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crusti

V5 Details Query

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Hi All, newbie here

I bought a Mondeo Ghia (03 plate, MK3) last month, today I received the V5 and it states the model is Mondeo Zetec-S TDCI.

I have never taken the time to look at spec levels on a V5 before. Should I be worried?

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go to etis.ford.com and drop your number plate in there, that should tell you what Ford have it recorded it as, then you can contact the DVLA to get rectification...

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Thanks mate.

Heres what it told me,

Mondeo 2001-2007, 2.0L Duratorq DI CR (130PS), Ink Blue (Metallic) Primary Features Build Date: 15.07.2003 Vehicle Line: Mondeo 2001-2007 Body Style: 4 Door Estate Version: Series 50 Engine: 2.0L Duratorq DI CR (130PS) Transmission: 6 Speed Manual Transaxle - MMT6 Drive: RHD FWD Axle Ratio: 4.071/2.850 Emission: 2000 EEC (EEC 7) Air Conditioning: Automatic Air Conditioning Territory: (+)"GB" Paint: Ink Blue (Metallic) Interior Colour: Ebony Interior Interior Fabric: Aras

handy site to have, still doesn`t confirm if its a Ghia or not.

Would my insurance be invalidated if this mis-match came up?

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etis isnt always accurate, but I just checked and my model doesnt appear either.

Best bet - phone a dealer nearby and ask them to tell you whats on their system for your reg. Either the V5 is wrong (always probable) or someone has modified a zetec to ghia standard and substituted the badge to make up for it! (another always possible!)

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