If you’re holding back on purchasing a new pickup or SUV to wait and see the next-gen Ranger and Everest, well your patience is paying off. Ford Philippines is bringing in the two on July 28 and made an online portal to reserve a unit.
You can reserve the next-gen Ford Ranger or Ford Everest in those links, or you can go to their website at Ford.com.ph. Once on the reservation page, you can choose your preferred model, transmission and drivetrain (4×2 or 4×4), and select the color you want. You will need to make a Ford.com.ph account in order to finish the online reservation process and receive updates regarding your reservation.
You’ll also be able to choose the dealership you prefer to get your unit from, get a quote from them for the full amount, or just get a reservation for now. The reservation fee is at P10,000 and is fully refundable. Payment can be done via PayPal, credit, and debit cards.
“Our customers have become more digitally-savvy over the past years, so we want
to take their car-buying experience to the next level by leveraging an online platform that they
can easily access to purchase their Ford vehicles,” said Mike Breen, Managing Director for Ford Philippines.
They’ve also unveiled the full pricing of the next-gen Ranger and Everest. The Ranger will be available in 8 variants, while the Everest is coming in with 5. Check the full price list below:
P1,198,000 – Ford Ranger 2.0L Turbo XL 4×4 MT
P1,198,000 – Ford Ranger 2.0L Turbo XLS 4×2 MT
P1,273,000 – Ford Ranger 2.0L Turbo XLS 4×2 AT
P1,374,000 – Ford Ranger 2.0L Turbo XLT 4×2 AT
P1,474,000 – Ford Ranger 2.0L Turbo Sport 4×2 AT
P1,594,000 – Ford Ranger 2.0L Turbo Sport 4×4 AT
P1,569,000 – Ford Ranger 2.0L Turbo Wildtrak 4×2 AT
P1,875,000 – Ford Ranger 2.0L Bi-Turbo Wildtrak 4×4 AT
P1,799,000 – Ford Everest 2.0L Turbo Trend 4×2 AT
P1,999,000 – Ford Everest 2.0L Turbo Limited 4×2 AT
P2,089,000 – Ford Everest 2.0L Turbo SPort 4×2 AT
P2,179,000 – Ford Everest 2.0L Turbo Titanium+ 4×2 AT
P2,495,000 – Ford Everest 2.0L Bi-Turbo Titanium+ 4×4 AT
There’s a considerable price increase across the lineup of the two models, but they’re understandable given the new set of features especially in the safety department. There’s no full specifications yet but with July 28 a few weeks away, I’m sure that’s next in line for reveal to help customers make their reservations.