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Ford Mondeo parts

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Ford Mondeo parts online

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The Ford Mondeo car is classified by generations:

Ford Mondeo I (1992–2000)

Ford Mondeo II (2000–2007)

Ford Mondeo III (2007–2014)

Ford Mondeo IV (2014–2022)

Ford Mondeo parts online

You can find any part for these models by its OEM number – which is a code assigned by the original car manufacturer to the specific part. The part marked with this code is manufactured according to all technical requirements and certified by the manufacturer to meet the highest standards. You can find the code on the part itself or in a special database. If you don't know the code, simply write to us and we will send it to you shortly.

Ford Mondeo model

Ford Mondeo model

Ford Mondeo is a large family car that was first introduced in 1993. From the very beginning, it was called a global car and enjoyed great success throughout its production history.

This car marked a new era of refined design and driving quality for Ford. The first Mondeo introduced front-wheel drive - a revolutionary change for a car of this size from the blue oval brand.

The Mondeo was such an important car in its time that the former leader of the British Labour Party, Tony Blair, described the target voter as the "Mondeo Man" in 1996.

Overall, five generations of Ford Mondeo were released along with five updates. Unfortunately, due to declining sales and increasing demand for SUVs rather than sedans and wagons, Ford discontinued production of the Mondeo in Europe in March 2022.

Ford Mondeo technical data

Ford Mondeo technical data

The Ford Mondeo was produced in three body styles: 4-door sedan, 5-door liftback (a hatchback variant with a sloping roofline ranging from 45 to 5 degrees) and 5-door wagon.

Drivers could choose between front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive cars. The first two generations of Mondeo were produced using the CDW27 platform, while the third-generation model moved to the EUCD platform. The fourth-generation models use the CD4 platform, while the fifth-generation ones use the C2 platform.

The technical specifications of each Ford Mondeo car vary depending on the body type and modifications. The table below provides an overview of the technical specifications for the Ford Mondeo.

Ford Mondeo I
Gasoline: 1.6-2.5 l Diesel: 1.8 l
Horse power and max. speed
88-170 hp 175-225 km/h
fuel consumption
6,1–9,7 l
Ford Mondeo II
Gasoline: 1.8-3 l Diesel: 2-2.2 l
Horse power and max. speed
100-220 hp 192-243 km/h
fuel consumption
5,9–10,6 l
Ford Mondeo III
Gasoline: 1.6-2.5 l Diesel: 1.8-2.2 l
Horse power and max. speed
115-240 HP 185-246 km/h
fuel consumption
5,3–9,3 l
Ford Mondeo IV
Gasoline: 1.0-2 l Diesel: 1.6-2.2 l Hybrid
Horse power and max. speed
115-240 hp 187-240 km/h
fuel consumption
3,6–7,6 l

What Ford Mondeo parts can you find at Bauto

If you have experienced any of these or other Ford Mondeo malfunctions, Bauto has all the original spare parts for this model. Choose only original and certified quality parts for repair, so that you can leave the garage with a car that maintains all its operating properties as if it were new.

Engine and engine parts
Engine electrical equipment
Fuel supply system
Cooling system
Exhaust system
Engine and gearbox suspension
Automatic transmission
Gear shifting mechanism
The Driveshaft
Front axle
Steering and suspension geometry
Rear axle
Brake mechanism
Pedal mechanisms and control
Seats / salon

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The most common Ford Mondeo problems

The most common Ford Mondeo problems

  • Interior lighting won't turn off
  • Gearbox block is rattling
  • Window won't go down on time
  • Engine is making strange noises
  • Fuel gauge problems
  • Power steering issues
  • Noisy power steering system
  • Air conditioning malfunctions
  • Remote unlocking problems
  • Fuel line issues
  • Handbrake lever and clutch problems
  • Front axle shaking
  • Metal clanking from the trunk (in station wagons)
  • Engine starting problems
  • 5th gear won't engage (in manual transmissions)
  • Oil leakage
  • Front headlights keep turning off
  • Quick wear of front headlight bulbs and windshield wipers

Ford Mondeo Generations Review

Ford Mondeo I (1992–2000)

The first generation Ford Mondeo was a global project that replaced the 11-year-old Ford Sierra in the market. It promised to be much better, safer, and more frequently sold.

The biggest change after the Ford Sierra was that the rear-wheel drive was replaced with front-wheel drive, and the automatic Ford Mondeo gearbox allowed the driver to choose between an economic or sporty mode, which was a novelty at that time.

According to unofficial data, Ford Mondeo was created for 6 years before being released on the market. It was one of the most expensive Ford projects, costing around £3 billion.

The first generation Mondeo car was available with CLX, GLX, Si, and Ghia trim levels.

Optional equipment was essentially what is considered a standard feature in modern cars – air conditioning, side airbags, traction control, and cruise control.

Ford Mondeo also had a heated front windscreen called "Quickclear", which first appeared in the Ford Granada model in 1985 and is still used today.

The automotive press criticized Ford for unreliable handling of models such as the Escort and Orion, but the Mondeo was an exception – its complex suspension design ensured the best driving dynamics in its class.

Main Features:

L4 and L6 engines
Front-wheel drive | all-wheel drive
Automatic and manual gearboxes


Model: Ford Mondeo
Engine: 1.6i | 1.8i | 1.8L TDI | 2.0i | 2.5i
Horsepower: 88-205
Torque: 135-220 Nm
Transmission: 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic


Well-handled, maneuverable
Soft, comfortable
Economical and affordable


Many minor faults
In 1996, the first facelift of the first Mondeo generation was introduced, which only kept the doors, roof, and rear panels of the original model. Sometimes, this update is considered the second generation of Ford Mondeo.

Review of Ford Mondeo Models by Generation

Ford Mondeo II (2000-2007)

The first generation facelift was discontinued in 2000 and was replaced by the significantly improved second generation Mondeo. This was a larger, safer, and more attractive car than its predecessor.

The changes made to the Mondeo helped solidify its position among the class leaders, and many publications quickly recognized it as one of the best cars in Great Britain.

Safety features included front seat belt pretensioners, load limiters, driver and passenger airbags, side and head airbags, and 3-point rear seat belts. The car received a 4-star rating in the Euro NCAP safety assessment.

In addressing the flaws of the previous generation, such as cramped rear seats and uncompetitive diesel engines, Ford extended the wheelbase in this model, creating more space, and installed new Duratorq diesel engines. Attention was also paid to the interior, which lost its rounded shapes and became more solid and higher quality.

The most popular Mondeo trim was the LX. These models were equipped with cruise control, air conditioning, radio and CD player, power steering, multifunctional on-board computer, and halogen headlights. Additionally, heated rear seats, automatic headlights, and rain-sensing wipers were available as optional extras.

Main Features:

L4 and L6 engines
Front-wheel drive
Automatic and manual transmissions


Model: Ford Mondeo
Engine: 1.8L | 2.0L | 2.5i | 3L | 2.0L TDCi | 2.2L TDCi
Horsepower: 90-226
Torque: 296-691 Nm
Transmission: 5, 6-speed manual and 5-speed automatic


Spacious cabin
Attractive design


Poor sound insulation
Large turning radius

What remained from the previous Mondeo model were the brakes and suspension, so the third generation Mondeo was a completely new and highly sought-after car.

Ford Mondeo Generations Review

Ford Mondeo III (2007-2014)

The premiere of the third generation Ford Mondeo was impressive, and even more impressive was the fact that this model appeared at the beginning of the movie "Casino Royale". The seven-year production of the third generation Ford Mondeo once again confirmed its position as the main British road transport vehicle.

The design and quality of the third generation Mondeo were significantly improved, making it a true competitor to models such as the BMW 3 Series and the Mercedes-Benz C-Class. The exterior of this model was inspired by Ford's "Kinetic Design" principles, while the interior features a luxurious, high-end interior and a plethora of useful features.

This generation Mondeo was the first to receive a full five-star Euro NCAP safety rating. This was achieved by using additional airbags, standard traction control, and electronic stability control (ESP). Other safety technologies included blind spot warning systems, lane departure warnings, and automatic high-beam headlights.

The fourth generation Mondeo was offered with Edge, Zetec, Titanium, Titanium X, or Titanium X Sport packages, with the most popular being the Titanium package. Under the hood, the Mondeo offered a variety of engines, with the 2.0L TDCi Duratorq 140 HP diesel engine garnering the most interest.

Main Features:

L4 and L5 engines
Front-wheel drive
Automatic and manual transmissions


Model: Ford Mondeo
Engine: 1.6L / Duratec Ti-VCT / EcoBoost / Duratorq TDCi | 1.8L TDCi | 2.0L Duratec / EcoBoost | 2.0L TDCi | 2.3L | 2.2L Duratorq TDCi | 2.5L
Horsepower: 115-220
Torque: 160-420 Nm
Transmission: 5, 6-speed manual, 6-speed automatic


Attractive design
Quality interior
Comfortable car


Small trunk
Quick depreciation
In technological terms, this was one of the most advanced Ford cars, and in 2007, it was recognized as one of the two Cars of the Year along with the Subaru Legacy Outback in "Top Gear" show.

Review of Ford Mondeo models by generation

Ford Mondeo IV (2014–2022)

The fourth and final generation of the Ford Mondeo was introduced at the North American International Auto Show. This model was characterized by greater refinement and luxury features.

Compared to previous models, the interior quality of the fourth generation noticeably improved, with a large information and entertainment technology screen playing a major role. Every surface of the cabin was made from high-quality materials, and the range of equipment, as always, was extensive. There were also numerous engine options available, but the introduction of the hybrid variant garnered the most attention.

As with previous generations, the Ford Mondeo was available as a hatchback, estate, or sedan. Unusually, the estate's boot was slightly smaller than the hatchback's (525 and 550 litres, respectively), although the estate was better suited to an active lifestyle.

Main Features:

5 and 6 cylinder engines
Front-wheel drive
Automatic and manual transmissions


Model: Ford Mondeo
Engine: 1.5L EcoBoost | 1.6L TDCi | 2.0L EcoBoost / TDCi / TDCi ECOnetic / Hybrid
Horsepower: 115–240
Torque: 174–400 Nm
Transmission: 6-speed manual, 6 and 8-speed automatic, CVT automatic


Very comfortable
Wide range of engine options
Modern and attractive interior and exterior design


Not as enjoyable to drive as previous models
High fuel consumption
In 2021, Ford announced the discontinuation of Mondeo production in Europe and North America, but in 2022, a modern and distinctive fifth-generation Mondeo was introduced in China.

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