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Ford Mondeo Engine
The Ford Mondeo is a large family car sold by the Ford Motor Company in various markets throughout the world. The name "Mondeo" derives from the Latin word mundus, meaning "world".
Mk1 & Mk2 from 1993 to 2000
Along with an all-new platform, the Mondeo also used Ford's then-new Zetec engines, first seen in 1991 in the Ford Escort and Ford Fiesta.
Three versions of the 16-valve Zetec engine were used. The 1.6 L version (rated at 90 bhp) from the Escort was used, a 1.8 (115 bhp) also found in the Escort and Ford Fiesta (105/130 bhp), while a new 136 bhp 2.0 L version was launched.
An alternative to the Zetec engines was the Endura-D 1.8 L turbo diesel. This engine had origins in the older 1.6 L diesel design used in the Fiesta and elsewhere. Although not without merits, it was not seen as a strong competitor to other European diesels such as that produced by Peugeot. The contrast between this unit and the competition seemed enormous by the time the engine was dropped in 2000.
A less popular engine (for the UK and Ireland) was introduced in 1994 in the form of the 170 bhp 2.5 L 24-valve V6 Duratec unit, primarily included for markets where four-cylinder petrol engines are not favoured and are usually intended for the upmarket European buyer. This engine, first unveiled in the Mondeo's North American cousin, the Ford Contour, is characterized by its smooth operation, chain-driven camshafts and an ability to operate using only half its 24 valves at low engine speeds. Fuel economy was reasonable, with the automatic barely much worse than the manual (but far less reliable). This engine was originally branded 24v (when valve count was all important), but later on sold as the more glamorous sounding V6.
This engine was also used to introduce the new "ST" brand to the Mondeo range as a flagship model (with less specification than a Ghia or a Ghia x), the ST24 in 1997. The power of the engine stayed at 170 bhp (130 kW), the same as other 2.5 L-engined models(so was slower than a mk1 24v), but the ST featured unique cabin trim (half leather seats), unique 16 in alloy wheels(that were originally only available on a Ghia x estate), and a full RSAP (Rally Sport Appearance Pack) body kit as standard, The body kit option was listed as a delete option for those that did not want it fitted as standard. This was later replaced by the Limited Edition ST200 in 2000, featuring a modified version of the V6 Duratec with a power output of 200 bhp (150 kW).
Although neither of these models ever sold in high numbers, the marketing was important to Ford as it was an introduction to the ST range as a sportier side to the full range, especially significant as apart from the Focus RS, both the XR and RS model ranges were phased out during the 1990s.
Trim levels for 1993-1996 range had the following trim levels:
Base - 1.6L Zetec, 1.8 L turbo diesel
Aspen - 1.6 L Zetec, 1.8 L turbo diesel
LX - 1.6 L/1.8 L/2.0 L Zetec, 1.8 L turbo diesel
GLX - 1.6 L/1.8 L/2.0 L Zetec, 1.8 L turbo diesel
24v - 2.5L Duratec V6, 4-door saloon, 5-door
Ghia - 1.8 L/2.0 L Zetec, 2.5 L Duratec V6, 1.8 L turbo diesel
Ghia X - 2.0L Zetec, 2.5 L Duratec V6, 1.8L turbo diesel
Si - 2.0 L 4-cylinder, 2.5 L Duratec V6
Additional trim levels in other European markets included :
Mirage - 1.6 L Zetec, base trim level, 4-door sedan, 5-door
CLX - 1.6 L/1.8 L/2.0 L Zetec, 1.8 L turbo diesel
Verona - 1.8 L
GLX - 1.6 L/1.8 L/2.0 L Zetec, 1.8 L
Business Edition - 1.6 L/1.8 L/2.0 L 4-cylinder, 2.5 L V6, 1.8 L turbo diesel
GT - 1.8 L/2.0 L 4-cylinder, 2.5 L V6, 1.8 L turbo diesel
V6 - 2.5 L V6
Trim levels for 1997-2000 range had the following trim levels :
Aspen - 1.6 L Zetec, 1.8 L TD
LX - 1.6/1.8/2.0 L Zetec, 1.8 L TD
Verona - 1.8 L Zetec
GLX - 1.8/2.0 L Zetec, 1.8 L TD
Si - 2.0 L Zetec, 2.5 L V6 170 PS
Zetec - 1.8/2.0 L Zetec
Zetec-S - 2.0 L Zetec
Ghia - 2.0 L Zetec, 2.5 L V6 170 PS, 1.8 L TD
Ghia X - 2.0 L Zetec, 2.5 L V6 170 PS, 1.8 L TD
ST24 - 2.5 L V6 170 PS
ST200 - 2.5 L V6 205 PS
Mondeo Mk2 sports variants included the ST24 and the ST200. The ST24 produced 170 bhp (130 kW) from its 2.5 litre V6 24v engine and was launched with RSAP (Rally Sport Appearance Pack) body kit along with sports suspension and half-leather sports bucket-seats. Its standard setup saw the ST24 from standstill to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 8.2 seconds, coupled with a maximum speed of 139 mph (224 km/h). The ST200 was then launched as the Enthusiast's car, with a tuned 2.5 litre V6 24v engine producing 202 bhp (151 kW). This engine made the ST200 go from standing to 62 mph (100 km/h) in around 7.7 seconds, and reach a maximum speed of 141 mph (227 km/h).
Mk3 from 2000 to 2007
For the Mk3, the Zetec engine was dropped, while the all new 1.8 and 2.0 L Duratec engines were introduced. The standard 2.5 L V6 engine was carried over, while a 3.0 L version was developed for the ST220 model.
Unfortunately, there was a design flaw with the new 1.8 and 2.0 L petrol units with the butterfly valves in the inlet manifold, which could cause severe engine damage when they failed. The plastic components of the butterfly valves wear out too quickly and when loose enough can result in them falling apart and releasing metal and plastic parts into the engine cylinders, potentially causing severe engine damage. The part was uprated by Ford in late 2002 to early 2003 and this prevented the problem from occurring in later engines.
The archaic Endura-E 1.8 L turbo diesel engine was dropped, and replaced by a more sophisticated 2.0 L 16v Duratorq common rail (TDCi) unit with a variable geometry turbine. This clever turbine system allows a certain amount of over boost, giving an extra 10% or so of torque for short periods. This engine, known within Ford as the "Puma"-type Duratorq, was first seen in the Transit in detuned form.
The petrol engines were revised at this stage also — the new SCI (common rail) version of the 1.8 L Duratec engine was introduced, which generates 4 kW (5 PS) more than the standard unit. In addition, equipment was upgraded across the range — with trip computer now standard on all models, and cruise control is also standard in selected markets.
In 2005, there were two new Duratorq common rail (TDCi) options, a 2.2L with 114 kW (155 PS) and a detuned version of the 2.0L with 65 kW (89 PS).
Trim levels :
1.8 L (1798 cc) Duratec I4, 110 PS (108 hp (81 kW) and 122 lb•ft (165 N•m)) (1.8)
1.8 L (1798 cc) Duratec I4, 125 PS (123 hp (92 kW) and 125 lb•ft (169 N•m)) (1.8)
1.8 L (1798 cc) Duratec SCi I4, 131 PS (129 hp (96 kW) and 129 lb•ft (175 N•m)) (1.8 SCi)
2.0 L (1999 cc) Duratec I4, 146 PS (143 hp (107 kW) and 140 lb•ft (190 N•m)) (2.0)
2.5 L (2495 cc) AJ25 V6, 170 PS (168 hp (125 kW) and 162 lb•ft (220 N•m)) (2.5)
3.0 L (2967 cc) Duratec 30 V6, 204 PS (201 hp (150 kW) and 207 lb•ft (281 N•m)) (3.0)
3.0 L (2967 cc) Duratec 30 V6, 226 PS (223 hp (166 kW) and 210 lb•ft (280 N•m)) (3.0 ST220)
2.0 L (1998 cc) Duratorq I4, 90 PS (89 hp (66 kW) and 155 lb•ft (210 N•m)) (2.0 TDDi 90)
2.0 L (1998 cc) Duratorq I4, 116 PS (114 hp (85 kW) and 207 lb•ft (281 N•m)) (2.0 TDCi 115)
2.0 L (1998 cc) Duratorq I4, 131 PS (129 hp (96 kW) and 244 lb•ft (331 N•m)) (2.0 TDCi 130)
2.2 L (2198 cc) Duratorq I4, 155 PS (153 hp (114 kW) and 265 lb•ft (359 N•m)) (2.2 TDCi 155)
Mk4 from 2007
The Mk4 Ford Mondeo was released in May 2007 in the UK where it is currently available in five different trim levels: Edge, Zetec, Ghia, Titanium and Titanium X. In February 2008, Ford announced that in some European markets the Mondeo will be made available with a new Titanium S series trim. This model aims to add an even more 'sporty character' than the current Titanium series. In March 2008, a new 2.2 175 PS (128.7 kW; 172.6 bhp) TDCi common-rail diesel engine will be available on Mondeo providing acceleration to 0-60 mph in 8.4 seconds on the saloon and fuel consumption of returning 45.6 mpg combined. Also available in March 2008 will be Mondeo ECOnetic based on the Zetec series. The Mondeo ECOnetic is powered with a 2.0 115 PS (84.6 kW; 113.4 bhp) TDCI diesel that returns CO2 ratings of just 139 g/km on the 5-door.
The petrol engines include a 1.6-litre with two power outputs (110 PS & 125 PS), the 2.0-litre (145 PS), 2.3-litre (161 PS) for automatic models only, and a 2.5-litre five cylinder turbo with 220 PS (162 kW; 217 hp).
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