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Ford Mondeo Leasing

The Ford Mondeo has long been the default choice for those looking for a big car feel with superior driving dynamics, and all at a reasonable price. Across 5 disparate generations, the Mondeo has matured over the years, to the point that the Mk5 has become much more luxurious and refined, yet still offers great value. With the midsized family car segment more competitive than ever, it’s a good thing this version is the most advanced yet.
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Perfect for long motorway miles.

Luxurious and spacious.

Efficient engine range.

  • The Mondeo is spacious inside and is up there with the best in its class in that respect, capable of comfortably fitting 4 adults plus a child in the centre-rear seat. The hatchback’s rear opening makes loading larger items easy enough and the 541 litres of boot space with the rear seats up is a better offering than that of the Mazda6, though trails the Volkswagen Passat and Skoda Superb.

    If you need even more space, the estate version is the one to choose. The low load lip won’t have you straining your back, and with the seats folded flat you get a decent 1605 litres of boot space as opposed to the hatchback’s 1437 litres in this configuration.

  • If you’re looking for ultimate efficiency, the base 150hp diesel powerplant is the one to get. It manages 57mpg when equipped with a manual gearbox, dropping to around 52mpg with the automatic. The more potent 190hp diesel is hardly less efficient, offering 50mpg when equipped with the standard automatic – the optional 4-wheel-drive powertrain lowers this to 46mpg.

    The petrol hybrid offers a combined 50mpg, which is admittedly not as impressive as some rival offerings. Unlike plug-in hybrids, this set-up uses a small battery which is replenished when the car is driving normally, meaning it can operate in purely electric mode only for short periods. From a running cost point of view, the hybrid Mondeo does fall into a slightly lower tax category than the diesels.

Models Available

Ford Mondeo Hatchback

The 5-door hatchback body style offers seating for 5, and can be had in all of the engine and drivetrain configurations on offer.

Ford Mondeo Estate

The estate offers the same passenger space as the hatchback but its more practical rear extends the load-carrying capacity by 168 litres.

Trim Levels

ZetecTitaniumST-LineVignaleThe base Zetec trim comes equipped with 17-inch alloy wheels, LED tail lights, front and rear parking sensors, 8-inch touchscreen and driver aids such as lane keep assist, automatic headlights and pre-collision assist.

The Ford Mondeo Vs Competitors

The Mondeo used to be the default sporty choice in this segment, but this latest model is an altogether more refined and laid-back offering. The high-quality and spacious interior comes with plenty of standard kit, and it matches up well to rivals such as the Volkswagen Passat and the Skoda Superb, although both offer slightly more cargo space. The Mazda6 is now the sporty choice and has an equally impressive interior. Pricier alternatives like the BMW 3 Series and Audi A4 offer the latest in-car tech but, when viewed as a complete package, the Ford Mondeo remains a tough act to beat.
  • The Ford Mondeo has generally scored well in reliability reviews. It’s been on sale for a number of years now, which usually means any niggling issues have been ironed out. An industry standard 3-year/60,000-mile warranty is offered on all new Fords.

  • The Ford Mondeo hatchback offers 541 litres of boot space, extending to 1437 litres with the rear seats lowered. The estate offers slightly less space with the rear seats up (500 litres) but is more spacious with them down, at 1605 litres.

  • The Mondeo is available in Zetec, Titanium, ST-Line and Vignale trims. The ST-Line adds a touch of sportiness with larger wheels and firmer suspension. The Vignale is all about luxury, with 10-way electric heated, cooled and massaging front seats finished in perforated leather.

  • Yes, every Mondeo comes equipped with front and rear parking sensors as standard.

  • The current-generation Ford Mondeo has been on sale in the UK since 2014, and even earlier in other markets. Ford has stated that it will be discontinued in early 2022.

  • The Mondeo is a fantastic leasing option which feels like a more substantial car than its price point would suggest. It’s as comfortable as some of the more expensive alternatives in the segment and few rivals offer such a composed ride, especially over poor surfaces.

  • Leasing a Ford Mondeo with Vanarama is the smartest way to upgrade what you drive. Not only will you get the best price, guaranteed with our Price Promise*, there’s also no hidden fees, extra protection should the worst happen and access to expert advice when you need it! What are you waiting for? Find your New Lease Of Life today!

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