2010 Ford Mondeo Upgrade

The lovely For Mondeo has got yet another update, this time in term of powertrains.

There’s a newly developed EcoBoost petrol unit, and the significantly upgraded TDCi diesels available with three stages of power to satisfy everyone’s needs.

All of these engines are optimized for fuel economy and lower emissions, but Ford has not taken the performance for granted! The 2.0-litre Ford Duratorq TDCi which meets Stage V emission regulations can be had with 115, 140 and 163 PS. And it’s very high tech as well, as it features new solenoid fuel injectors. The average fuel consumption for this engine is 53.2mpg with CO2 emission of 139g/km.


The 2.0-litre EcoBoost has an advanced combustion system which brings new levels of performance and fuel efficiency to petrol units in this power range. The power unit features lightweight all-aluminium construction, a high-pressure direct-injection system, low-inertia turbocharging and twin-independent variable cam timing. So it churns out a healthy 203 PS and maximum torque of 300 Nm.


The petrol unit does 0 to 100 km/h in 7.9 seconds and has a top speed of 232 mph (144 mph), and yet delivers 36.6mpg and average CO2 emission of just 179g/km.

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