2017 Ford Mondeo Specs And News
The new Fusion was recently launched and, contrary to what many say, actually came with a high performance version. This is more powerful than many of its competitors and finally put Ford on the map for family sedans. The European version of the car, on the other hand, receives your upgrade with the 2017 Ford Mondeo in the fall of 2016, most likely at the Paris Motor Show. While so far has not been all that much detail disclosed or told about him, the car is very likely will follow the same recipe as the US model of merger.
From what we saw in the Fusion, the 2017 Ford Mondeo will be very stylish and attractive. For starters, the front bumper has been refined. The model will also feature a new grille. In the Fusion, the manufacturer opted for a more conventional grid, as opposed to the current that is adopted by Aston Martin. The new headlights are thinner. The facade will also feature new fog light features. The back will be connected to a revised rear bumper and a modified exhaust system. The taillights on the other hand connect with new graphics as well as a fusion. If the Mondeo ST is offered to imitate the V6 Sport (very unlikely), we expect the Mondeo ST offers a very aggressive exterior with a grid of bright black mesh, take the deeper air, a rear spoiler and two points escape. It will be mounted on 19-inch wheels. Ford has also added a new luxury platinum plate facing the Fusion that could point to a Vignale Mondeo in Europe. This cut will have a finished grill on a magnetic tone and polished 19-inch wheels.
2017 Ford Mondeo cab will also be updated for comfort, convenience and safety. To begin with, Ford will use the SYNC 3 infotainment system, which improves cabin connectivity. The vehicle will also be equipped with a pedestrian detection system, track keeping assistance, cross traffic alert, parking assist system and blind spot tracking. The top of the range Mondeo Vignale (Platinum trim) is specifically tuned to offer high-end functionality to compete with other mid-sized luxury sedans. Ford has not yet captured the Mondeo Vignale middle market premium and will be a step towards achieving this party. Passing style Platinum Fusion, Mondeo Vignale will have high-end features. Leather is the standard upholstery material on the seats. The door panels and dashboard is wrapped in aged cocoa leather while the steering wheel is wrapped in leather Venetian. The cabin will be erased and will feature a rotating shift dial and a few buttons and buttons.
Turbo gasoline engines of 1, 1.5 and 2 liters will bring no change to the 2017 Ford Mondeo. These offer between 125 and 245 horsepower, but it should be noted that some markets will receive some of them, not all three. Two diesel engines will also be offered with powers ranging from 110 to 230 horsepower. These are probably one of the best-selling engines in the new 2017 Ford Mondeo thanks to low power consumption and good performance. The next version of ST car, on the other hand, it is expected to get a twin V6 2.7-liter turbocharged. This Eco Boost unit should develop 325 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque and should make the Mondeo the fastest car in its class, or at least in its price range. This option is available only with all-wheel drive only with a new automatic gearbox is able to handle all this power.
According to rumors, the updated Mondeo will be presented at the Paris Motor Show in October before going on sale later as a 2017 model vehicle. Regarding the price, do not expect a lot to very current prices. At present, the 2017 Ford Mondeo starts at £ 20,795.