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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, […]
The Japanese can dominate the sedan and its subsegments anytime in this country. But when it comes to the true-blue sport utility vehicles (SUVs), hands-down, thumbs up, and hats off to them Americans. They sure know how to make their four-wheeled brutes achingly beautiful to look at, and as soft as pillows to ride in.
The all-new Ford Everest contains the most number of technology features of any vehicle in its class. Built with equipment previously seen only in Ford’s upper echelon of vehicles, the Everest is determined to deliver a responsive onroad drive. On the other hand, the offroad capabilities of the 4×4 are further enhanced with a sophisticated […]
The motoring media never had it so hectic like last week. In a span of seven days (two of them on a weekend), four major automobile manufacturers fired off their opening salvos for the second half of 2015. Naturally, excited motoring scribes ran “for cover,” in a manner of speaking. The only question was where […]
CHIANG RAI, Thailand—On a 140-kilometer drive on seamless highways and roughest back roads, over two dozen journalists from the Philippines tested the all-new Ford Everest in anticipation of the SUV’s launch across Asia-Pacific markets in the coming months.
Toyota Motor Co. has launched the second-generation Fortuner SUV in Thailand and Australia. The new Fortuner was designed in Australia, while Thailand will be its main production base. The new car promises higher levels of refinement, better fuel-efficiency, and improved safety.
If there is one thing that’s sure to catch the attention of Filipinos who are out hunting for the ideal family vehicle, the water-wading 800-millimeter boast sure stands out in the midst of all the adjectives and descriptions used to amplify just how rugged the all-new Ford Everest can be.