The all-new midsize SUV Ford Territory 2019 has been destined to be launched in China with the American car manufacturer’s hope of grabbing more attention of car enthusiasts in the prospective cities inside the territory of the most populated country.
“It will be affordable for young families and new buyers across China, not just the coastal megacities”, said the Ford China CEO, Peter Fleet.
The carmaker hatches a plan to set the Ford Territory 2019 on sale in the first quarter of 2019
Video: 2019 Ford Territory Compact SUV Launch Interior Exterior Price
Forming a partnership with JMC- the Jiangling Motors Corp., Ford will bring in engine options for the all-new SUV with a plug-in hybrid setup, a mild hybrid, and a traditional gas engine. The carmaker hatches a plan to set the model on sale in the first quarter of 2019.
Inheriting what we normally see in a Ford model, the Territory puts on a muscular look while getting embellished with soft curves along with the mesh grill that is made rather complex-looking. The headlights bear a striking resemblance to the EcoSport’s. Stepping inside, the interior features leather seats, a sunroof, touchscreen infotainment system, and especially, a modern dashboard layout and design.
The collaboration between the two also bears good technology features: pre-collision assist, adaptive cruise control, and a slew of other assistance features.
It will be affordable for young families and new buyers across China, not just the coastal megacities
The interior features leather seats, a sunroof, touchscreen infotainment system, etc.
Ford claimed it will be a midsize SUV; however, it doesn’t seem to have the third row while judging by its ratio, it looks more like a crossover.
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<p>The Ford Territory for the Philippine market is a five-seater crossover built from the joint venture between JMC and Ford. It is positioned just above the Ford EcoSport in terms of size, and it uses a 1.5-liter EcoBoost inline-4 gasoline engine. </p> <p>There are two variants for the Territory in the Philippines. The top-spec trim is the Territory Titanium+, which features active parking assist, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and other driver assist features. The second variant is the Territory Trend. This particular trim lacks the aforementioned driving features avialable on the top-spec model, but for the most part it comes standard with the same comfort features.</p>