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With safety in mind Ford extends all-wheel drive range

Four-wheel drive is now available on the Mondeo, S-Max and Galaxy

1st May, 2016
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The new Ford Mondeo All Wheel Drive

At a road safety focused event last week at Mondello Park Racing Circuit in Co Kildare, Ford Ireland detailed its plans to introduce all-wheel drive technology to its passenger car line-up, starting with the Mondeo, along with the S-Max and Galaxy people carriers.

Across Europe, Ford expects to sell 139,000 vehicles equipped with four-wheel drive this year, up 120 per cent on 2014. Eight of the 17 vehicle lines Ford produces are now available with...

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