2011 Ford Mondeo gets refreshed, sports new 237 HP 2.0-liter EcoBoost
The 2011 Ford Mondeo has just been revealed, sporting a mid-cycle refresh to its exterior new engine options, as well as new systems.
First off, as you can see above and below, the 2011 Mondeo has received a more aggressive front fascia, with a larger trapezoidal lower grille, borrowing cues from the Fiesta. LED daytime running lights were added to the front, and the technology appears in the taillights as well.
The active shutter system, which protects the engine from air turbulence is also making an appearance on the 2011 Mondeo. Drivers will be able to opt for a lane departure alert system, while an automatic high beam control assist can also be ordered.
More importantly though is the new 237 HP 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine, boasting the same amount of power as a V6, but with 20% lower fuel average and emissions (179 g/km of CO2). This top-of-the-range engine will be joined by a 197 HP 2.2-liter TDCI diesel four-cylinder, boasting upgraded power.
All of the options mentioned above will be available across the 2011 Ford Mondeo range, consisting of a four-door sedan, a five-door and a wagon. The new cars will be displayed at the Moscow Motor Show, this August.
Until then, check out the photo gallery below with the new car.
Photo Gallery: 2011 Ford Mondeo
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