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Thursday, July 7, 2022

Ford PH Announces Trims, Pricing Of All-New Ranger, Everest


UPDATE: Check out the detailed specs of the Ranger Sport and Wildtrak as well as Everest Sport and Titanium+ trims (7/12).

Ford Philippines announces the pricing and trims of the next-generation Ranger pickup truck and Everest SUV ahead of its launch on July 28.

The Ranger will come in the following variants and prices (check out how each variant shapes up in the global market):
  • Ranger 2.0L Bi-Turbo Wildtrak 4x4 AT - P 1,875,000
  • Ranger 2.0L Turbo Wildtrak 4x2 AT - P 1,569,000
  • Ranger 2.0L Turbo Sport 4x4 AT - P 1,594,000
  • Ranger 2.0L Turbo Sport 4x2 AT - P 1,474,000
  • Ranger 2.0L Turbo XLT 4x2 AT - P 1,374,000
  • Ranger 2.0L Turbo XLS 4x2 AT - P 1,273,000
  • Ranger 2.0L Turbo XLS 4x2 MT - P 1,198,000
  • Ranger 2.0L Turbo XL 4x4 MT - P 1,198,000
Meanwhile, the Everest will come in the following variants and prices (check out how each variant shapes up in the global market):
  • Everest 2.0L Bi-Turbo Titanium+ 4x4 AT - P 2,495,000
  • Everest 2.0L Turbo Titanium+ 4x2 AT - P 2,179,000
  • Everest 2.0L Turbo Sport 4x2 AT - P 2,089,000
  • Everest 2.0L Turbo Limited 4x2 AT - P 1,999,000
  • Everest 2.0L Turbo Trend 4x2 AT - P 1,799,000
Coinciding with this announcement, Ford Philippines launches an online portal for customers who want to place a reservation for both of these vehicles.

“The availability of our online reservation portal is another testament to how we are enhancing the Ford ownership experience by making it easier and more convenient for our customers to know more about and purchase our vehicles,” shares Mike Breen, managing director, Ford Philippines. “Our customers have become more digitally-savvy over the past years, so we want to take their car-buying experience to the next level by leveraging an online platform that they can easily access to purchase their Ford vehicles.”

Available on the Ford Philippines website, the online portal is a safe and secure virtual platform where customers can reserve specific variants of the next-gen Ford vehicles anytime and anywhere – without having to visit a Ford dealership.

Within the online reservation platform, customers can first configure their next-generation Ford vehicle by choosing their preferred model, transmission and drivetrain, and exterior color. Once the vehicle selection process has been completed, customers will be directed to the summary page, where they can review their selection details.

After this process, customers will need to create a Ford account to progress with their online reservation and receive updates. Keeping a Ford account will also help the customer track the status of the reserved vehicle.

On the payment page, customers will be able to select their preferred Ford dealer and can choose between “Request a Quote” from the dealer or proceed to “Reserve Now” to confirm the vehicle reservation. A fully refundable reservation fee of P 10,000 will be charged via the customer’s PayPal, credit card, or debit card account.

Customers who have completed the online reservation process will receive regular updates via text or e-mail. They can also track the progress of their reservation via their Ford account. Their chosen Ford dealer will then reach out to discuss next steps, which include documentation, available payment options, and delivery date.

“We invite all Ford enthusiasts to be the first to own our next-gen Ford vehicles in the country by visiting our online reservation portal and placing their orders starting today,” says Breen.

The next-gen Ranger Wildtrak 4x4, Wildtrak 4x2, Sport 4x4, and Sport 4x2, as well as the next-gen Everest Titanium+ 4x4, Titanium+ 4x2 and Sport 4x2 will be available for online reservations on the Ford Philippines website. Customers can reserve the other Ranger and Everest variants in their nearest Ford dealership.

10 comments:

  1. Fairly priced...but whers RG...???...LOL

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    1. Competitive pricing but failed after-sales support.... provincial service centers are very far in-between

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  2. No mention of v6 (gas or diesel) planned for the future in PH market? I feel like the raptor will follow with the gas v6, but diesel v6 versions of the regular ranger and everest would be nice.

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    1. No diesel V6. Apparently, that's designed for the Australian/New Zealand market.

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  3. Comments section is better without RG to be honest...

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    1. True. Even I am away ang dami ko pa ring fans 😊

      See you at the special test drive event!

      Uly, I sincerely hope Ford Ph will still lend you keys to test drive their new cars after trashing the Territory 🙏

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    2. I was able to borrow the FX4 Max already after the Territory, so I presume that it's all good. Of course, my review of the FX4 Max wasn't exactly glowing either so...

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    3. Wow...welkambak rg lol now h more fun in carguide again. Waiting for ur fan whom i think has an anger management probz, but anyway h after all a freedom of specs!

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  4. I think it is sad that we didn't get the V6 engine. What a shame.

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  5. Sana magkaroon ng Trend with ADAS...

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