Did you buy one?
The first-quarter car sales numbers for 2021 are in, and so far, the Ford Ranger is the country's best-selling 4x4 pickup.Ford Philippines made the announcement today, saying that a total of 1,273 4x4 Ranger units were sold
Clue: The Ranger Raptor has it, too
There are now 14 Ford Ranger variants available here in the Philippines. That's actually more choice than entire lineups from some manufacturers-let that sink in for a moment.Now, having plenty of options laid out in front of you is
To go on sale in Europe later in 2021
Yes, we know. Yet another new Ford Ranger-two of them, in fact. These, though, are legitimate limited-edition models, with only a few being built and with a host of upgrades meant to build on the American pickup truck's rugged
It actually started as a joke
Andrea Ruiz and Rabbie Lumboy are both former Overseas Filipino Workers in Singapore. But when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, their jobs got affected and their contract renewal was halted since the Singaporean government couldn't support them anymore. They eventually had
Damn
The pickup wars have begun...again.An all-new Isuzu D-Max, yet another Ford Ranger variant, and beefier Nissan Navara and Toyota Hilux updates? Frankly, the segment hasn't been this hot since several years ago when most of these names-
No Raptor? No problem
If it isn't apparent already, what you're looking at isn't any ordinary old Ford Ranger. No, sir. This unit right here has been heavily modified to meet Federation Internationale de l'Automobile standards for cross-country rallying.Now,
We’ve picked two recently launched heavy hitters for this comparo
New pickups keep coming in left and right, so now we've decided to pit two new arrivals and have come up with a pretty heavy bout: the all-new Isuzu D-Max versus the updated Ford Ranger.We've hand-picked
Another Ranger variant has arrived
The more, the merrier. It looks like this is the approach Ford Philippines is taking when it comes to the Ranger, as the American car manufacturer has just launched yet another variant of the long-running truck model in the local market.
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
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 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,
The company wants to boost the production of its Silverton plant in South Africa
The Ranger is arguably one of Ford's most popular nameplates. Not just in the Philippines, but in other markets as well. Ford wants to further build on this, as it has now made a big investment to boost its global Ranger
Ford also sold 1,925 Territory units last year
It looks like 2020 wasn't that bad for Ford Philippines. The carmaker has recently shared that it closed out the past year with the Ranger finishing as the top-selling 4x4 pickup in the industry.Ford reportedly sold a total of
We find out if this is worth choosing over the regular Ranger
Ever since the effectivity of the Republic Act No. 10963 or the TRAIN law in 2018, cars on the local market have generally become more expensive. This tax increase affected most models, save for the humble pickup truck. In order to incentivize
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