Ranger drives up Ford sales

November retail sales at Ford Philippines increased by 16 percent from previous month to 1,891 vehicles. 

The segment-defining Ranger led the monthly performance with sales jumping nearly 60 percent from October to 1,158 vehicles, driving its year-to-date sales up more than 12 percent to 10,374 vehicles.

Ford Wildtrak

Ford launched the new Ranger lineup in September, which consists of 9 different variants in the Philippines, including the first-ever Ranger Raptor, Wildtrak, XLT, and XLS variants.

The new Ranger lineup features two new-generation powertrains—the 2.0L Bi-Turbo and 2.0L Single Turbo engines, as well as the proven Duratorq engine—helping further strengthen the Ranger’s ‘Built Ford Tough’ appeal among Filipino customers.

The Everest mid-size SUV contributed to the September total with 446 vehicles, pushing its year-to-date sales to 5,406 vehicles. 

The EcoSport mini-SUV recorded sales of 206 vehicles, driving its year-to-date sales to 4,803 vehicles.

The Mustang posted sales of 36 vehicles, pushing its year-to-date sales up 7 percent to 405 vehicles.

Topics: Ford Philippines , Ford Ranger , Raptor , Wildtrak , XLT , and XLS variants
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