Ford Philippines has reported to achieve retail sales of 1,851 last March, pushing the overall year-to-year date sales to 6,448 vehicles. Consistently, the blue oval brand’s big three models have driven this notable surge in sales.
From 886 units sold last February, the Ranger continues to accelerate its pace as the muscular truck sold 942 vehicles in March. The latest figure increased 16% of the company’s year-to-date sales to 2,508 vehicles.
The EcoSport, on the other hand, retained its status in the subcompact crossover segment with 503 vehicles sold. The nameplate boosted Ford PH’s year-to-date sales to 1,842 vehicles.
Completing the big three is the mid-size SUV Everest, which acquired a total of 350 vehicles, maneuvering the year-to-date sales to 1,759 units.
Of note, Ford announced lower price for scheduled maintenance on its dealer networks nationwide. This rate changes give Ranger owners an average of 15% overall reduction. There’s also a cost reduction of up to 18% for Everest owners, while up to 20% decrease is possible for EcoSport owners.
“To better serve our fast growing customer base, we’ve made adjustments to our cost of ownership that will help make us even more competitive.”
BPI wants to partner up with dealerships to help Filipinos get the car of their dreams and promote financial inclusion in the country.
Good thing Toyota Motor Philippines took immediate responsibility for the situation.
Ford Philippines comes out strong with record high sales of 5,667 vehicles with the Ranger leading the charge giving them strong Q2 sales compared to last year.