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FORD Mondeo Wagon Models/Series Timeline, Specifications & Photos

Generations: 8
First production year: 1993
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel, Hybrid gasoline
Body style: Wagon (station wagon, estate, combi, touring)
 

2019 - Present

The Ford Mondeo was introduced to the market in 1993 and it was produced ever since. In 2014 it reached its fourth generation, but it had to be refreshed due to European regulations. The fourth generation of the Mondeo received an ample facelift in 2019. It wasn't only for the looks but for the technological part as well. Due to its cavernous trunk space, the station-wagon version was one of the roomiest cars in its class. The exterior of the car featured a new trapezoidal grille shape with a 3D effect. For the Titanium trim levels, it featured horizontal chrome slats. The lower a...

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gasoline engines:

  FORD Mondeo Wagon 1.5L EcoBoost 6AT (165 HP)

  FORD Mondeo Wagon 1.5L EcoBoost 6MT (165 HP)

hybrid gasoline engines:

  FORD Mondeo Wagon 2.0L iVCT CVT (187 HP)

 

2015 - 2018

The station wagon market in Europe has two main contenders: the Volkswagen Passat and the Ford Mondeo. Both are fighting for the supremacy in the medium-segment station wagon market. The Passat is ruling, but Ford is relentlessly charging. In 2015 it launched a new generation of the Mondeo Wagon (station-wagon) for the masses. So, if someone will need a vehicle fit to carry big loads of furniture from the Ikea local store, they can choose the Mondeo Wagon. Its big tailgate, up to 1630 liters (57.5 cu-ft) of trunk space and diesel engines makes it a good option. In some markets, it was of...

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2007 - 2014

The third generation of the Mondeo was introduced at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show and previewed as a hatchback in the 007 James Bond film, Casino Royale. The Mondeo was built on the same platform as the Mazda 6/Atenza, and it was not sold in the U.S., like the first generation where the Fusion model filled that segment. The vehicle was available as a four-door sedan, five-door hatchback, and a station-wagon. The hatchback was the first to be unveiled. Featuring a new design language, named kinetic-design, the Mondeo represented Ford's biggest car on the European market. Its front gr...

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2005 - 2007

While Ford was preparing the launch of the third generation of the Mondeo, its marketing department thought that the wagon still had something to say. It was one of the largest vehicles in its class, and the cavernous trunk was good to move a student from home to college into one trip without the need of a trailer attached. The big station-wagon was designed to fill the needs of a family who didn't want an MPV. With its rear seats folded, it was good enough as a sleeping place. With its triangular headlights swept over the hood and the slim curved trapezoidal grille, the Mondeo�...

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2003 - 2005

The Mondeo MKII station-wagon was highly appreciated by its customers due to its big trunk space. It received the first facelift in 2003, along with the rest of the range. While it was still a market leader in some countries, the Mondeo MKII received an update in the summer of 2003. The carmaker introduced new features and a few changes to the interior. The change was not necessary for the drivetrain since the following pollution norms were introduced in 2005 when Ford launched the second facelift for a car that lasted only seven years on the market. From the outside, the only noticeab...

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2000 - 2003

The second generation of the Mondeo Wagon appeared on the market in 2000, and it offered one of the biggest trunks in its car-segment. Soon after its introduction, the Mondeo became a market leader in several countries. Its new design was far away from its predecessor. It was a completely new design concept, named "New Edge Design." But Ford had to make some sacrifices and improved the car twice: in 2003 and 2005. On the outside, the Mondeo Wagon featured a mesh-grille at the front and triangular, swept-back headlights. A two-slats lower grille was installed in the lower bump...

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1996 - 2000

The first generation of the Mondeo was introduced in 1993 and soon after the customers started to complain about it. Ford offered a fix for those with the introduction of the 1996 version. The Mondeo was a billion-dollar car investment, and Ford didn't want to lose the hype that joined the launch of their latest sedan. It was a revolutionary vehicle, which replaced the RWD Sierra with the new FWD vehicle. Like the Sierra, the Mondeo was offered in a few body versions: sedan, hatchback, and station wagon. The 1996 Mondeo kept only about 35% parts from the 1993 model. The bigger hea...

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1993 - 1996

Ford invested one billion dollars in the Mondeo project, but the result was a global car available in three shapes: sedan, hatchback, and station wagon. The mid-size vehicle segment was changing, and Ford understood that it had to develop new ideas. First of all, it created an entirely new platform and switched from the rear-wheel-drive Sierra to the front-wheel-drive Mondeo. So, it made the mid-size vehicle a world car, but some versions didn't go to all the markets, such as the station-wagon. With its curved lines and slim headlights, the Mondeo was a revolutionary thinking vehi...

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