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Ford Ranger Raptor reaches 10,000th sales

Ford Philippines is marking its 10,000th Ranger Raptor customer milestone this month by launching its first-ever Ranger Raptor Raffle promo in time for the holidays. The American marquee celebrates the feat two years since the launch of its performance pick-up truck in the country.

“This huge success for the Ranger Raptor is a testament to its consistent and growing popularity in the Philippines,” shares PK Umashankar, managing director, Ford Philippines. “We thank our over 10,000 customers for choosing the Ranger Raptor and for being part of the growing community of performance pick-up enthusiasts in the country.”

In 2019, the Ranger Raptor cornered over 40 percent share of total Ranger sales in the Philippines. Regionally, the Philippines has become the leading contributor in total Ranger Raptor sales across ASEAN markets with a 64 percent share and across Ford’s International Markets Group with a 37 percent market share over the past two years.

With the growing preference for the Raptor brand in the market since its launch, Ford Philippines is launching its first-ever Ranger Raptor Raffle promotions in time for the holiday season.

Customers who will purchase any Ford vehicle until December 31, 2020 from Ford dealerships nationwide will earn one (1) raffle entry that will give them a chance to win a brand-new Ranger Raptor. On the other hand, customers who will purchase through an EastWest Bank auto loan transaction will earn two (2) raffle entries. Five (5) Ranger Raptor vehicles, or up to PHP10 million worth of prizes, will be up for grabs as grand raffle prizes, which the winners can enjoy tax-free.

Topics: Ford Philippines , Ford Ranger Raptor , PK Umashankar , ASEAN markets
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