Ford reveals Mondeo ST-Line trim level
27 June 2016
Author: Daniel Puddicombe
Ford has revealed a sporty ST-Line trim level for its Mondeo lower medium saloon and estate models.
The Mondeo ST-Line variants join the Fiesta and Focus ST-Line models, which went on sale earlier this month, in the firms line-up.
Power is provided by two 2.0-litre diesel engines - a 150hp unit which emits 112g/km of CO2 and returns 65.7mpg, and a 180hp version which offers 117g/km of CO2 and returns 62.8mpg.
Visually, the Mondeo features styling cues from the company's Performance range of vehicles, while adding sports suspension, different alloy wheels and sports seats.
"The new Mondeo ST-Line is our sportiest Mondeo since we introduced the Mondeo ST220 model in 2002," said Roelant de Waard, vice president, marketing, sales and service at Ford of Europe. "The Mondeo ST-Line adds another dimension to the broad Mondeo line-up."
"With our new ST-Line range even more customers can experience sporty style and driving dynamics inspired by our most exciting Ford Performance line-up ever, that includes models such as the Focus RS, the new Fiesta ST200 and Ford GT supercar" de Waard added.
The Mondeo goes on sale next month with first deliveries expected to commence in September. The Focus ST-Line model carries a premium of around £1000 when compared with an equivalent Style variant, so we're expecting the lower-powered Mondeo ST-Line vehicle to cost around £22.195.