Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Ford's Yearend Sale Offers Deals on Fiesta, Focus, EcoSport, Ranger, and Everest


Ford Philippines has unveiled its yearend sale deals offering customers more opportunities to own a Ford vehicle before the year ends.

“Now is definitely the perfect time to get a Ford vehicle with our great yearend sale deals especially with the impending excise auto tax changes slated for implementation next year,” said Rodel Gallega, vice president for sales and marketing, Ford Philippines.

Available until December 31, 2017, Ford’s great yearend deals allow customers to purchase vehicles with all-in low down payment, or low monthly fees, or cash discount for the Fiesta, Focus, EcoSport, Everest and the Ranger vehicles.

Fiesta 1.5L Trend MT is available on a P 88,000 all-in low down payment, or P 50,000 cash discount or P 7,408 low monthly fee. Meanwhile, the Focus 1.5L Sport AT is available on a P 98,000 all-in low down payment, or P 70,000 cash discount or P 10,498 low monthly fee.

Customers can also take advantage of great deals on Ford’s SUV portfolio. Purchase the EcoSport 1.5L Ambiente MT for only P 48,000 all-in low down payment, or P 35,000 cash discount, or P 7,698 low monthly fee. On the other hand, the Everest 2.2L 4x2 Trend AT is available for P 88,000 all-in low down payment, or P 50,000 cash discount or P 16,018 low monthly fee.

Finally, customers who prefer a pickup truck this holiday season can get special deals for the Ranger 4X2 XLT MT on a P 68,000 all-in low down payment, or P 30,000 cash discount, or P 11,748 low monthly fee.

All-in packages include free three-year LTO registration, one-year comprehensive insurance and chattel mortgage fees. Approved application must be availed no later than December 31, 2017. Financing deals via East West Bank are subject to credit approval.

9 comments:

  1. When you say sale, it should mean that there is a reduction in the price of the unit, and not in terms of affordable available financing options. It is deceiving promotion, all alleged freebies are actually inputed in the financing cost. Nothing was or is actually free.

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    1. So, sale means reduction of price. lol if you have time just check the exact meaning for that. In my understanding Sale is EXCHANGE OF COMMODITY not only for reduction prices.

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    2. Sale:
      1.
      the exchange of a commodity for money; the action of selling something.
      Or
      2. a period during which a retailer sells goods at reduced prices.

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  2. There's actually a standard discount for cash/bank p.o. transactions.

    I honestly doubt that the Senate and Congress can pass this Excise Tax Law by year end in time for January 1 implementation, as there's too much work to be done. They have the Impeachment of the Comelec Chairman and the 2018 National budget as top priorities, the Excise Tax Law just comes in as third priority. We really have to an intelligent buyer, don't be buoyed by the craze. Monitor the developments and at the same time make your own calculated move.

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  3. yes tama kayo. di naman talaga nag reduce ng price kahit sabihin na sale. mga manloloko

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  4. Ang Ford Group Philippines ay magpapatupad na po ng Price Increase sa Darating na Nobyembre alinsunod na po sa Excise Tax Program.

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    1. Hindi pa nga na-aapprove ng President magtataas na agad ang Ford, ano yan advanced increase. LOL! Paano yan kung magtake effect ng January 1 dahil meron pa mas priority na bill gaya ng 2018 National Budget? Nanloloko lang yang Ford ng mga tao eh.

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    2. Effective na talaga ang Excise Tax ang Ford Ngayon eh. Pati Suzuki nagpatupad na din ng Excise Tax eh.

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