Ford Mondeo 2007 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Ford Mondeo 2007 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Ford, Audi, Tesla confirm affected Takata recall models
Hot on the heels of the Australian government's mandatory Takata airbag recall, Ford, Audi and Tesla have joined the list of carmakers to detail which of it's models are affected.Read More
Used Ford Mondeo review: 2007-2015
Ewan Kennedy road tests and reviews the 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 Ford Mondeo as a used buy.Read More
Used Ford Mondeo review: 2007-2013
Ford Mondeos are medium to large cars from Europe that have had an on-again off-again career in Australia. In its latest iteration, introduced in 2007, the Mondeo is almost in the Falcon class.Read More
Ford Mondeo transmission dipstick
There was a change in 2007 from a four-speed auto to a six-sped auto. The four-speed had a dipstick, check your owner's manual for the location, but the six-speed didn't. You need to take that to a dealer or an auto transmission specialist to have it done.
Ford Mondeo rear brakes worn-out
It's most unusual to wear out the rear brakes before the fronts as it's the fronts that do most of the work, but having to replace pads and discs at low kays is not so unusual with European cars.
Ford's damaged goods
I'M SURE Ford would be most unhappy about its dealer acting in this way, but it has little control over what happens once the cars leave the factory. From what you say, the dealer appears to have misrepresented the car to you and you have cause for complaint, if not compensation. I would pursue legal action against the dealer.