Used Ford Mondeo Glove Box

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About Glove Box

The Mondeo Ford glove box is a useful storage space with a lid which conceals and protects items placed in it.

The Mondeo Ford glove box lid door can be found covering the front opening to the glove box, which is more often than not situated as a part of the dashboard, in front of the front passenger seat.

The driver or passenger sitting in the front seat of the car, can access items placed in the glove box with ease, by opening the Mondeo Ford glove box lid. The Mondeo Ford glove box will be easily accessible and have a user friendly opening mechanism. The Mondeo Ford glove box lid can be locked to increase the security of items left in the glove box. A light is activated when the glove box is opened enabling the user to clearly see and to find what they are looking for.

Glove boxes come in a variety of designs, materials and styles, some with features such as cup holders or a molded space on the outside of the lid to keep small items and change close to hand. Design, shape and features will depend on the individual car make and model.

Over time and continued use the mechanism on the Mondeo Ford glove box lid can fail and either the glove box lid or the entire glove box will need replacing. The glove box may need to be replaced because it's old and looking tired and you'd like to update the look of your car's interior. The glove box in your car may be broken due to damage suffered in a collision. It's important to make sure that you replace the glove box with the exact Mondeo Ford glove box that matches the make and model of your car, so that it not only fits correctly but compliments the overall design, feel and interior scheme of the car.

Ford Mondeo trivia

  • If you lived through the run-up to the 1997 General Election, then you probably remember the name Mondeo-Man. It referred to a specific class of voters: those who grew up working class but had become middle class. The focus on Mondeo-Man is considered one of the reasons for a Labour landslide win.
  • When the Mondeo went on sale in the UK in 1993, it had gone through six years of development and had a production price tag of £3 billion. At the time, that made it the single most expensive car ever produced. Fortunately, the spending paid off.
  • The Ford Mondeo features in the James Bond film Casino Royale, where it’s driven by Daniel Craig’s Bond. This was the world debut of the Ford Mondeo 2.5-litre ST model, and it can still be seen in the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu as part of the James Bond Experience. Images of the car were leaked by journalists during filming, which annoyed Ford greatly.
  • Football announcing legend John Motson loves a good Ford. He’s had five so far, with his current one being a black Ford Mondeo.
  • Famed in Motorsport, the Mondeo has also emerged victorious at the FIA World Touring Car Cup (twice) in the 90s. It is also a regular sight in UK banger races and the Argentina Top Race series.