New Ford Mondeo - Durashift Six-Speed Manual Transmission | Part Three

New Ford Mondeo


Six Appeal - Durashift Six-Speed Manual Transmission

Ford is widening the availability of its new Durashift six-speed manual transmission in the Mondeo range. Specially designed for higher output engines, the six-speed debuted in early 2003 on the 130PS Mondeo TDCi.

With new Mondeo, it will also be available in the 226PS, 3.0-litre Mondeo ST220, the new Duratec SCi direct-injection engine, 115PS TDCi and 170PS 2.5-litre V6 models.

The Durashift six-speed’s longer top gear gives Mondeo ST220 a boost in potential top speed from 151mph to 155mph, for more relaxed cruising at motorway speed. Zero-to-62mph acceleration is maintained at 7.6 seconds. Official fuel consumption is certified at 19.5mpg urban, 35.3mpg extra urban and 27.1mpg combined, with CO2 emissions of 249 grams per kilometre.

Other models’ performance with the Durashift six-speed transmission:

Engine Economy CO2 Performance
Duratorq TDCi

(2.0-litre, 130 PS)

Urban 36.7mpg

Extra urban 60.1mpg

Combined 48.7mpg

154 g/km 0-62mph 9.8 secs

Top speed 128mph

Duratorq TDCi

(2.0-litre, 115 PS)

Urban 36.2mpg

Extra urban 60.1mpg

Combined 49.9mpg

151 g/km 0-62mph 10.8 secs

Top speed 122mph

Duratec V6

(2.5-litre, 170 PS)

Urban 18.8mpg

Extra urban 37.6mpg

Combined 27.7mpg

244 g/km 0-62mph 8.5 secs

Top speed 139mph

The new transmission further enhances the acclaimed driving quality of the Ford Mondeo, with, its crisp and accurate shift quality complementing Mondeos inherent high levels of refinement.

Manufactured in Cologne, the transmission, code-named MMT6, is a major product of the joint venture between Ford and Getrag to create the latest transmission technology for Ford vehicles.

Mondeo Durashift Six Speed Manual Transmission (For Duratec SCi and Duratec V6 models) Gear Ratios
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Reverse Final DriveSet
3.231 2.048 1.423 1.029 1.129 0.886 1.360 4.357 (1/2/3/4) 3.050 (5/6/Rev)

Ford’s proven Durashift five-speed manual transmission remains the standard manual transmission on other models in the Mondeo range.

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Published 31 May 2003 Melanie Carter

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