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Thursday, June 16, 2022

2023 Ford Ranger To Start At P 1.198M. Order Books Now Open


Ford Philippines is announcing today that it is starting to accept reservations for the next-generation Ford Ranger in its Ford dealerships nationwide.

Customers and enthusiasts can contact or visit their nearest Ford dealer to make a reservation to be among the first in the Philippines to own the best Ranger ever built.

Aside from officially opening its order books, Ford Philippines also unveiled pricing for the next-generation Ranger, which starts at P 1,198,000. Full pricing and lineup will be announced closer to launch, which is scheduled within the next few weeks.

“The next-generation Ranger will soon be arriving in the Philippines, and we’re truly excited to work with our dealers to begin accepting reservations this month,” shares Mike Breen, managing director, Ford Philippines. “The huge anticipation towards the next-gen Ranger is truly gaining ground – from the positive feedback we’re seeing on social media and getting from our dealers, partners, and employees, so we’re starting our launch festivities on a high note by kicking off reservations ahead of our local reveal.”

With an athletic exterior and premium interior, the next-generation Ranger is the result of deep customer insight, developed through extensive customer research into what makes a great pickup. Designers took these insights, plus Ranger’s award-winning pickup formula, to create the next-generation Ranger.

The next-gen Ranger takes its design cues from Ford’s global truck portfolio with a bold new design, a wider stance, larger grille, increased width and wheelbase, and signature C-clamp shaped headlamps that give the next-gen Ranger that unmistakable ‘Built Ford Tough’ look.

The cabin is completely redesigned with more comfort, technology, and functionality. New features include a new seat design, a 10- or 12-inch colored portrait touchscreen, and SYNC 4A with Wireless Apple Carplay and Android Auto compatibility.

Capability will remain in the next-gen Ranger’s core. It will be available in two powerful engines: the 2.0-liter Bi-Turbo mated with a 10-speed automatic transmission or the 2.0-liter Single Turbo mated with a 6-speed automatic or manual transmission. The next-gen Ranger will also deliver more confidence on the road with a suite of safety features and new driver assistance technologies, which includes the 360-degree camera.

Ford will also announce a host of services centered around customer convenience to complement the Ranger ownership experience.

Check out other stories surrounding the Ford Ranger by clicking this link.

5 comments:

  1. Here comes the negative comment again from RG, in 3..2...1....

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    1. Matic yan. He's the type of douche that would complain about ecoboost and powershift issues in an article about a Ford that doesn't have any of those.

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    2. Impressive. My fans usually stalk me and reply within 5 mins after I post even on a non-Ford related topics, ngayon preemptive na haha.

      If you think youre destroying the RG name, I couldn't care less haha. Ive been wearing your insults like an armor. The actual impact though - you keep on reminding the audience here that FORD SUCKS!!!

      And yeah, Id rather buy the Mazda BT50 than this and experience garbage Ford after sales support, at least if it doesnt break soon lol



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  2. For me safest bet to buy Single Turbo with 6 speed automatic rather than the Bi Turbo with 10 speed automatic.

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