Ford slashes Mon­deo price range

The Press and Journal (Inverness) - - YOUR CAR -

Ford has cut the price of its pop­u­lar Mon­deo, with up to £3,000 taken off the cost of the sa­loon car.

As well as a price re­duc­tion – the new Mon­deo line-up now starts at £19,445, £2,500 cheaper than be­fore – the en­tire range has been sim­pli­fied, bring­ing it down from seven cars to five.

All mod­els still re­ceive sat­nav, DAB dig­i­tal ra­dio and au­ton­o­mous brak­ing as stan­dard, as well as front and rear park­ing sen­sors and cruise con­trol.

The line-up starts with the Zetec Edi­tion spec­i­fi­ca­tion, lead­ing to ST-Line Edi­tion, Ti­ta­nium Edi­tion and the top-of-the-range Vig­nale.

With the ma­jor­ity of Mon­deos used as com­pany or lease cars, Ford has re­duced prices across the range to min­imise tax li­a­bil­ity. This sees £3,000 taken off the price of Vig­nale-spec cars, £2,500 from Zetec and ST-Line Edi­tions and £2,000 from Ti­ta­nium Edi­tion ve­hi­cles.

The new Ti­ta­nium Edi­tion comes fit­ted with heated leather seats as stan­dard, while the top-spec Vig­nale has been bol­stered thanks to the Nero pack – this in­cludes 19-inch dark tar­nish al­loy wheels and dark­ened fog lamp bezels, lower grille and side strips.

First de­liv­er­ies of the new Mon­deo line-up are set for Novem­ber.

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