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Ford PH releases a sporty-appearance package for the Territory

Showing all of its smart elements for the crossover

The piano-black elements add some meanness to the sharp crossover. PHOTO FROM FORD

The Territory was the second best-selling vehicle sold by Ford Philippines last year, and it recorded impressive Q1 sales. The Blue Oval brand wants to maintain this strong figure on the crossover market by adding a new variant to the fray—a blacked-out appearance package.

Looks like the Territory has reached its emo phase. PHOTOS FROM FORD

Despite its implied name, the Territory Sport doesn’t have blistering Mustang power as the 1.5-liter four-cylinder Ecoboost engine still produces 158hp and 248Nm, and is mated to a seven-speed wet-type dual-clutch transmission as in the regular model.

Instead, metallic black finishes were painted on the metallic garnishes, the grille, the door mirrors, and the wheels to signify a sporty look. Inside is a different story as plush-white materials appear on the dashboard, the center console, the seats, and the door trim with cyber orange stitching infused.

A striking contrast to the edgy exterior. PHOTOS FROM FORD

Its features are shared with the Titanium X such as the 12-inch infotainment screen, the eight-speaker system, and the safety feature suite.

The Territory Sport is now available for P1,625,000—P26,000 more than what it’s based on. Ford Philippines offers the Five-Star Care Package promo that includes a free scheduled service plan and roadside assistance on top of the five-year warranty exclusively for new buyers of the crossover only this month.

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