Recently sold my Meg 265, partly because I needed something bigger that could tow, but also to free up a bit of cash for other goings on. Ideally I was looking for an estate, but it was proving difficult to find something that fitted the bill. I didn't really want a diesel, as most of them seem to have plenty of potentially expensive issues so, after a lot of time spent looking online, I had narrowed it down to a 330i, Volvo T5 or an A4 2.0 TFSI. The problem is, as it's only a daily, I really couldn't be bothered with traveling miles and miles and the cars I liked the look of all seemed to be 100+ miles away. Then, a couple of days ago, this popped up on Auto Trader. It's not an estate but, being a hatchback, it's still pretty roomy. The equipment level is good, the engine interesting but, what appealed the most, was the fact it's only done 65k and has pretty much full main dealer history, all for less money than people were advertising BMWs and Audi's with 90-100k on for. Only Auto Trader pictures for now, but allow me to present my Ford Mondeo Titanium X: Sadly a couple of weeks before I can collect it, but it will come with a new cam belt, service and MOT. Being the Titanium X, it has leather/alcantara seats, cruise, dual zone climate, front and rear parking sensors, auto lights, auto wipers, heated seats, keyless start etc etc. My favourite bit is the fact that it isn't a diesel, because of this: Basically the same engine as a Focus ST. Weirdly, you can hardly hear the engine. It's amazingly refined for an old Ford. Obviously it doesn't go like an ST but it wafts along quite nicely. Sure I can pep it up a bit too. Would quite like to add the body kit from a Titanium X Sport and maybe change the wheels, but we'll see. I'm sure it won't be to everyone's taste, but it seemed a decent buy that will hopefully last a while. Will update when I collect it.