The 2015 Ford Mondeo hatch and wagon will start from $32,790 plus on-roads when it arrives in May.
The 2015 Ford Mondeo hatch and wagon will start from $32,790 plus on-roads when it arrives in May.

2015 Ford Mondeo will start from $32,790 plus on-roads

PRICES for the Ford Mondeo will start from $32,790 plus on-roads when the new model arrives in May.

Available in Ambiente, Trend and Titanium models, the top-shelf wagon variant will start from $49,340.

Three engines will be available:

  • 2.0-litre four-cylinder 149kW/345Nm EcoBoost petrol
  • 2.0-litre four-cylinder 132kW/400Nm TDCi diesel
  • 2.0-litre four-cylinder 177kW/345Nm EcoBoost petrol

Trend and Titanium models will offer the higher-output 177kW version of the EcoBoost engine or the 2.0-litre TDCi diesel. Ambiente is only available with the 149kW donk or the oil-burner. 

All petrol variants will be offered standard with a SelectShift six-speed transmission, while the TDCi models have Ford's PowerShift six-speed transmission.

Standard equipment will include 16-inch alloys, SYNC2 informtainment system with 20.3cm  touch-screen, daytime running lights, LED tail lamps, fog lamps, heated exterior mirrors, front and rear parking sensors, satellite navigation, dual zone climate control, paddle shifters, 60/40 split rear seats and digital radio.

The Mondeo range will also be the first Ford in Australia to feature nine airbags, including the company's new inflatable rear seatbelts.

2015 Ford Mondeo prices

Hatch 

Ambiente

2.0 EcoBoost $32,790

2.0 TDCi $36,790

Trend  

2.0 EcoBoost $37,290

2.0 TDCi $40,490

Titanium

2.0 EcoBoost $44,290

2.0 TDCi FWD $47,490  

Wagon

Ambiente

2.0 EcoBoost $34,640

2.0 TDCi $38,640

Trend

2.0 TDCi $42,340

Titanium

2.0 TDCi $49,340

Prestige paint $450    



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