Equipment and Safety
The Mondeo range starts with the Zetec, which gets 17 Alloy wheels, Parking sensors, Keyless go, cruise control, and heated seats and steering wheel. You can upgrade that to Titanium which adds an 8 inch touchscreen with Ford SYNC 3, automatic lights and wipers, and additional safety features, like lane keep assist, and traffic sign recognition. Or you can have the sporty ST line which gets 18 inch wheels, sports pedals, sports seats, sports suspension and a sporty bodykit.
As for infotainment, Ford SYNC 3 is better than Ford SYNC 1 and 2 but it’s still not quite to the same standard as what’s being offered in some of its competitors. It does its job quite well – phone syncing is painless, the SatNav is a particularly nice one to use, and the Sony soundsystem it’s attached to makes a pretty impressive din in the cabin. But in terms of graphics and responsiveness, it’s simply not as good as other rivals in the class, the most obvious example being the Volkswagen Passat.