Yule ‘ford it: Explorer 3.5L Sport now has 2.3L EcoBoost price

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For 12 days only, Ford Philippines is offering the Ford Explorer 3.5L Sport at the price of 2.3L EcoBoost for a limited time this Christmas season. 

Customers getting the top-of-the-line Explorer variant benefit from an additional cash discount of P280,000 on top of the existing P100,000 “Gigantic Deal” discount — bringing the total cash discount to P380,000.

The offer for the Ford Explorer 3.5L Sport is available for 12 days only, starting December 12 until December 23, 2019. 

The Ford Explorer 3.5L Sport is powered by the 3.5L V6 EcoBoost engine with 370ps and 475Nm of torque. It has 20-inch machined aluminum wheels with painted pockets, dual DVD headrest, and the unique Explorer hood badge. It has a dynamic grille, distinct front and rear LED signature lighting, detailed interior, and spacious seven-seat capacity.

The Explorer 2.3L EcoBoost Limited variant still comes with a P100,000 cash discount for the entire month of December. 

“We are making our Gigantic Deals even bigger and better this month with our best-ever cash discount offer for the Ford Explorer 3.5L Sport, available only for 12 days as part of our 12-12 Explorer flash sale,” shares Ryan Lorenzo, marketing director of Ford Philippines. “Customers can use these additional cash savings to make their Christmas merrier while driving their very own Explorer SUV to their next holiday destination.” 

Interested parties may visit a Ford Philippines dealership for particulars.

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