Which? Magazine names the Ford Mondeo as the Greenest Family Car
For the second straight year, the Ford Mondeo has won the title of Greenest Family Car in Which? Magazine’s awards.
The Mondeo’s blend of energy-saving features and engine efficiency has given it a well-earned reputation for high economy. It uses reshaped LED headlights to provide maximum visibility without draining the battery, and a low suspension system that hugs corners and adapts to bumpier road surfaces to keep the ride smooth.
Ford offers a wide choice of engines for the model, which is available as both a five-door hatchback and a reliable estate car. Each of the 1.6-litre, 2.0-litre and 2.2-litre versions provides consistent power with a high combined MPG, allowing drivers to put more mileage between their trips to the petrol station. Using the most powerful 2.2-litre diesel engine available, the Mondeo posts a 0-60 time of just over eight seconds and a top speed of roughly 140mph. It also comfortably meets strict EURO 5 standards for low CO2 emissions.
As you’d expect from any Ford vehicle, the Mondeo is exceptionally safe on each journey that you make. Standard equipment for the car includes height-adjustable seatbelts, electronic assistance systems and a reassuringly high number of surrounding airbags. There’s also plenty of entertainment and useful technology in the cabin, from the Bluetooth connection for hands-free calls, to the Ford Human-Machine Interface with wheel-mounted controls, keeping the driver as efficient as the vehicle.
Get in touch with our team at City Motor Holdings to find out more about the economical Ford Mondeo today. A brand new version of the car is expected for an early 2013 release, with a refreshed look and design for the new year.
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