Ford is giving employee pricing for the Everest model to regular customers

October 05,2018

Ford is giving employee pricing for the Everest model to regular customers

Ford Philippines launched an industry-first pricing scheme that extends the exclusivity of employee pricing for vehicles to regular customers, giving them the biggest savings when purchasing a Ford Everest.

For the whole month of October, customers can avail of any variant of the Ford Everest at discounted employee prices. Available in the Everest Titanium, Trend, and Ambiente variants, the employee pricing deal offers savings ranging from P101,000 to as much as P153,000.

“The employee pricing offer is yet another groundbreaking innovation from Ford as we continue to expand ownership of Ford vehicles around the country by giving customers the best deals. The Ford Everest is perfect for families looking for a safe, capable, and feature-packed SUV. Now is indeed the best time to purchase a Ford Everest at the best price – the employee price,” says Rodel Gallega, vice president, Marketing and Sales, Ford Philippines.

The Ford Everest’s outstanding capability and advanced connectivity and driver assistance technologies makes it one of the best SUV choices in this segment. It boasts of an 800 mm water wading capability, one of the highest and best in its segment. Powered with the unique Watt’s Linkage Suspension System, the Everest ensures optimal performance in improved stability and maximum comfort.

Since its launch in the Philippines in 2014, the Everest has been one of Ford’s top-selling vehicles in the country with year-to-date sales of over 33,000 vehicles.

For more details on the employee pricing offer, visit www.ford.com.ph/shopping/hot-deals/2018/ford-employee-pricing. The employee pricing offer is now available in all Ford dealerships nationwide and in all Ford Island Conquest test drive events.

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