Last March, Ford Ranger showed great sales performance that boosted the brand’s year-to-date sales to 2,508 vehicles. Well, the midsize pickup truck remains unbeatable as it continues its dominance with 798 units sold for the month of April. This notable record pushed its year-to-date sales by 15% from last year to 3,306 vehicles.
Driving behind the muscular pickup is the Everest, which remains competitive with April retail sales of 499 vehicles. This figure boosted the company’s year-to-date sales to 2,258 units. Completing the blue oval brand’s big three for the same month is the EcoSport, which managed to deliver 472 units, increasing year-to-date sales to 2,314 vehicles.
Meanwhile, the iconic Mustang that was launched in MIAS 2018 last April, already posted a total of 40 units, lifting year-to-date sales to 151 vehicles. Overall, Ford PH noted sales of 1,836 vehicles, driving its year-to-date sales with impressive 8,284 vehicles last April.
“We remain optimistic with our overall outlook for the remainder of the year. With our fast growing customer base in the Philippines, we’re also continuing with efforts to further enhance the ownership experience, including a more competitive cost structure for our scheduled service maintenance and services that add more convenience for our customers.”
Of note, if you’re planning to purchase any of the brand’s top three best-selling nameplates, Ford PH is extending its free first month amortization promos. Aside from that, they also offer cash discount, low monthly fee, and all-in low downpayment on a five-year financing term. With Ford’s great deals, this might be the best time to buy one, don’t you think?
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