Is it a viable contender?
Despite the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 proved to be a busy year for Ford Philippines. Chief among its efforts last year was the launch of the Ford Territory, a China-imported compact crossover. At the time of the launch,
Based on the carmaker’s recent invite, it might be the Ranger FX4 Max
Guess what? Ford Philippines might be launching yet another Ranger variant in our market. This comes just less than a month after the carmaker updated its popular midsize pickup."Another variant?! Which one, then?" Good question. We've no confirmation yet. But
Were you planning to buy one?
Ford Philippines is the latest local car manufacturer to raise prices because of the Department of Trade and Industry's (DTI) new car-import safeguard duties.Only the Ford Ranger and Territory are affected by this move-a handful of variants for
In terms of size, performance, and even price
Move over, Ranger Raptor-there's a new dune-bashing Ford truck on our wishlist. Meet the Shelby F-250 Super Baja, one of the most capable-looking off-road beasts we've seen in a while.Okay, to be fair to
We dig the classy tweaks
The current Ford Ranger has been available on our market for almost a decade. That might seem like a long time, but that's par for the course for this segment. Toyota also uses its IMV platforms for about 10 years before
No engine upgrades, though
Here in the Philippines, the Ford Ranger has been a staple in the pickup segment for as long as we can remember. In the US market, though? It was only reintroduced in 2019. Being the truck-loving nation that it is, however,
The carmaker is already reaching out to affected owners
Is your Ford Territory having issues starting? If so, your unit might be part of a recall to address issues surrounding the vehicle's electrical battery sensor (EBS) wiring harness and bracket.In a statement, Ford Philippines announced that it is already
Raid the piggy bank
Since parting ways with Ford earlier this year, Ken Block has been freed from the contractual shackles of the Blue Oval. This is good news, as it means his non-Ford cars that have been locked away for years are starting to
It was called the SYNus. Yep, and it was spelled that way
At first glance, it looks like an armored van. At second glance, it still looks like an armored van. Even at a very long, quite searching third glance, it still really does give the impression of being an armored van.And that'
These are called ‘Electronic High Visibility Panels’
If you often drive at night here in the Philippines, especially along expressways, then you've probably seen a few trucks with those blinding rearward-facing lights. It's irritating, not to mention dangerous, for anyone approaching from behind.But contrary to
By 2026, the lineup will feature some form of electrification
Ford is going all-in on electric. Who'd have thought it. A mere two days after Jaguar announced its master plan to only build electric cars by the end of the decade, Ford announces it's plotting to do the same
The company has also unveiled its new ‘Live the Ranger Life’ philosophy
Ford Philippines has officially completed its first launch of the year: the refreshed Ranger. This is the same truck that was revealed in Thailand back in November 2020 alongside the new-look Everest.To be more specific, it's the Ranger XLS,
That’s a lot of muscle even by muscle-car standards
This is the most powerful 'Stage 3' Ford Mustang ever offered by storied modifier Roush Performance. It is big, mighty and really quite fast.There's 750hp and 907Nm of good things, generated from a very supercharged 5.0-liter V8. Indeed,
Yes, the truck will soon be available as an in-game purchase
Ford really wants in on the video game bandwagon. This time around, it has partnered with Rocket League creators Psyonix. Through this partnership, the carmaker's ever-popular nameplate, the F-150, will be making its debut in the hit video game.
Did you catch the game?
The Super Bowl is usually a time when car manufacturers mess around with their ads. You know, hire a big name or two, have an absurd plot, and maybe throw in some big-budget visual effects-standard prime-time commercial stuff.This
With 600hp and ‘Dyneema’ armor plating
The past week, Ford revealed a brand-new F-150 Raptor. Well, it turns out the outgoing one has something to say about it.This is no ordinary Raptor. If any vastly overpowered monster truck sold from a factory can ever be
They’ll tackle high-speed desert racing and low-speed rock crawling
Before Ford unveiled the reborn Bronco, it built something brilliant called the Bronco R race prototype. Essentially, it was to be an off-road monster that would also serve as a development mule for the road-going Bronco by completing the Baja
It sports a “competition-tuned” high-performance suspension setup
The F-150 Raptor isn't the only dune-bashing off-road machine Ford revealed today. There's this, too: the new Bronco 4600.This is Ford Performance's newest race vehicle, one that's set to compete in the ULTRA4 stock
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