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Here are the specs of the PH-market Ford Mustang and Bronco

You can now make your reservation online

The seventh-gen Mustang will be available with two engine choices. PHOTO FROM FORD

If you think the current portfolio of Ford Philippines is rather limited, then you’d be happy to know that the automaker will soon be having some specialty offerings under its belt. These are the latest-generation Mustang and the Bronco—the latter being recently confirmed for launch within this year. And just in case you’re interested in how both models will be configured for our local market, the firm has made spec sheets available for download.

The Mustang will be available in two different flavors. The EcoBoost Premium packs a 315hp 2.3-liter turbo engine under the hood, while the GT Premium has a 486hp V8. From what we understand, both versions will be equipped identically except for slight variations in the exterior trim, the wheels, and the tires. Some features worth highlighting include a Bang & Olufsen sound system, Ford Co-Pilot360 driver aids, and FordPass compatibility.

The EcoBoost Premium will be priced at P3,499,000, while the GT Premium will go for P3,999,000. A copy of the brochure is available here. Click here to place a reservation.

The local-market Bronco will come equipped with the Sasquatch Package. PHOTO FROM FORD

The Bronco, on the other hand, will arrive in the rugged Outer Banks version. The 2.7-liter V6 engine produces a healthy 330hp, and the vehicle’s standard Sasquatch Package includes Bilstein dampers, 17-inch wheels, and 35-inch mud-terrain tires. The doors and the hardtop are also detachable, so the Bronco clearly has its sights on that other popular American off-roader. Topping everything off is the GOAT (Goes Over Any Terrain) system of selectable off-road modes.

Prices for the Bronco start at P4,998,000, and the spec sheet can be downloaded here. You can also reserve your vehicle using this link.

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