Watch our video review of the new 2015 Ford Mondeo.
Three years ago, give or take a week, we published the first official photos of the new Ford Mondeo, released during its US launch as the Fusion. Naturally, this begs the question: just what has the Blue Oval been up to for the last three years? We spent our time at the UK launch of the new 2015 Mondeo trying to find out...
Taking inspiration from VIP air travel and concierge services, Ford will launch a Vignale (pronounced: Vin-ya-lay) sub-brand, starting with the Mondeo in early 2015.
Ford has announced upgraded versions of its Mondeo range, including new Graphite and Titanium X Business Edition models, priced at £15,995 and £21,995 respectively
Ford’s next generation Mondeo for Europe will be equipped with the award-winning 1.0-litre EcoBoost petrol engine, making it the largest-ever Ford vehicle to be fitted with such a small displacement engine.
Revealed in America as the mid-size Ford Fusion, this all-new car signals the next-generation Ford Mondeo for world markets. The new Mondeo version pictured is due in Europe in the first quarter of 2013.
The Ford Mondeo will receive a restyled exterior, enhanced interior, plus new high-efficiency Ford EcoBoost petrol and TDCi diesel powertrains for the 2011 model year
The face-lifted Ford Mondeo will debut at the 2010 Moscow International Automobile Salon on August 25, ahead of its October 2010 UK arrival
The Ford Mondeo range now features high efficiency Ford EcoBoost petrol-injection turbo and upgraded Ford Duratorq TDCi diesel engines
Ford is boosting its Mondeo ECOnetic range, with the introduction of a new, 2.0-litre 115 PS Mondeo ECOnetic capable of combined cycle economy of 54.3mpg and 139g/km CO2, priced from £20,145
The Ford Mondeo Estate 2.0 TDCi Titanium auto has beaten tough competition to be awarded overall winner in the second annual Towcar Awards, as judged by experts from What Car?, Practical Caravan and The Camping and Caravanning Club
The multi-award winning Ford Mondeo is set to extend its premium sporty appeal with the introduction of a new flagship - the Titanium X Sport - which features sports suspension and equipment upgrades for £25,355