Hosted by the Car Awards Group, Inc. (CAGI), the 3.2L all-new Ford Ranger Wildtrak was honored with the Best 4×4 Pick-Up of the Year and proclaimed as the 2013-2014 Truck of the Year.
The all-new Ford Ranger Wildtrak boasts of class-leading power and segment-first smart technologies – offering customers an unmatched packaged, making it a truck with no compromise.
“We are honored to receive this award. It is indeed a proud moment for Ford Philippines. Since the market launch of the all-new Ford Ranger last year, sales of this truck has exceeded our expectations and this recognition is a proof point that our One Ford plan is working to deliver vehicles that people want and value, with industry-leading quality, fuel efficiency, safety and smart technology,” said Kay Hart, managing director, Ford Philippines.
In addition, the 1.5L new Ford Fiesta Titanium Sedan was also awarded with the Premium Subcompact of the Year.
“Our new Ford Fiesta continues to push the boundaries of what a small car can do. Since its launch, the new Fiesta has continued to be a favorite among our customers for its overall fun driving experience and value package that offers a vehicle with unmatched combination of quality, fuel efficiency, safety and smart technologies,” said Hart.
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