Ford Mondeo Interior

RRP from
£19,450
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£2,717
Seats
5
Boot (seats up)
541 litres
Boot (seats down)
1,437 litres

Testers have plenty of positive things to say about the Mondeo’s interior. Material quality was the biggest problem of the old model and Ford has improved it quite a bit. A large central touchscreen takes care of most of the infotainment controls but big, simple buttons for the ventilation system remain. The overall design is far neater and more pleasing on the eye than in the model it replaces.

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Material quality was the biggest problem of the old model and Ford has improved it quite a bit. A large central touchscreen takes care of most of the infotainment controls but big, simple buttons for the ventilation system remain. The overall design is far neater and more pleasing on the eye than in the model it replaces.

Quality is good but the infotainment can't match a VW Passat

Mat Watson
carwow expert
Infotainment

It’s not without fault, though  – the touchscreen infotainment system can take a little getting used to thanks to its small icons that can make some tasks a little fiddly. Programming a destination in the sat-nav is way more complicated than it should be if you’re eager to crack on with a long journey ahead of you.

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Available trims
Zetec Edition RRP from £19,450
ST-Line RRP from £21,895
Titanium Edition RRP from £23,095
ST-Line Edition RRP from £24,195

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