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Mondeo! Mon Dieu !

Advantages: Smooth, Comfortable, quick and reliable
Disadvantages: Snores louder than a tractor...

I had my Mondeo estate (company car) for about two years and I loved it! To give you some idea, last year I was offered a replacement (same year, same engine size) VW Passat (with leather seats!) and I turned it down. My main reason for preferring the Mo ...

livewyre 11.07.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Ford Mondeo Estate 2.0i DOHC 16V Duratec-HE

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Probably the best "hot" hatch out there!

Advantages: Relatively Fast, Spacious, Good Handling
Disadvantages: Fairly poor fuel consumption,

I could not wait to write a review on this car. I recently picked one up for around £4000 from a company called motoselect (as you can see from the pictures), which in my opinion is a fair price for the condition the car was in. I have the hatchback versi ...

Phil_Ransley 24.01.2006 · Read full review
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Review of Ford Focus Estate 2.0i 16V

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Dagenham's latest dog. New, but not improved

Advantages: Less road noise than the original
Disadvantages: Dire engine, awful brakes, etc....

I had a Ford Focus on a 04 plate which is the older style to this one I'm reviewing. It was a diesel hatchback model, however it had a terminal problem which meant I was given this newer 56 plate version as a replacement by my company. In this review I wi ...

buzzard_cad 22.02.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Ford Focus Estate 1.6

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Ford Focus LX 1.6 TDCi Estate

Advantages: Comfortable, good handling, nice driving position, economical, good load carrier, 3 year warranty - no servicing required.
Disadvantages: Not a lot of "extras as standard", no ISOFIX for child seat,

I own the 2005 (05) version which I bought at one year old with 14500 miles on the clock. So, after almost two years of ownership and me adding a further 18000 miles, would I recommend it? After trading in my Honda Civic (1996 reg), I can quite comf ...

bferg 25.01.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Ford Focus Estate 1.6 TDCi

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This new Focus is not as good as I expected

Advantages: neat, nippy, quiet, well-mannered, fairly frugal, loads of gadgets, alloy wheels
Disadvantages: not as solid as some competitors, electric window operation not ideal, slightly cramped interior

I used to be keen on cars. But not anymore. Now I just need something that does the biz and is as easy as possible to manage. So, for the past six years I had two Vauxhall Astra 1.8i ‘Life’ estate automatics and was broadly delighted with them. But this y ...

jasonford 05.04.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Ford Focus Zetec Estate Automatic 2012

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