cruisers around, effortless Huge boot and excellent spec for the money only £165 road tax and insurance isnt that bad ( old grp13) Bad Points: 1st and second gear are very sluggish and the… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/11/2010
I have had a few nice cars, but none of them puts a smile on my face like this. There are many petrol cars on the road that simply cannot live with the pace of this car. The torque (especially in 3rd & 4th gears) is simply enormous!
In the 4years I've owned this car, i've only had one problem with it....the dreaded EGR valve went. However, £200 and it runs like a new car again!
Fuel economy is just breathtaking on a long run (up to 60mpg driven carefully) and for a 2.2 that isn't half bad! One… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/08/2010
I have a 2.0 litre TDCI Titanium pack used for repping .
It scrubbed the back tyres by 24,000 miles and the locking wheel nuts are soft as grease and deform easily
The main grief is the front seats which murder your hamstrings and produce a muscle spasm in the old buttocks within a hour of starting your days drive
Poor pedal position to seat squab is the problem
Would I recomend - its nothing different to any other main stream offering… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/05/2010
the first car i have owned that puts a smile on my face every time i drive it. A great family car and a real drivers car it ticks all the boxes. The styling is very good , comfort perfect for me as i have back problems, the seats adjust in all the right places. Downside turning circle is a bit awkward but a small price to pay for such a great car.Fuel consuption figures could be made more transparrant to new owners as the m p g figures are optomistic at best… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/04/2010
I bought this ST TDCI with only 9k on the clock and it is a stunning car to drive. I love EVERYTHING about this car especially its looks and performance. The torque is simply massive. Every time I put my foot down in 4th gear (or any other for that matter), it makes me smile!!! No other car has ever done that. The official figures show 137MPH top end, but I can tell you it goes well over! If you drive it carefully on a long run, it can return over 60MPG! Drive it hard around town and it drops… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/04/2010
Traded in a BMW 150hp diesel on this car. Panther black with all the options and 64000 on the clock. Faster than the BM and so far no problems. Is a real motorway cruiser with good economy. Beautiful looking . I'm a satisfied customer… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/03/2010 by mickymarval (1 review written)
my st tdci is very quick through the gears it pop's up to 70 no problem. my car is panther black has full black leather recaro's xenon lights heated front seat's i love it. the only thing i could say is wrong with it is it's hard to judge parking along side the kerb because you can't see the kerb because of the car's shape. all in all i drive a lot of car's in my job from audi A4 to mitsubishi shogun's and i can honestly say that my st tdci is my favourite of them all for your money the spec… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/10/2009 by rabsey (1 review written)
great car i have owed both the petrol st220 and now the diesel st155 . at 1st i would say there was not a great deel of differance with the performance but i am having a few problems with loss of power . the diesel does not pull as fast as it did when i 1st got it and i am only getting around 38 mpg… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/10/2009
Superb performance for the money with all the modern technology. Great family car with more style than most BMW`s or Mercs. Love the Recaro leather seats and genuinely a pleasure to drive!… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/08/2009
i bought this mondeo st155 hatchback 5 months ago after having various vw / audi's.the last car i owned was a mk4 golf gti turbo wich i owned for 3years and i dont recomend there over rated and unreliable.first thing i realised was the st pulls from very low in the rev range (boost gone at 4k)it sits perfectly on the road and for a big car handles very well.on the way from purchasing i reached stupid speeds without realising just how quick i was going.this car pulls effortlessly in every… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/04/2009 by Artisan (8 reviews written)
My last 3 cars have all been Mondeo Diesels and pound for pound it ' s hard to fault them for reliability and running costs. My latest purchase was the ST Tdci, which came with a full service history in Performance Blue. The car is equipped with climate control, electric seats cruise control, 4 x electric windows heated front screen with ' quick clear 'and leather trim along with rain sensing wipers and auto lights. The leather trimmed heated seats are very comfortable and easily cope with the… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/02/2009 by john38uk (1 review written)
The Ford Mondeo 2.2 TDCi ST Hatchback is a wicked car. Excellent driving ,long distance is really good, space wen u drop the seats is amazing i can get a single warddrobe flat in the back.no problem, good for the family ,easy to drive… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/12/2008
"The only failure was the Sony 6 CD autochanger! So much for Japanese reliability!"
That's just because you guys live so far from civilisation away from S-E Asia where the action is ! Probably caused by the long sea voyage.
As far as Japanese component reliability is, compared to anyone else really - well, no contest. They're our major trading partner for manufactured goods for good reason - they're the best.
My Mondeo is excellent - almost as good as my Honda Accord Euro… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/08/2008
Great car on long distances; great touring on little roads in the mountains; great caravan pulling… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/05/2008 by markoboyle (1 review written)
Good car overall and looks well. Well specked and turns heads Problem is that parking sensors dont work, has been to ford 4 times. Uses way too much diesel compared to previous car, a 150bhp Vauxhall Vectra… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/04/2008 by kaelgorm (1 review written)
Thrilled with car. Smooth, spacious adn as good as st220 but with added economy… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/01/2008 by signifyer (2 reviews written)
The Mondeo 2.2 TDCi is best Ford I've driven - I've owned mine for three and a bit years from new as a private buyer, and I've no complaints at all! The only failure was the Sony 6 CD autochanger! So much for Japanese reliability!… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/01/2008 by nlancs (1 review written)
Great car for motorway business use, but would not recommend for anyone who carries out short round town journeys, due to too much gear change needed between 2nd and 4th… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/07/2007 by CD123 (1 review written)
The CD player wouldn't eject CD's and then once Ford fixed this, 12 months later it packed up altogether. There was an excessive diesel knock that kept coming and going - Ford kept re-setting the ECU but the problem kept coming back. The heated seats packed up and I had only ever used them a dozen times.
On the plus side, performance was great and the car was a joy to drive on the motorway with amazing pulling power. Economy was about 50mpg at 75mph, 35 around town or driving hard and the car… Read Full Review
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