Best used 2015-present Ford Mondeo PCP finance deals

Looking for a large, comfortable and strong value hatchback or estate? The Ford Mondeo is a great option that could cost less than you think

James Allen
Nov 30, 2021

Not so long ago, cars like the Ford Mondeo were incredibly popular choices for drivers after 'ticks-all-the-boxes' family transport. However, that’s no longer the case nowadays - so much so, in fact, that Ford has confirmed there won’t be another Mondeo after the current car goes off sale in 2022.

While the Ford Mondeo hasn’t flown out of showrooms when brand new, it nevertheless makes an interesting case for itself as a used purchase - as it's very good value second-hand. This is especially the case if you’re after a good all-rounder that does a lot of things well as a comfy and spacious family car.

It fares particularly well in roominess terms - especially as the Ford Mondeo isn’t exactly what you’d call a small car. There’s enough room in front and rear seats for taller adults not to feel hemmed in on long car journeys, and the regular Mondeo’s luggage volume of 541 litres is also pretty good. If you need even more room than that, there’s also an estate version with up to 1,605 litres of cargo carrying capacity if you drop the rear seats down.

The Ford Mondeo fares well when it comes to comfort, too, thanks to the composed ride that helps take the strain out of longer journeys or drives on bumpy roads. This does mean this generation of Ford Mondeo isn’t as sporty to drive as its predecessors, though there’s more than enough agility here for day-to-day driving duties.

When new, the Ford Mondeo was available with an array of engine options, so there should be a few options out there to suit you, whatever your needs. Drivers who’ll regularly be covering lots of motorway miles will be best served by one of the diesel options (which, depending on the age of the car, will either be referred to as a ‘Duratorq’ or ‘EcoBlue’ engine), whereas the 'EcoBoost' petrols will be more for you if you’re willing to trade some fuel economy for slightly peppier performance.

There’s also a petrol-electric hybrid version, though finding one in a specific spec may be tricky as they tend to be much rarer than the regular petrol and diesel models, so there's much less choice.

Best Ford Mondeo PCP deals

Best Ford Mondeo Zetec deals

The entry-level version of the Ford Mondeo, the Zetec spec, is nevertheless a respectably well equipped trim level. Irrespective of whether you’re looking at a pre- or post-update car, Mondeo Zetecs come with an eight-inch touchscreen media system, dual-zone air-conditioning and cruise control. Even after the update, the kit list remained pretty much the same on the Zetec model.

Ford Mondeo Zetec
Used Ford Mondeo Zetec

BuyaCar prices from £10,999
Monthly finance from £188*

Best Ford Mondeo Titanium deals

The next rung up the Ford Mondeo trim level ladder, Titanium, came with the same equipment as Zetec cars, in addition to extras like keyless start and 18-inch alloy wheels that replaced the base car’s 17-inch items.

Later versions of the Ford Mondeo in Titanium spec also included heated and power-adjustable front seats. If you were specifically looking for a hybrid example, Titanium was the de-facto entry-level Ford Mondeo model for this petrol-electric version.

Ford Mondeo Titanium
Used Ford Mondeo Titanium

BuyaCar prices from £12,099
Monthly finance from £210*

Best Ford Mondeo ST-Line deals

If you are after a Ford Mondeo with a subtly sporty streak, then the ST-Line versions could be what you’re looking for. While they don’t boast any performance enhancements over the regular Ford Mondeo models, they are a little bit sportier to drive thanks to their slightly firmer suspension setup.

Other than cosmetic touches like the more aggressive exterior bodykit and sporty front seats, ST-Line versions of the Ford Mondeo are mechanically identical to Titanium cars.

Used Ford Mondeo ST-Line

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Best Ford Mondeo Vignale deals

The Vignale trim was the range-topping spec on the Ford Mondeo, which means it’s the version to go for if you’re after the plushest possible Mondeo. As well as the kit available on the less expensive grades, Vignale versions came as standard with a 12-speaker sound system, heated front seats and a heated steering wheel. Later models also came with built-in noise cancellation tech that can help reduce the effects of background sounds like wind noise and tyre roar.

Do bear in mind that the Vignale versions not only carry a price premium over the regular Mondeo models, but are also far less common. This is especially the case if you want to have a petrol-electric hybrid example.

Ford Mondeo Vignale
Used Ford Mondeo Vignale

BuyaCar prices from £17,000
Monthly finance from £261*

*Representative PCP finance - Ford Fiesta:

48 monthly payments of £192
Deposit: £0
Mileage limit: 8,000 per year
Optional final payment to buy car: £2,923
Total amount payable to buy car: £11,926
Total cost of credit: £2,426
Amount borrowed: £9,500
APR: 9.9%

BuyaCar is a credit broker, not a lender. Our rates start from 6.9% APR. The rate you are offered will depend on your individual circumstances.

 

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