Ford vehicle prices updated due to safeguard tariff, excluding the Ranger Raptor

Updated Mar 02, 2021 | Same topic: Latest Consumer Reports

The increase spans variants of the Ranger pickup and Territory crossover.

The imposition of provisional safeguard duties by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) on imported vehicles is having a domino effect across the local automotive industry. So far, Ford Philippines is the latest among those who are adjusting prices on select import models.

2021 Ford Ranger Wildtrak front profile

The effect of the provisional safeguard tariffs has reached most of the Ford Ranger line

A revised pricing structure is now in effect in Ford Philippines’ lineup, focusing on the Ranger pickup series and the Territory compact crossover. According to Ford Philippines, select Ranger variants will only come with a partial tariff imposition, to cushion the potential blow that the price hikes will have on its customers. Unlike certain carmakers that positioned their adjustments as refundable bonds, this appears to be an outright price increase for a number of Ford models.

Ford Territory

Even the base Ford Territory variant gets a price adjustment

The additional rates for the Ranger (with the exception of the Wildtrak 4x4 and the Ranger Raptor) vary from a low of Php 64,000 for the 2.2L FX4 4x2 manual transmission to as high as Php 123,000 for the 2.2L XLS 4x2 automatic, XLT 4x2 manual, and XLS 4x4 manual.

For the Territory, a Php 78,000 premium has been tacked on the EcoBoost Trend 1.5L CVT variant. Here is the rest of Ford’s pricing changes.

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Ford model 
MSRP as of 2/28/2021 
Price increase 
New MSRP effective 3/1/2021 
 Ranger 2.0L Wildtrak 4x2 AT
 Php 1,455,000
 Php 85,000
Php 1,540,000 
 Ranger 2.2L FX4 4x4 AT
Php 1,416,000 
Php 94,000 
Php 1,510,000 
 Ranger 2.0L Wildtrak 4x2 MT
 Php 1,390,000
Php 90,000 
Php 1,480,000 
 Ranger 2.2L FX4 4x4 MT
Php 1,356,000 
Php 94,000 
Php 1,450,000 
 Ranger 2.2L FX4 4x2 AT
Php 1,316,000 
Php 64,000 
Php 1,380,000 
 Ranger 2.2L XLT 4x2 AT
 Php 1,236,000 
Php 94,000 
 Php 1,330,000
 Ranger 2.2L FX4 4x2 MT
Php 1,256,000 
Php 64,000 
 Php 1,320,000
 Ranger 2.2L XLS 4x4 MT
Php 1,181,000 
Php 123,000 
 Php 1,304,000
 Ranger 2.2L XLT 4x2 MT
Php 1,176,000 
Php 123,000 
Php 1,299,000 
 Ranger 2.2L XLS 4x2 AT
Php 1,092,000 
 Php 1,215,000
 Ranger 2.2L XLS 4x2 MT
Php 1,062,000 
Php 93,000 
 Php 1,155,000
 Territory 1.5L EcoBoost Trend CVT
 Php 1,199,000
 Php 78,000
 Php 1,277,000

If you’re in the market for a new Ranger or Territory, what do you make of Ford Philippines’ new pricing scheme?

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Know more about Ford Ranger 2022

Ford Ranger

The 2023 Ford Ranger is a 4x4 or 4x2 pickup truck. It is the latest version of the said model, and as of its launch in the Philippine market, it has a total of eight different variants.

These are the top-spec Wildtrak 4x4, Wildtrak 4x2, Sport 4x4, Sport 4x2, XLT 4x2, XLS 4x2 AT, XLS 4x2 MT, and the entry-level XL 4x4.

Under the hood of the new Ranger are two-different diesel mills. For the Wildtrak 4x4, it uses a 2.0-liter biturbo that can churn out 210 horsepower and 500 Nm of torque. It is also the sole trim that uses a 10-speed automatic tranny.

The rest of the all-new Ranger then gets a 2.0-liter turbodiesel that can produce up to 170 horsepower and 405 Nm of torque. Only the XLS 4x2 and the XL 4x4 may come with a six-speed manual. The other non-biturbo trims then use a six-speed automatic.

Size-wise, the all-new 2023 Ranger is 5,370mm long, 1,918mm wide, and 1,884mm in height. They also offer a wheelbase length of 3,270mm, and a ground clearance of 235mm.

Locally, the 2023 Ford Ranger faces the Toyota Hilux, Nissan Navara, Mitsubishi Strada, Isuzu D-Max, Mazda BT-50, etc.

₱ 1,155,000 - ₱ 1,875,000

Joseph Paolo Estabillo

Joseph Paolo Estabillo


Joseph holds a degree in Journalism from the University of the Philippines Diliman and has been writing professionally since 1999. He has written episodes for CNN Philippines' motoring show Drive, and has worked on corporate projects for MG Philippines and Pilipinas Shell. Aside from being’s Content Lead, he also writes content for numerous car dealerships in the U.S., spanning multiple brands such as Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Maserati, among others.


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