Mondeo Man


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Mondeo Man

(mɒnˈdeɪəʊ)
n
informal Brit a middle-class man, seen as typically driving a Ford Mondeo and preferring to do this rather than use public transport
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Of course, the typical Mondeo Man may not notice spiralling prices because he drives a company car where petrol is provided free of charge.
Ford believe their new Mondeo line-up offers more choice and better value than ever, and I have to agree that Mondeo Man has never had it any better
By the time of the 1997 general election New Labour had refined this to Mondeo Man.
Kinnock and "Bliar" both moved to the right, courting the votes of fake-sociological demographics like Mondeo Man and Worcester Woman, assuming that the traditional Labour vote had nowhere else to go - unlike, say, France or Italy, where a well-supported Communist party would have taken votes from Labour's partner parties if they moved right.
Mile after mile, day after day, every week, all year, Mondeo Man was on the road.
Space It's not just a bit of showroom SS im-SS am to SS eece Mondeo man who fantasises about getting the red carpet treatment at Ferrari either.
THERE was a time when the Ford Mondeo was a ubiquitous sight on British roads and "Mondeo man" was part of our everyday vocabulary.
Since then, the Ford Mondeo has developed into something of an institution in this country - even in 1997 helping the Labour Party to a landslide victory when Tony Blair targeted and won the hearts of the voter he called Mondeo Man.
What Labour needs is a "Mondeo man" programme to reconnect with working people.
It's not just a bit of showroom flim-flam to fleece Mondeo man who fantasises about getting the red carpet treatment at Ferrari either.
MATT FITZPATRICK insists he will remain a Mondeo man for now even if he wins his first European Tour title and PS500,000.
Glasgow Man is a symbol for a certain political demographic – the equivalent of Basildon Man, who supposedly won it for Thatcher, and Mondeo Man, who contributed to Tony Blair's three election victories.