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October 17, 2018

Ford Brings Ranger Raptor on Its First Public Test Drive Tour

Ford Philippines is expanding coverage of the Ford Island Conquest this month to reach more customers in Metro Manila as well as in North and South Luzon.

Following its outing at the SM Mall of Asia last October 5 to 7, it goes to the Solenad Nuvali Activity Area on October 19-21, and SM Clark Events Center on October 26-28, 2018.

During this month’s Ford Island Conquest, customers can test drive the new EcoSport, new Ranger, the Everest, and the first-ever Ranger Raptor. They can also avail of the special employee pricing offer for all variants of the Ford Everest which offers savings of up to P 153,000 available only until October 31.

Customers who make reservations for a Ford vehicle at the Ford Island Conquest have a chance to avail of a P 100,000 cash discount, P 50,000 cash discount, P 20,000 cash discount, or free 3-year Scheduled Service Plan (SSP), among other premium gift items and products.

“The Ford Island Conquest continues its run to cover more areas nationwide and bring the Ford driving experience to more Filipinos. This month, customers have the opportunity to see and test drive our newest vehicles and experience their capabilities and great features. We invite car enthusiasts and even families to make the Ford Island Conquest a weekend bonding activity,” says Bert Lessard, managing director, Ford Philippines.

The Ford Island Conquest is an all-in-one custom arena where customers can check out a display of Ford’s best-selling vehicles and test drive them in one venue. It’s a cross between a scaled-down showroom and a test drive venue that put consumers in an immersive driving experience.

Aside from test drive activities, the Ford Island Conquest also serves as a platform where owners and interested buyers can learn more about and avail of Ford’s after-sales and service offerings such as Premium Extended Warranty and SSP, as well as various vehicle accessories.


  1. i wonder if they will get pulled over by the LTO for having AT tires.

    1. Nope. All stock means no modification, therefore no violation.

    2. Yes, because LTO is not aware that this vehicle (among others) is actually all stock!

    3. just bring the brochure with you so if ever they pull you over and start flapping their gums on the said "violations" show it to them and they be like "ay stock pala yan ser?" :D


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