Saturday, September 16, 2017

Ford Philippines Celebrates 20 Years with Special Offers


Ford Philippines is marking its 20th year of business operations in the Philippines this year, and as part of a month-long celebration, Ford is allowing more customers to own a Ford vehicle by offering special deals available only for the month of September.

“Ford’s business in the Philippines has remained strong over the last two decades, and we are thankful to our customers and dealers for their support. To show our appreciation, we are giving hot anniversary deals this month to make it easier for customers to drive their very own Ford vehicle,” shares Bertrand Lessard, managing director, Ford Philippines.

Ford in the Philippines started in 1997 in the business of importing vehicles, and 20 years later, it has grown into a national sales and distribution company covering sales, service and marketing activities of Ford vehicles in the country. To celebrate its 20th Anniversary, Ford is offering special all-in low down payment, low monthly fees, or cash discount offers for the Fiesta, Focus, EcoSport, Everest, and Ranger.

Fiesta 1.5L Trend MT is available on a P 68,000 all-in low down payment, or P 50,000 cash discount or P 7,138 low monthly fee.  The Focus 1.5L Sport AT and Focus 1.5L Titanium AT are also available on a P 68,000 all-in low down payment, or P 70,000 cash discount or P 9,278 low monthly fee.

And only for this month, customers can get great deals from Ford’s SUV portfolio. Purchase the EcoSport 1.5L Ambiente MT for only P 68,000 all-in low down payment, or P 35,000 cash discount or P 7,698 low monthly fee. The Everest 2.2L 4x2 Trend AT is available for P 88,000 all-in low down payment, or P 60,000 cash discount or P 15,698 low monthly fee.

Finally, customers who prefer a pickup truck can get special deals for the Ranger 4x2 XLT AT on a P 88,000 all-in low down payment, or P 40,000 cash discount or P 12,658 low monthly fee.

All-in packages include free 3-year LTO registration, 1-year comprehensive insurance and chattel mortgage fees. Approved application must be availed no later than September 30, 2017. Financing deals via East West Bank are subject to credit approval. To learn more about these exciting deals, click here.

6 comments:

  1. Hi Sir Uly, i went to Ford Edsa Greenhills earlier this week. They told me that they will be putting up a 10% increase by next month then another 10% increase by January in anticipation of the impending Excise Tax Law. They will increase incrementally accdg to the SA that i talked to.

    They're doing this even if it the Senate hasn't even started with the deliberations. Kupal talaga itong Ford.

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  2. "Ford in the Philippines started in 1997"

    So, imagination ko lang pala mga Ford Laser na nagkalat sa kalye nung 1980s. Weird...

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  3. Gusto ko Ford ranger sana kaya nagpunta kami sa Ford Sta Rosa, kaya lang di kami gaanong inassist akala siguro wala kami pambili. Kaya colorado na lang kinuha namin.

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    1. Baka naman kasi pormang baduy ka. Yan naman kasi usually bumibili ng mga gamitong sasakyan. Naka tsinelas, cargo shorts, mumurahing shades, at makulay na kalo. Please naman manamit din kayo ng maayos sana. Mura na lang naman mga damit ngayon, mag ukay kayo kung di niyo ma afford.

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  4. "So, imagination ko lang pala mga Ford Laser na nagkalat sa kalye nung 1980s. Weird..."
    Ford (in its current form re-entered the Philippine market in 1997. The company before that which shutdown in the mid-80s was "Ford Philippines, Inc".
    Same thing with Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation which was formed in 1989. There were Toyotas here even back in the 60s but these were under Delta Motor Corp.
    -AM

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