The June performance, which is thanks to the strong demand for the Everest, Ranger and EcoSport, has helped Ford Philippines reach its all-time quarterly performance.
In a statement, Ford Philippines announced that its vehicle sales surged by an annual 17% to 3,273 cars in June, driven by continued strong demand for the Everest, Ranger and EcoSport.
Lance Mosley, Managing Director of Ford Philippines as quoted as saying: “The wide popularity and strong appeal of the Everest, EcoSport and Ranger are continuing to drive our sales momentum this year.”
The June performance helped the company reach its all-time quarterly performance, with retail sales of 8,922 units during the April to June period.
Mosley said that sales of the Everest SUV jumped 8% from a year ago to 1,139 vehicles in June, bringing the company’s total year-to-date sales to 5,768 vehicles.
Sales of the Everest SUV jumped 8% from a year ago to 1,139 vehicles in June
On the other hand, the Ford EcoSport recorded a 15% increase in sales to 984 vehicles in June. Ford PH added that this record pushed EcoSport’s year-to-date sales 29% higher to 5,225 units sold.
The Ford EcoSport recorded a 15% increase in sales to 984 vehicles in June
Not far behind in the sales chart is the “Built Ford tough” Ranger. The pickup closed June 2017 with an impressive 880 of its copies sold, lifting year-to-date sales up to 16% to 4,596 vehicles. The “Built Ford Tough” Ranger is the second best-selling pickup truck in the Philippines.
The Ford Ranger closed June 2017 with an impressive 880 of its copies sold
Of course, the aforementioned models are not the only ones driving Ford PH’s high momentum in June. The company’s North American-built models also saw robust demand. The Explorer SUV bolstered 57% increase in sales, that’s a total of 137 vehicles sold in June and a 47% increase in year-to-date sales to 353 units sold. Finally, the Mustang sports car delivered June sales of 69 vehicles, bringing quarterly sales to 124 vehicles.