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Thread: Ford use Goodwood to launch Mondeo ST line

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    The current Mondeo is a very good looking car generally, although it could do with a much better set of wheel and suspension options. This ST Line seems like a smart move as it gives people the ability to personalize their car to suit their particular taste without having to go the full performance treatment. Audi & BMW are market leaders in this space and the sports minded accessory options have been extremely successful with customers. The ST Line is no replacement for a proper performance offering. Hopefully it will just become a stepping stone for the Mondeo in Asia/Europe to test interest these markets for a higher performance offering.

    How many here would be prepared to spend upwards of $70k+ on a Mondeo ST V6TT?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WASP View Post
    How many here would be prepared to spend upwards of $70k+ on a Mondeo ST V6TT?
    For a tarted up Mondeo - not me.

    For that money, you are two year old 340i territory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WASP View Post
    The current Mondeo is a very good looking car generally, although it could do with a much better set of wheel and suspension options. This ST Line seems like a smart move as it gives people the ability to personalize their car to suit their particular taste without having to go the full performance treatment. Audi & BMW are market leaders in this space and the sports minded accessory options have been extremely successful with customers. The ST Line is no replacement for a proper performance offering. Hopefully it will just become a stepping stone for the Mondeo in Asia/Europe to test interest these markets for a higher performance offering.

    How many here would be prepared to spend upwards of $70k+ on a Mondeo ST V6TT?
    There's no need to test the waters here mate.

    We have the highest rate of consumption of performance vehicles per capita virtually anywhere in the world.

    The Testing has been done.

    As for the $70K TTV6 Mondeo? it better be AWD and get sub 5 seconds 0-100.....



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    Wow, this will do wonders to Falcon resale values...

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