"This weekend, the Ford Expo 2010 opens its doors to Filipino customers for them to see and experience the Ford's full range of car, trucks and SUVs," says Steven Tan, Ford Group Philippines Vice President for Sales and Marketing. "This year, with the introduction of the all- new Ford Fiesta, we complete our line-up of vehicles that are leading in safety, smart technology, great design, fuel efficiency and drive quality. We are confident that now is the time to feel the Ford difference."
Test drive any of the Ford vehicles or be one of the first in the Philippines to get behind the wheels of the all-new Ford Fiesta by simply signing up at the Ford registration booth. Get reacquainted with the fuel-efficient Ford Focus, the adventure-driven SUV Ford Escape, the tough and rugged Ford Ranger and Ford Ranger Wildtrak, and the all-around Ford Everest. And get up close to the popular small car with big all-round features, as both the sleek and stylish Ford Fiesta Sedan and the sporty Ford Fiesta Hatchback are on display and are available for drives too.
But to top off the complete display of Ford cars, trucks and SUVs, you can also expect the special appearance of a Ford Mustang Shelby GT500. And as an added bonus, see the Ford Fiesta DC-Ken Block replica rally car, as well as the renowned Ford Focus-TRS Race Car - the current 2010 Philippine Touring Car points leader.
Strike a pose beside the Ford Fiesta for free souvenir photos to take home or to tag away on the Ford Fiesta in the Philippines Facebook page. Drive like a pro and join the driver challenge with the Focus-TRS Racing Simulators at the indoor display to get a chance to win prizes and goodies from DC apparel and Ford Philippines. And the weekend would not be complete without the best Ford deals for the year including a free DVD package upgrade for the Ford Everest, and new All-In Low Downpayment, Low Monthly payment, and 60-days free amortization offers exclusively from East-West Bank.
Mark your calendars and head on over to the Ford Expo 2010 on October 16 and 17, 2010. Admission is free! Gates open from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.