Ford Philippines has announced its roster of year-end sales promotions for the end of 2021 with bigger cash discounts, enhanced financing offers, and additional services for a select lineup of vehicles.
For November, customers who buy a Ford Ranger WildTrak 4x2 AT can get a P100,00 cash discount. Meanwhile, for its lower variant the Ranger 2.2 XLT 4x2 AT can avail of a new financing offer of 0% interest for up to 24 months as well as a free 3-year scheduled service plan (SSP). Those who want to get a Ranger 2.2 XLS 4x2 MT, on the other hand, can take advantage of the low monthly payment of P9,625 or 0% interest for up to 24 months aside from a P48,000 low down payment offer or a P100,000 cash discount.
If you want to get an SUV, the automaker has also got you covered as it is offering special deals on the Ford Everest. Customers who want to get an Everest Sport 4x2 AT can avail of a lower monthly fee of P17,888 aside from its P158,000 all-in downpayment option. Ford is also offering a big cash discount of P100,000 for those getting an Everest unit within the special promo period.
Those who want to buy a Ford Territory will be happy to know that the automaker is offering a free 3-year scheduled service plan for the Ford Territory Titanium+ in time for the holiday season. This special service plan was launched last year for Titanium+ buyers of the crossover and has been extended to this year as well.
Our Ford Year-End Sale is now in full blast as we see an upswing in the demand for vehicles towards the end of the year. This month, we’re making it easier for our customers to get their favorite Ford as a gift for themselves or for their loved ones with our enhanced offers for our best-selling Ford vehicles. It’s time to visit your nearest Ford dealer to shop and be merry.
Ford Philippines has also extended other deals for its model range. These include a cash discount of up to P100,000 for the Ranger FX4 MAX 4x4 A/T and the Ranger 2.2L XLT 4x2 A/T, a P99,000 discount for the Ranger 2.2L XLS 4x2 M/T, and finally a P80,000 discount for the Ranger 2.2L FX4 4x2 A/T.
Customers getting an Everest 2.0L Bi-Turbo Titanium+ 4x4 A/T and Everest 2.0L Titanium 4x2 A/T can still avail of a P60,000 cash discount while those who are purchasing an EcoSport 1.5L Trend A/T can still get a P130,000 cash discount or financing offer of P8,317 monthly with free first 3 months amortization or 0% interest of up to 48 months.
Finally, the Ford Transit 2.2L 4x2 M/T is still up for grabs with a P200,000 cash discount and free 5-year SSP.
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