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Ford Mondeo Saloon 2.0 TiVCT Hybrid EV Titanium 5k 36m lease 35 x £134.87 + £1213.87 initial + £180 admin = £6,114.28 @ LeaseCars4Less.Com
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Ford Mondeo Saloon 2.0 TiVCT Hybrid EV Titanium 5k 36m lease 35 x £134.87 + £1213.87 initial + £180 admin = £6,114.28 @ LeaseCars4Less.Com

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Works out at £169 per month net. A steal. I suspect it may be a miss price.
But only 5K?
8k per annum is significantly more expensive, so this may be mid priced.
Excellent price if honoured.
x7RK06/10/2019 07:36

Works out at £169 per month net. A steal. I suspect it may be a miss price.


I agree. On the website it has the same car and lease format at double the price so definitely a misprice.
aspc6806/10/2019 08:07

I agree. On the website it has the same car and lease format at double the …I agree. On the website it has the same car and lease format at double the price so definitely a misprice.


Apols, that is for 10k but one hell of a jumps still suggests misprice.
Wow, would jump at that if only it was more mileage
Amazing deal. Also available for an extra 12 months at a similar price.
Do you need gap insurance with lease cars? This is v tempting
Andymack11206/10/2019 08:17

Do you need gap insurance with lease cars? This is v tempting


Generally you are covered in the first year by fully comp car insurance, though a 2 year gap is generally £80-120
5k in a Mondeo seems a bit pointless, 8f you do that few miles per year you would drive a smaller car... Which you could buy for less than the three year total cost.
JJ6906/10/2019 08:23

5k in a Mondeo seems a bit pointless, 8f you do that few miles per year …5k in a Mondeo seems a bit pointless, 8f you do that few miles per year you would drive a smaller car... Which you could buy for less than the three year total cost.


If you need a large boot and want comfort a smaller car might not suffice though
Is that automatic transmission?
I didn’t even know Mondeos still existed
dogwalker106/10/2019 09:01

I didn’t even know Mondeos still existed


Not for long, its on its way out
dogwalker106/10/2019 09:01

I didn’t even know Mondeos still existed



There are strong hints that this will be the last generation Mondeo, allong with the S-Max and Galaxy.
A shame as mondeos are superb cars and match the German equivalents in a number of areas.
118luke06/10/2019 09:12

There are strong hints that this will be the last generation Mondeo, …There are strong hints that this will be the last generation Mondeo, allong with the S-Max and Galaxy. A shame as mondeos are superb cars and match the German equivalents in a number of areas.


Had a couple myself over the years. The v6 had a nice engine but suffered gearbox issues... why are they removing the model?
FYI, it’s seems to be a mild hybrid, not a PHEV as I thought it might be.
1.4kwh battery
Meh!
I had one of these as a rental car in the US. They call it a Fusion. Its not a grest car. Hybrid batteries kill off a lot of boot space. Also, the CVT gearbox is noisy. As its not a PHEV, you'll get the same kind of economy from a diesel.
balsingh45806/10/2019 09:36

I had one of these as a rental car in the US. They call it a Fusion. Its …I had one of these as a rental car in the US. They call it a Fusion. Its not a grest car. Hybrid batteries kill off a lot of boot space. Also, the CVT gearbox is noisy. As its not a PHEV, you'll get the same kind of economy from a diesel.


Had a mondeo a while back: rubbish car for the money in my opinion, terrible reliability. Got rid of it ASAP and it don’t surprised me that they’re being discontinued soon ( according to Grand Tour)
Just a way to collect your details I imagine. Like most "mis-priced items" it's just a way to get around gdpr and collect your data.
Tanni4play06/10/2019 09:39

Had a mondeo a while back: rubbish car for the money in my opinion, …Had a mondeo a while back: rubbish car for the money in my opinion, terrible reliability. Got rid of it ASAP and it don’t surprised me that they’re being discontinued soon ( according to Grand Tour)


My experience has been the exact opposite. Put 40k on a used Mondeo purchased with 50k on it from Cargiant over 3 years, admittedly mostly motorway miles. Not one single issue, not even brake pads changed - changed only the tyres once and of course regular services from Kwikfit. I have a habit of changing oil every 5K on any car. Maybe that would've helped. Obviously anecdotal, your mileage may vary.
Tanni4play06/10/2019 09:39

Had a mondeo a while back: rubbish car for the money in my opinion, …Had a mondeo a while back: rubbish car for the money in my opinion, terrible reliability. Got rid of it ASAP and it don’t surprised me that they’re being discontinued soon ( according to Grand Tour)



My experience has been the exact opposite. Still got mine (the wife uses it) 10 years after i bought it.
Very very rare that anything goes wrong with it.
youtube.com/wat…S88

Not a great review, the same guy liked the diesel mondeo 3 years ago.
loofer06/10/2019 09:31

FYI, it’s seems to be a mild hybrid, not a PHEV as I thought it might b …FYI, it’s seems to be a mild hybrid, not a PHEV as I thought it might be.1.4kwh batteryMeh!


I've heard that term "mild hybrid"recently, it was in regard to a new Mazda engine, it's not got a battery at all, it's a "hybrid" between a petrol and diesel. Basically a petrol with claimed diesel mpg. Marketing nonsense basically.
Whereas this is an actual , normal hybrid, surely?
Tanni4play06/10/2019 09:39

Had a mondeo a while back: rubbish car for the money in my opinion, …Had a mondeo a while back: rubbish car for the money in my opinion, terrible reliability. Got rid of it ASAP and it don’t surprised me that they’re being discontinued soon ( according to Grand Tour)


Which year / model did you get and what was the issues you had? Mondeos can be great 2nd hand buys as they depreciate heavily and you can get a high spec'd car quite cheaply. However reliability is another thing. I'd stay clear of their hybrids though.
afroylnt06/10/2019 09:27

Had a couple myself over the years. The v6 had a nice engine but suffered …Had a couple myself over the years. The v6 had a nice engine but suffered gearbox issues... why are they removing the model?



Ford themselves have stated they arent currently planning to end it, but if you look at the sales figures for Mondeos they are absolutely rock bottom. Its basically fleet sales that are proping up the sales, private (brand new) mondeo buyers are very few.

Its car industry experts that are expecting Ford to kill off the mondeo very soon.
Look here comes a Ford Mondeo
Isn't he Mister Inconspicuous?

Great deal on this car and spec for a couple of grand a year, if it's not a misprice and 5,000 miles will cover you for getting about!
hcc2706/10/2019 09:45

My experience has been the exact opposite. Put 40k on a used Mondeo …My experience has been the exact opposite. Put 40k on a used Mondeo purchased with 50k on it from Cargiant over 3 years, admittedly mostly motorway miles. Not one single issue, not even brake pads changed - changed only the tyres once and of course regular services from Kwikfit. I have a habit of changing oil every 5K on any car. Maybe that would've helped. Obviously anecdotal, your mileage may vary.


You really don't need to change the oil every 5k these days. There is evidence it may actually be bad for the engine due to the additives in the oil boiling off in the early part of the oil's life. Changing oil 3 or 4 times more regularly than recommend just means 3 or 4 times more additives boiling off and sticking to other parts of the engine, eg the emissions systems, cat etc
But with all things oil, it's really an ecumenical matter....
what’s the excess mileage charge? 5K may not be an issue if this is low.
afroylnt06/10/2019 09:27

Had a couple myself over the years. The v6 had a nice engine but suffered …Had a couple myself over the years. The v6 had a nice engine but suffered gearbox issues... why are they removing the model?


That dont sell anymore
JJ6906/10/2019 08:20

Generally you are covered in the first year by fully comp car insurance, …Generally you are covered in the first year by fully comp car insurance, though a 2 year gap is generally £80-120


Best to double check this with your insurance as with a lease car you are not the owner so often are not covered with replacement vehicle. Have heard many stories where insurances settle figure without any probs but as Gap is so cheap It gives you peace of mind that you won’t be left trying to find the difference. It can also cover/refund initial payment which if paying eg 9mths upfront it could be a fair bit.
I can't see this on the website
5k. Okay if all you do is pootle to the shops. Cooooold
They won't honour this...
Notice how every car is now pretending to be electric... Must fit EV in name or self charging... Last year they were just hybrids
afroylnt06/10/2019 09:27

Had a couple myself over the years. The v6 had a nice engine but suffered …Had a couple myself over the years. The v6 had a nice engine but suffered gearbox issues... why are they removing the model?


Sales have continuously plummeted since the introduction of SUV/crossover vehicles. It is no longer a viable car to produce.
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