Planning to buy an EcoSport? Or, perhaps, its bigger brother Everest? Maybe you’re looking forward to having the Ranger? Now’s the perfect time to go hit that get quote button. Ford Philippines is extending the free first month amortization for its three best-selling nameplates.
If you're planning to get the EcoSport, you’re quite in luck. That's because if you purchase the EcoSport 1.5L Ambiente MT on a five-year financing term, you may save up to P18,000 on monthly amortization fee with an all-in low downpayment of P48,000.
Meanwhile, pickup fans may enjoy a free of almost P24,000-worth of first amortization fee for the Ranger 2.2L XLT 4x2 MT on a five-year financing term with an all-in low downpayment of P68,000. Customers who are paying full, on the other hand, may get a P50,000 cash discount for the country's second best-selling pickup truck.
For those who prefer the Everest, the 2.2L Ambiente 4x2 MT on a 60-month financing scheme would let you save up to P32,000-worth of monthly amortization. If that did not impress you, Ford PH is offering the Everest 2.2L Trend 4x2 AT with an all-in downpayment of P68,000. Still not impressed? You may also get the same variant under a low monthly fee of P16,758, or via a P110,000 cash discount.
“Our free first month amortization offer will give our customers big savings which they can use for other important purchases, while those who have been wanting to get a Ford Everest can take advantage of lower all-in downpayment, lower monthly fee, or higher cash discount available only this month.”
Apart from all these cool promos, Ford PH is offering a free two-year worry-free service for anyone who would be purchasing the EcoSport subcompact crossover.
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