Monday, October 15, 2007

Something for our american readers

The famous words “the grass is always greener on the other side” frequently apply to car offers. Very often American enthusiasts complain on how European models like the Fiesta, Focus II or Mondeo should be on sale in the USA. And here in Europe we frequently complain on how such models like the new American-derivative Opel GT should not be on sale in Europe. Wait, something doesn’t add up, errr… whatever!

A new
comparison test by magazine Auto Motor und Sport further confirms the superb engineering of European Ford models. The article compares the Ford Mondeo 2.0TDCI and the Mercedes C-class C200CDI and… the Ford wins! Yes, it’s that good and AMS is no crap magazine, it’s the most respected German car magazine!

Not that the American Fusion is a bad car it’s just that in their latest models Ford of Europe really shines.


Johnny said...

We get the Mazda derived Fusion in America because it costs less, and this is a very low cost market.

Anonymous said...

I would pay extra for a Ford Mondeo TDI with a 6 speed manual.

New York here