In view of the current fuel prices (and the tank discount that will soon expire), the economical full hybrid should be very popular. Especially when it’s in as good condition as this example.
Two previous owners and 15,000 km mileage
The FHEV (Full Hybrid Electric Vehicle), as Ford calls its full hybrid, combines a two-liter, four-cylinder petrol engine with an electric motor and provides the driver with a system output of 188 hp. With this performance, the sedan accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 9.2 seconds and has a top speed of 187 km/h.
Probably the most exciting value of the Mondeo FHEV is the consumption: In 2019, Ford specified this as 4.1 to 4.5 liters per 100 kilometers (NEDC).
Well-equipped sedan – comfort as standard
The risk of getting a badly equipped Mondeo sedan is small. The model was recently only offered in the variants “Titanium” and “Vignale” and thus always had a lavish standard equipment.
Anyone who wanted to order the full hybrid as a new car two years ago had to pay at least 41,000 euros for the Titanium and 47,000 euros for the Vignale.
In comparison, the price of the little-used Mondeo seems almost fantastic: The Mondeo, which was first registered at the end of 2019 and has 15,000 kilometers on the clock, is in the yard at “König am Hessenring” in Eschwege (Hesse) for 26,950 euros and is definitely worth a look value.