Ford Philippines is extending the exciting deals for its three best-selling nameplates, the EcoSport, Everest, and Ranger. This is good news to those who haven’t got the chance to avail these great offers last July 2018. Ford is letting you have these three brand-leading vehicles with all-in low downpayment (DP) and cash discount offers.
“Making our great deals available until this month means more customers can own a Ford vehicle in the easiest, fastest, and most convenient way possible. Now is definitely the best time to buy a Ford SUV or a pick-up truck with the rainy weather, giving our customers a worry-free driving experience with the best-in-class capabilities and features of our vehicles.”
You may still have the EcoSport 1.5 Ambiente MT through a P48,000 all-in low DP or have the P50,000 cash discount. All EcoSport variants get a free 2-year service. These promos will only last until August 23 so make up your mind before time runs out.
Meanwhile, the Ford Everest 2.2 Trend 4x2 AT still has the P68,000 all-in DP and the P110,000 cash discount options. However, these offers for the midsize SUV are only available until August 31.
The Ranger promos even make everything better, as Ford Philippines is extending the Truck Month until August 31. That said, you may select between these offers for different Ranger variants:
- Ranger 2.2 XLT 4x2 MT – P58,000 all-in DP or P60,000 cash discount
- Ranger 2.2 FX4 4x2 MT – P78,000 all-in DP or P60,000 cash discount
- Ranger Wildtrak 4x2 MT – P78,000 all-in DP or P40,000 cash discount
To make things even better and worth it, the all-in packages come with inclusive free 3-year LTO registration, 1-year comprehensive insurance, and chattel mortgage fees. Don’t you think now’s the best time to get yourself a Ford? Time’s running out.
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