All-new Ford Ranger will have a total of 8 variants, Everest gets 5 models
Ford PH is really making a lot of noise for the eventual launch of the all-new Everest and Ranger. After opening the reservation books for the next-generation pick-up truck, the Blue Oval is now also accepting reservations for the 2023 Everest.
That's right, aside from the next-gen Ranger, Ford will also be launching the all-new Everest. What's even better is that the automaker has released the full lineup and pricing of both the SUV and pickup truck.
Starting with the 2023 Ranger, the lineup will start at PHP 1.198 million for the Turbo XL 4x4 M/T. It's then followed by the Turbo XLS 4x2 with the M/T also selling for PHP 1.198 million while the A/T version will retail for PHP 1.273 million. Up next is the Turbo XLT 4x2 A/T which will set you back PHP 1.374 million.
For the first time, there will be a new Turbo Sport variant and that will be available in either 4x2 or 4x4 A/T. The former will set you back PHP 1.474 million while the latter will have a sticker price of PHP 1.594 million. Last but not least is the top-spec Turbo Wildtrak. The 4x2 A/T will cost you PHP 1.569 million while the 4x4 A/T with a 2.0-liter Bi-turbo engine can be yours for PHP 1.875 million.
Over to the Everest, there will be 5 variants available for the next-generation SUV. Starting the lineup is the Turbo Trend 4x2 which is priced at PHP 1.799 million. Next are the Turbo Sport 4x2 and Turbo Limited 4x2 models that will retail for PHP 1.999 million and PHP 2.089 million, respectively. At the top of the Everest range is Turbo Titanium+. Those who prefer the 4x2 will only need to cough up PHP 2.179 million. Meanwhile, customers that want the fully-equipped 4x4 Titanium+ with the Bi-turbo engine will need to shell out PHP 2.495 million.
Aside from releasing the prices and variants, Ford Philippines also launched an online portal for customers who want to place reservations for the next-generation Ford Ranger and Ford Everest ahead of the local launch.
Within the online reservation platform, customers can first configure their next-generation Ford vehicle by choosing their preferred model, transmission and drivetrain, and exterior color. Once the vehicle selection process has been completed, customers will be directed to the summary page, where they can review their selection details.
After this process, customers will need to create a Ford account to move forward with their online reservation and receive updates. Keeping a Ford account will also help the customer track the status of the reserved vehicle. On the payment page, customers will be able to select their preferred Ford dealer and can choose between “Request a Quote” from the dealer or proceed to “Reserve Now” to confirm the vehicle reservation. A fully refundable reservation fee of P10,000 will be charged via the customer’s PayPal, credit card, or debit card account.
Customers who have completed the online reservation process will receive regular updates via text or e-mail. They can also track the progress of their reservation via their Ford account. Their chosen Ford dealer will then reach out to discuss the next steps, which include documentation, available payment options, and delivery date.
“We invite all Ford enthusiasts to be the first to own our next-gen Ford vehicles in the country by visiting our online reservation portal and placing their orders starting today,” said Mike Breen, Managing Director of Ford Philippines.
The all-new Ford Everest and Ranger will officially be launched in the country come July 28, 2022. So if you want to get your hands on a brand new Ranger or Everest early, better head on to the reservation sites as soon as possible and reserve a unit.