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Thursday, July 28, 2022

Ford Philippines Offers Class-Leading Ownership Package For Next-Gen Ranger, Everest


All eyes might be on the specs and pricing of the next-generation Ford Ranger and Ford Everest, but Ford Philippines isn’t stopping there. At its official Philippine launch, they sprung a surprise by announcing two measures which equate to an affordable and worry-free ownership experience.

As a refresher, the next-generation Ford Ranger comes in eight variants for the Philippine market:
  • Ranger 2.0L XL 4x4 MT – P 1,198,000
  • Ranger 2.0L XLS 4x2 MT – P 1,198,000
  • Ranger 2.0L XLS 4x2 AT – P 1,273,000
  • Ranger 2.0L XLT 4x2 AT – P 1,374,000
  • Ranger 2.0L Sport 4x2 AT – P 1,474,000
  • Ranger 2.0L Sport 4x4 AT – P 1,594,000
  • Ranger 2.0L Wildtrak 4x2 AT – P 1,569,000
  • Ranger 2.0L Wildtrak 4x4 AT – P 1,875,000
It comes in the following colors: Arctic White (except for Wildtrak), Absolute Black, Luxe Yellow (exclusive for Wildtrak), Snowflake White Pearl (exclusive for Wildtrak), Aluminum Metallic (except for Sport), Meteor Gray (except for XL), Blue Lightning (exclusive for Sport and XLT), and Sedona Orange (exclusive for Wildtrak and Sport).

Meanwhile, the next-generation Everest comes in five variants for the Philippine market:
  • Everest 2.0L Trend 4x2 AT – P 1,799,000
  • Everest 2.0L Limited 4x2 AT – P 1,999,000
  • Everest 2.0L Sport 4x2 AT – P 2,089,000
  • Everest 2.0L Titanium+ 4x2 AT – P 2,179,000
  • Everest 2.0L Titanium+ 4x4 AT – P 2,495,000
It comes in the following colors: Absolute Black, Aluminum Metallic, Arctic White (exclusive for Limited and Trend), Equinox Bronze (exclusive for Titanium+), Meteor Gray (exclusive for Titanium+ and Sport), Sedona Orange (exclusive for Titanium+), Snowflake White Pearl (exclusive for Titanium+ and Sport) and Blue Lightning (exclusive for Sport).

Now, whatever the variant, each next-generation Ford Everest and Ford Ranger comes with a bumper-to-bumper 5-year / 150,000-kilometer warranty (whichever comes first).

In addition, the improved 2.0-liter engines—with either 170 horsepower/405 Nm of torque (Single Turbo) or 210 horsepower/500 Nm of torque (Bi-Turbo) comes with an Intelligent Oil Life Monitor (IOLM). This tells the driver when to have an oil change based on actual engine data, operating conditions, and owner driving habits resulting in less frequent oil changes.

These two measures in mind should further lower the cost of ownership and provide peace-of-mind to would-be Everest and Ranger customers.

7 comments:

  1. Brochure sir uly. Para makapagdecide na ng variants. More power!cheers!

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    1. Kinokopya lang ng other websites, but here:

      XL, XLS, XLT:
      https://www.carguide.ph/2022/07/these-are-standard-features-on-base.html

      Sport, Wildtrak:
      https://www.carguide.ph/2022/07/these-are-confirmed-specs-of-next-gen.html

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    2. What??? Brochures can be downloaded for free at Ford PH site: https://www.ford.com.ph/download-brochure/

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  2. Well they just copy it kasi from the best eh..thanks boss!

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  3. for the price of the TOTL Ranger at 1.875M plus 60k for the province, it could have been great if the bed cover lid shutter is included for free hehe but we are excited for our unit (wildtrak 4x4) to be released hopefully within this week hehehe mas ma appreciate mo talaga ang unit in metal ang ganda! =)

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  4. Yeah, we need that longer warranty as we don't know how long that large touch screen (that controls some main components) would hold up...

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