Next-Gen Ranger XLT, XLS, and XL and Next-Gen Everest Limited and Trend Now Available On Ford Online Reservation Portal

MANILA, Philippines – The next-generation Ford Ranger XLT, XLS, and XL, as well as the next-generation Ford Everest Limited and Trend are now available for online reservation on the Ford Philippines website.

Ford announced last month alongside the launch of its online reservation portal that the next-gen Ranger Wildtrak and Sport and the next-gen Everest Titanium and Sport were available for reservation. Starting this month, all the next-gen Ranger and Everest variants are available for customers to reserve on the Ford Ranger page or on the Ford Everest page.

Within the online reservation platform, customers can configure their next-generation Ford vehicle by choosing their preferred model, transmission and drivetrain, and exterior color, giving them an easy and seamless car shopping experience wherever they are. The portal also allows customers to choose their preferred Ford dealer to transact with, as well as their mode of payment for a hassle-free reservation process.

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 vehicle delivery date.

During the official reveal of the next-gen Ranger and Everest last month, Ford announced that both vehicles will be offered in a full line-up to enable various work, play, and family needs and lifestyles.

Next-Gen Ranger XLT, XLS, and XL: Capability in its core
The next-gen Ranger XLT, XLS, and XL are all powered by a 2.0L Single Turbo mated with a six-speed automatic or manual transmission, capable of 170PS of maximum power and 405Nm of maximum torque. These variants are also equipped with a 10-inch colored portrait touchscreen, SYNC® 4A with Wireless Apple Carplay and Android Auto capability, 8-inch digital instrument cluster, rear box step, and 6 airbags. The price starts at P1,198,000.

Next-Gen Everest Limited and Trend: Functionality at its finest
Meanwhile, the next-gen Everest Limited and Trend are packed with a powerful drivetrain that comes with a 2.0L Single Turbo engine mated with 6-speed automatic transmission. This engine delivers capable of 170PS of maximum power and 405Nm of maximum torque. Both stand out on the road with LED headlights with LED daytime running lamps and 18-inch alloy wheels.

Both variants offer a sanctuary inside with a 10-inch colored portrait touchscreen, SYNC® 4A with Wireless Apple Carplay and Android Auto capability, 8-inch digital instrument cluster, wireless charger, 7 airbags, smart keyless entry with push button start, rearview camera, and parking sensors. The price starts at P1,799,000.

Longer warranty coverage
Ford also announced that all variants of the next-gen Ranger and Everest will come with a 5-year warranty to enhance the ownership experience. The longer warranty offering will cover the next-gen Ranger and Everest for up to 5 years or the total mileage of up to 150,000 kilometers, whichever comes first.

“We are so excited to offer our next-gen Ford vehicles in different trims and variants because we recognize that our customers have different needs, interests, and even budgets. There is indeed a Ford SUV or pick-up truck for everyone,” says Michael Breen, managing director, Ford Philippines. “With our promise to treat customers like family, we have also put in place our online reservation portal and made available the 5-year warranty offering to enhance the Ford ownership experience.

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