The Ford Mondeo Car That Evolves

When coming to choose the best possible salon car, most car magazines or other media Automotive will point you in the specific make and model, the Ford Mondeo. Ford Mondeo is a consistent and sell popular since its release in 1993. Back then it was a replacement for the popular Ford Sierra, which is a model ship for both the Ford car company, but began to lose steam. Ford Mondeo is meant to reinvigorate the design and bring a more ‘executive’ in the margins of producers who start running out of ideas.

Mondeo, which then began the rule of 20 + years in the saloon car market, which will not dissipate thank Ford for developing the design correctly. The current fall in the new design to the Ford ‘kinetic‘ design aesthetic, which is meant to represent the vehicle’s movement even when standing stock still. This sound a cliched’ go as far as design briefs, but in practice it actually works better and looks sharp.

Rather crude experiment to see how the Ford Mondeo has been developed over time, I have spent hours comparing the original Mk 1 Mondeo a new edition of Mark 4. The first impression is clearly very different, the Mk1 looks a bit too much like the old Sierra my taste, but that step in the right direction. Instead, MK4 like it was created by Mercedes during a cloning experiment gone wrong SLK. In short, looks fantastic.

The performance tests confirm the new edition of a clear dominance in the office before. A lap time trial race from the 3.4-mile race track, there is a clear winner, although both cars have 2.0 liter gasoline engine. As if you have not alleged that won by the MK 4 shame the old 6.3 seconds.

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