Ford has made a number of changes to its Mondeo Hybrid range, with prices now £1,800 cheaper than before.

Previously buyers could only pick from a Titanium Edition and Vignale trim levels, but the line-up has now been expanded with the introduction of a new Zetec Edition. This is why the Mondeo Hybrid is now more affordable than before, with prices starting from £26,460 for the saloon version and £37,960 for the estate.

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Titanium Edition and Vignale models remain on sale, with prices of these versions starting from £28,260 and £31,660 respectively.

Ford has also introduced a new ST-Line grade to the Hybrid, too, which was only previously available on the regular Mondeo. Prices for these versions start from £29,360, with the version building on the spec of a Titanium with its sporty bodykit, 19-inch alloy wheel, and sports leather seats.

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These latest changes follow on from the updated version, which arrived in showrooms in March this year. Changes for this update included the introduction of a hybrid estate (it was previously just a saloon), as well as enhanced safety kit and improved refinement from its enhanced powertrain.

The electrified version continues to use the same 184bhp 2.0-litre petrol engine, which is paired to an electric motor and a small battery, which charges on the move. It’s able to return CO2 emissions as low as 94g/km, with fuel economy figures up to 50.4mpg.