Do Ford Mondeos have a Cambelt?

Do Ford Mondeos have a Cambelt?

Does a 2008 Ford Mondeo have a timing belt or chain? Under the bonnet, all engines in the line-up are chain driven, meaning that there’s no need to budget for a replacement cambelt .

Is Duratec the same as Zetec?

Duratec. The Zetec was superseded by the Duratec series of engines, originally called RoFlow Zetec. These are virtually identical variants of the Mazda MZR engines.

Are Ford Mondeos expensive to maintain?

Servicing on the Mondeo Estate isn’t too costly, and parts will be cheap to buy if something does go wrong. Cars over three years of age will qualify for Ford’s Motorcraft servicing regime, under which an annual service at a Ford dealer will cost £149.

What is the most economical Ford Mondeo?

Ford Mondeo MPG & CO2 Those that cover more than 12,000 miles each year should consider the 148bhp 2.0-litre EcoBlue diesel, which is available with a manual or automatic gearbox. With the manual, this model is the most efficient Mondeo, with claimed fuel economy of up to 56.5mpg and CO2 emissions of 130g/km.

Where is the Ford Mondeo made?

Valencia, Spain

When did Ford stop making the Mondeo?

March 2022

What car replaced the Ford Mondeo?

Ford is looking to capitalise further on the SUV trend. Out goes the saloon-cum-hatchback bodystyle as the Mondeo replacement morphs into a mid-rise crossover estate. The Ford grille will remain, with some design inspiration from the new Mach-E and the Explorer that’s now available in mainland Europe.

What is the best Ford Mondeo diesel engine?

Diesel engines We’d recommend the 148bhp 2.0-litre diesel over the Mondeo Hybrid, which can’t match the low running costs of the basic diesel. Its hybrid technology already feels outdated and the CVT automatic gearbox causes a constant drone from the engine when accelerating.

How many miles do Ford diesel engines last?

A gasoline powered truck can run for 200,000 miles. Conversely, a diesel truck has a longer lifespan and can run for at least 500,000 and as much as 800,000 miles.

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