Ford Philippines is bringing back its much-anticipated Truck Month this July, offering great deals to customers buying a Ford Ranger from any Ford dealership nationwide.

From July 1-31, 2019, customers can avail of bigger cash discounts and all-in low down payment deals across all variants of the Ranger XLT and Wildtrak.

All Ranger XLT variants are offered with a P70,000 cash discount or an all-in low down payment offer of P68,000. All-in packages for Ranger XLT variants include free 3-year LTO registration, 1-year comprehensive insurance, and chattel mortgage fees.

Meanwhile, all Ranger Wildtrak variants are offered with a P60,000 cash discount, or an all-in low down payment offer of P98,000 for the Wildtrak 4×2 AT and MT variants or an all-in low down payment offer of P128,000 for the Wildtrak 4×4 AT variant.

“The Ranger is a well-loved pickup truck in the Philippines and has always been one of our top-selling vehicles. This July, we want more customers to own our ‘Built Ford Tough’ truck with the best deals available across our Ranger lineup with the Ford Truck Month,” says PK Umashankar, managing director, Ford Philippines.

Aside from the great deals on Ford Ranger for the entire month of July, customers who will visit any Ford dealership on July 12-14, July 19-21, and July 26-28 can also enjoy free food and refreshments to celebrate Truck Month. Those who will test drive a Ford Ranger will also get an exclusive Ford merchandise, while customers who will partner with East West Bank for their financing requirements will get an additional P20,000 financing discount on top of the Truck Month deals.

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