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Dont touch with a very long stick

Advantages: When it runs, it is a nice drive
Disadvantages: Can not be relied on. Always breaks down

In Short, the most unreliable car I have ever had. The good points. It is quick, handles well, very good on fuel. Comfy to drive, happily drive it to Scotland and still feel fresh. The interior is well equiped and the CD player is spot on! The pro ...

theadam4 05.06.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Ford Mondeo Estate 2.0i 16V TDCi SIV

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Good for a company car

Advantages: Very comfortable, heated/cooled leather seats, lots of torque, great MPG
Disadvantages: Still quite diesel noisy, stalls easily when pulling away.

This is not a car I would ever get myself but it is acceptable if offered by companies. It offers lots of luxuries that make long journeys that little bit more comfortable: Cruise control, electronically adjusted leather heated/cooled seats, and loads ...

lcharm 03.06.2006 · Read full review
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Review of Ford Mondeo Estate 2.0i 16V TDCi SIV

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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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Fill my booty

Advantages: Reliable and cheap to run
Disadvantages: Air conditioning and lack of style

Last year I did something for the very first time at the ripe old age of 39 and before you ask it was not my virginity that I lost as that is very much intact and I'm still as pure as driven snow. What actually happened was that I became a car owner. All ...

atticusuk 26.06.2006 · Read full review
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Review of Ford Focus Estate 1.8 TDCi Duratorq

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My trusty Focus estate.

Advantages: Frugal, spacious, built well, handles brilliantly, looks pretty good...
Disadvantages: Not the quietest of diesels.

...another car. I wanted something economic as I do a hell of a lot of mileage so I wanted a diesel. In the end I got the car I'm writing this review on: A 1999 (V) Ford Focus 1.8TDdi [AC] LX Estate. It cost me £1,600. Got 104K miles ...

Ant309 27.04.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Ford Focus Estate 1.8 TDCi Duratorq

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