Full lineup of 2022 Ford Ranger, Everest now available for reservation online

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Both the next generation of the Ford Ranger and Everest have yet to be officially launched locally. Ahead of their debut, Ford has launched an online portal for customers who wish to be among the first to own the much-anticipated vehicles. Along with the reservation portal, the full lineup of variants and prices of both trucks have been released as well.

Let’s have a look, shall we?

Ford Ranger

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The 2022 Ranger line will have 8 variants, with the entry-level XL 4×4 MT and XLS 4×2 MT both retailing at PHP 1,198,000. These 2 variants will be the only ones equipped with a manual transmission.

The prices per variant are as follows:

  • Ranger 2.0L Bi-Turbo Wildtrak 4×4 AT = PHP 1,875,000
  • Ranger 2.0L Turbo Wildtrak 4×2 AT = PHP 1,569,000
  • Ranger 2.0L Turbo Sport 4×4 AT = PHP 1,594,000
  • Ranger 2.0L Turbo Sport 4×2 AT = PHP 1,474,000
  • Ranger 2.0L Turbo XLT 4×2 AT = PHP 1,374,000
  • Ranger 2.0L Turbo XLS 4×2 AT = PHP 1,273,000
  • Ranger 2.0L Turbo XLS 4×2 MT = PHP 1,198,000
  • Ranger 2.0L Turbo XL 4×4 MT = PHP 1,198,000
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Ford Everest

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The Everest is likewise available for online reservation. The next-gen SUV comes in 5 variants, with the entry-level Trend 4×2 AT coming in at PHP 1,799,000 all the way to PHP 2,495,000 for the top-of-the-line Titanium+ 4×4 AT. All Everest variants will only have automatic transmissions as standard.

Prices per variant of the next-gen Everest are as follows:

  • Everest 2.0L Bi-Turbo Titanium+ 4×4 AT = PHP 2,495,000
  • Everest 2.0L Turbo Titanium+ 4×2 AT = PHP 2,179,000
  • Everest 2.0L Turbo Sport 4×2 AT = PHP 2,089,000
  • Everest 2.0L Turbo Limited 4×2 AT = PHP 1,999,000
  • Everest 2.0L Turbo Trend 4×2 AT = PHP 1,799,000

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Both the Ranger and Everest have their own online reservation portals, and you can find the site for the Ranger here and the site for the Everest here. The reservation process is easy. Customers will just have to configure their vehicle of choice by choosing their preferred model, transmission, drivetrain, and color. Once these have been done, they will be redirected to the summary page where they can review the details of their reservation.

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Customers will then be prompted to create a Ford online account to progress and keep track of their unit reservations. Next comes the payment page where they can choose their preferred dealership, request a quote, or go straight to “Reserve Now”. A reservation fee of PHP 10,000 will be charged so customers will have to have a PayPal, credit card, or debit card handy throughout the process.

Those who complete the reservation will receive updates via email and SMS. Their chosen dealership will reach out to them as well for the next steps leading up to documentation, payment options, and their next-gen vehicle’s delivery date.

For those who might want to experience the Ranger and Everest before they reserve their own, Ford is bringing back the Ford Island Conquest. It’s effectively a scaled-up showroom complete with its own outdoor test-drive course. This is the brand’s way of bringing their vehicles closer to their customers and having them experience how it feels to be behind the wheel of one of their next-gen trucks.

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The first leg of the Island Conquest will be from July 29-31, 2022, or a day after the Ranger and Everest public launch. You can follow Ford Philippines on their social media accounts for more details on the dates and venues of the Island Conquest tour.

It’s a pretty exciting time to be a Ford fan. A lot of hype has surrounded the launch of the Ranger and Everest, and with about 3 weeks to go, those who have been waiting won’t have to for much longer. Get your cards and accounts ready, ladies and gentlemen, and go have a look at what the new Ranger and Everest have to offer.

Mikko Juangco
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