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February 11, 2022

Get These 5 Big Deals From Ford This February

Ford Philippines continues to make its vehicles accessible to more customers with its wide array of deals for its best-selling pick-up trucks and SUVs available this month.

“This February, our customers can enjoy cash discounts, low monthly fees, enhanced financing offers, and free service packages for the Ford Ranger, Ford Everest, and Ford Territory. We want to make sure that the purchase experience is easy, more affordable, and hassle-free for our customers wanting to get their own Ford vehicles,” says Mike Breen, managing director, Ford Philippines.

Get these five best deals from any Ford dealership nearest you:
  1. Ford Ranger XLS and XLT: This February, customers can get the Ranger XLS M/T variant at a low monthly fee of P 10,699. They also have an option to avail of the P 98,000 all-in low down payment or zero percent interest up to 36 months financing offer. A cash discount of P 80,000 is also available for the M/T and A/T variants. Meanwhile, both the M/T and A/T variants of the Ranger XLT come with a P 70,000 cash discount. Free 3-year scheduled service plan (SSP) is also extended to the Ranger XLS A/T and Ranger XLT M/T.
  2. Ford Ranger Wildtrak: A P 100,000 cash discount is available for the Ranger Wildtrak 4x2 A/T and M/T variants with free 3-year SSP, or a financing offer of zero percent interest up to 36 months for the M/T variant. The Ranger Wildtrak 4x4 A/T with Power Roller Shutter comes with a P 70,000 cash discount this month.
  3. Ford Ranger FX4: A P 70,000 cash discount is extended to the Ranger FX4 MAX and FX4 A/T and M/T variants, with free 3-year SSP available for the FX4 A/T and M/T.
  4. Ford Everest: A cash discount of P 70,000 is still up for grabs for customers getting an Everest Sport A/T or P 60,000 for an Everest Titanium+ 4x4 A/T or Everest Titanium 4x2 A/T.
  5. Ford Territory: The Ford Territory Titanium+ CVT still comes with free 3-year scheduled service plan (SSP) this February.


  1. Sir Uly, Vernon Sarne of Visor Ph once wrote in an article that Ford vehicles in general are very unreliable. You yourself do not like the Territory. What is your assessment of the Ranger pickups and Everest SUV?

    1. I didn't like the Territory as a let's put that out of the way immediately.

      As for the reliability of Ford products, I don't own one so I can't comment on first-hand experience.

      However, I do have some friends who've owned Fords--Ranger, Everest, Explorer, Focus, EcoSport, Fiesta--and they all seem to have encountered one major headache in the first three years of ownership. In the 24 years of being a motoring journalist though, I've encountered a problem with a Ford vehicle only twice--one though required a flat bed tow. And these were pretty low mileage.


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