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2014 (64) Ford Mondeo 2.0 TDCi 140 Titanium X Business Ed 5dr Powershift

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Featured specification

Standard specification

Driver Convenience

'Ford Power' starter buttonAdjustable speed limiter
Advanced Bluetooth hands free phone with voice control systemFord convers+ (256 colour instrument panel)
Front and rear park assistPAS
Service interval indicatorTrip computer


Diesel particulate filter 


Steering wheel mounted audio controlsUSB/aux input socket

Exterior Features

Auto dimming interior mirrorAutomatic headlights
Automatic rain sensing wipersBlack grille with chrome surround
Body colour door handlesBody coloured bumpers
Chrome upper door lineChrome window surround
Electric front/rear windowsFollow me home headlights
Front fog lightsHeated rear window
LED daytime running lightsQuickclear heated windscreen
Rear wiperSmart wipers
Tinted privacy glass 

Interior Features

2 way electric adjustable drivers seat2 way electric passenger seat adjustment
2 way manual adjustable passenger seat4 Load area hooks
Air conditioning + Dual Electronic Automatic Temperature ControlAlloy pedals
Aluminium scuff platesAmbient lighting
Boot lightCentre console with storage/cupholders
Driver/front passenger manual lumbar adjustDriver/passenger sunvisors + illuminated mirrors
Folding rear centre armrest with storage compartment + cupholdersFootwell illumination
Front and rear head restraintsFront centre armrest
Front/rear floor matsHeight adjustable driver's seat
Illuminated gloveboxIsofix child seat preparation
Leather gearknobLeather handbrake
Leather steering wheelLoad area carpet
Overhead console with sunglasses holderReach + rake adjustable steering column
Split folding rear seatStorage pockets in backrests of front seats
Tilting/removeable package tray 

Passive Safety

3 point height adj front seatbelts + pretensionersABS+EBA
Curtain airbagsDriver/front passenger airbag
Drivers knee airbagElectrically operated child locks on rear doors
ESP + traction controlIntelligent Protection System (IPS)
Side airbagsThree 3 point rear seatbelts


Locking wheel boltsRemote central double locking
Thatcham category 1 alarm + immobiliser 


Brushed titanium interior trim 


Mini steel spare wheel
The vehicle information above was correct at time of manufacture. Please speak to the dealership for full current specification.

Technical specification

Emissions - ICE

CO0.222CO2 (g/km)136
HC+NOx0.203Noise Level dB(A)68
Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 5 

Engine and Drive Train

CamshaftDOHCCatalytic ConvertorTrue
CC1997Compression Ratio16.0:1
Cylinder LayoutIN-LINECylinders4
Cylinders - Bore (mm)85Cylinders - Stroke (mm)88
Gears6 SPEEDNumber of Valves16

Fuel Consumption - ICE

EC Combined (mpg)54.3EC Directive 1999/100/EC AppliesTrue
EC Extra Urban (mpg)62.8EC Urban (mpg)43.5


Badge Engine CC2.0Badge Power140
Coin DescriptionTDCi 140Coin SeriesTitanium X Bus Ed
Generation Mark3Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 0721E
Manufacturers Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years12Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years1
Service Interval Frequency - Months12Service Interval Mileage12500
Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage60000Standard manufacturers warranty - Years3
Timing Belt Interval Frequency - Months120Timing Belt Interval Mileage125000
Vehicle Homologation ClassM1 


0 to 62 mph (secs)10.2Engine Power - BHP140
Engine Power - KW103Engine Power - PSTrue
Engine Power - RPM3750Engine Torque - LBS.FT236
Engine Torque - MKG32.6Engine Torque - NM320
Engine Torque - RPM1750Top Speed127


Alloys?TrueSpace Saver?True
Tyre Size Front215/50 R17Tyre Size Rear215/50 R17
Tyre Size SpareSPACE SAVERWheel Style5x2 SPOKE
Wheel Type17" ALLOY 

Vehicle Dimensions

Width (including mirrors)2092 

Weight and Capacities

Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres)70Gross Vehicle Weight2230
Luggage Capacity (Seats Down)1448Luggage Capacity (Seats Up)528
Max. Loading Weight657Max. Roof Load75
Max. Towing Weight - Braked2000Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked750
Minimum Kerbweight1573No. of Seats5
Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb11.6
The vehicle information above was correct at time of manufacture. Please speak to the dealership for full current specification.

Independent review

Review courtesy of Car and Driving

Ford Mondeo MK3

By Andy Enright


The recession of 2008-2010 wasn't kind to the Ford Mondeo. People stopped buying cars, and the cars they did buy were either small, cheap ones to minimise their financial exposure or cars with premium badges, another way to attempt to guarantee the same net effect. That left Ford's shiny new Mondeo without too many takers. Ford's response was to update and facelift the car in a rather desperate bid to position it front and centre in the crosshairs of UK customers. Here's what to look for when choosing a used facelifted post-2011 Mk3 Mondeo.


Ford must have wondered what they needed to do to grab a few sales in the family hatch market. Their Mk3 Mondeo, originally introduced in 2007, was a belter. It drove well, it looked good, it was priced keenly and it was packed with equipment. In relative terms, nobody wanted it. Ford introduced better engines. Still nobody was really interested, so in 2011, the Blue Oval brand tried more drastic remedial action. A smarter look was accompanied by substantial changes to the engine range. So from here on, buyers could select from 120 and 160PS versions of the 1.6 Ti-VCT unit at the bottom of the range, or move on to a 145PS 2.0-litre Duratec petrol option. Flagship variants could be fitted with 203 and 240PS versions of the efficient 2.0-litre petrol Ecoboost powerplant. Diesel customers got 140 or 163 PS Duratorq 2.0-litre engines, or a 200PS Duratorq 2.2-litre powerplant. In April 2013 Ford upgraded the Mondeo again, introducing the Graphite trim level aimed at private users and the Titanium X Business Edition, which pensioned off the previous Titanium X range-topping trim package, albeit with a £1,500 haircut on price. Ford also took a look at improving emissions and went for the quick win, with the popular 2.0-litre Duratorq TDCi diesel engine being fettled to deliver CO2 emissions from just 119g/km across both 140PS and 163PS power outputs - a reduction of up to 10g/km. Fuel consumption was also improved from 57.6mpg to 61.4mpg. The replacement for this car was shown as early as 2012, which didn't really give it the chance it deserved in the market, but Ford was confident that its successor could regain lost market share. That car duly arrived at the tail end of 2014.

What You Get

Prior to this generation Mondeo, it's fair to say that many Fords had begun to look rather clinical, a little over-functional. We were all told they were great to drive but we didn't feel that they were going to be when we saw one in the driveway. Fortunately, this facelifted MK3 Mondeo moved things on. The trapezoidal front grille was made bolder with a more slimline opening above. LED daytime running lights also featured and the bonnet had a more sculpted shape. At the back, the rear light clusters also featured LED technology. Inside, things weren't quite BMW, Audi and Mercedes-like. Items such as the cheaper plastic on the glovebox lid gave the game away. Still, with this car, Ford got astonishingly close to achieving premium standards of finish, at least for a mainstream brand, with tasteful aluminium decor and piano-black lacquer inserts offering a premium touch. On to practicalities. Where you'll particularly notice the extra space on offer from that bigger shape is in the back. Three big adults across the back seat of an Audi A4 or a BMW 3 Series is a squash that's only slightly improved if you opt for something mainstream like a Vauxhall Insignia or a Renault Laguna. Here, it's no problem at all, with superb space for shoulders, legs and heads. Wide opening doors and minimal wheelarch intrusion mean it's easy to get in and out too and nice touches on plusher versions include these rear cabin air vents built into the B-pillars. Out back, the boot too is huge and very well shaped, with load hooks and tie-downs to help you keep things in place should you get carried away at the wheel by the Mondeo's dynamic repertoire. There's 528-litres of space on offer in this 5-door Hatch, a figure rising to 1448-litres if you flatten the 60/40 split-rear seats. Go for the Estate version and the respective figures are 542 and 1733-litres.

What to Look For

The MK3 generation Mondeo has built a decent reputation for reliability. Serious faults have been extremely rare. There have been glitches reported with the keyless entry and start system though, so check that all is working correctly. The Mondeo seems generally well built and the engines have been used across the Ford range with no serious problems. Test drive when the engine is cold, walk round the car and smell for diesel, also listen for a rattle from the engine. If you can smell diesel, it could be that the injector pipe is leaking. If the engine rattles, the flywheel almost certainly needs replacing. If you do find either of these problems, have the car examined by a specialist. Take a good look around the car and inspect the bodywork and alloy wheels for signs of scuffing. This Mondeo is a big vehicle with extremities that aren't always easy to place, so parking incidents are not uncommon.

Replacement Parts

(based on a 2.0 TDI excl VAT) You'll need around £275 should you scrape a front wing and need a replacement, while a windscreen is around £180. Tyres are £90 a corner while a complete exhaust system (including catalytic converter) will set you back about £500. Diesel-specific issues of leaking injector pipes and a rattly flywheel will see spares bills of £1,000 and £550 respectively excluding labour.

On the Road

Like all mainstream Mondeos, you get very tidy handling, lapsing into safe understeer at the limit. You always feel you're hustling quite a big car, but the stability control system is reassuringly good should you overstep the mark. The six-speed manual gearbox is a pleasure to use and the pedal placing and weighting is exemplary. The Mondeo grew up quite considerably in 2007, becoming a bigger and more luxurious thing. Those of you who remember the livewire handling of the first couple of Mondeo generations might be a bit disappointed. You might think the Mondeo had inherited some barge genes along the way. Worry not. Where the old model reacted, this one flows. It's sophisticated enough to be involving only when you want it to be. Other cars require adaptive or sports suspension to feel this good and though the Mondeo offers these options too, the difference here is that it doesn't really need them. The 2.0-litre TDCi engine is the one that everyone chooses, the others making almost negligible impacts on the product mix. It's a good engine too, whether it be in 140 or 163PS trim, although if you can track down a 200PS 2.2-litre diesel it's doubtful you'll be disappointed.


This version of the Ford Mondeo never really had a fair crack of the whip. It was introduced as a reaction to the financial crisis and then undermined almost immediately by the hideously premature announcement of its successor. It was almost as if Ford was ashamed of this car, which is weird because this Mondeo saw sales pick up markedly. It was loved by both motoring writers and owners alike and a couple of years down the road, it makes a cracking used buy. Spending £7,500 on a tidy Mondeo diesel could net you a 61-plate car that still feels new and which has a lot going for it. Your friends might wonder why you've bought it, but let their ignorance blind them. You've bought one of the market's best mid-rangers for the price of an entry-level citycar. That's good business by any measure.


* Depending on the age of the vehicle, MPG and CO2 may be quoted using either NEDC or WLTP testing standards.  Find out more

Figures are provided for comparison purposes. Fuel consumption under real world driving conditions and the CO2 produced will depend upon a number of factors, including any accessories fitted after registration, variations in driving styles, weather conditions and vehicle load.

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Monthly payment£215.88
Term (months)48
Fixed interest rate4.61%
Cash price£8998
Credit amount£8749
Completion fee£1
Total amount payable£10,612.24
Representative APR8.9%
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