As commercial vehicle (CV) sales continue their improved performance in 2021 following the huge impact of Covid-19 during 2020, Ford is aiming to maintain its market-leading position by announcing a suite of 212 registration promotional offers on the company’s award-winning range.
The Ford 212 registration sales promotion includes a mix of price savings on selected models coupled with low APR finance packages of 2.9 percent and in the case of Ireland’s no. 1 pick-up model, the Ford Ranger, there is an unbeatable 0 percent APR offer or a price saving of €4,700 specifically on the attractive Wildtrak series.
“As with the wider economy, business within the commercial vehicle sales segment has been seriously affected by the multiple lockdowns and the consequent disruption to our operations”, said John Manning, Market Lead of Ford Ireland. “However, the huge boom in online shopping as a direct result of the pandemic and the consequent growth in home deliveries was one factor that helped to buoy up sales of vans over the period and we have seen that continue into 2021. To capitalise on this business opportunity, we have announced an enticing suite of 212 registration price savings across our range of CVs.”
In addition to the 2.9 percent finance deals, customers can avail of savings on all of Ford’s key CV models including:
Fiesta Van with a saving of up to €1,500
Transit Courier with a saving of up to €3,000
Transit Connect with a saving of up to €1,750
Transit Custom with a saving of up to €6,500
Transit with a saving of up to €8,000
And of course, there is the great 0 percent APR offer on Ranger Wildtrak or a saving of up to €4,700.
“The Ford Ranger has grown in popularity in Ireland year-on-year to the point where it is the top-selling vehicle in its segment. Already for 2021, we have sold 455 Ranger units here, more than double the number of our nearest competitor and 55 percent of the total number sold from this segment. These great incentives for buying the new Ranger Wildtrak will really help to cement that leadership position for the nameplate in Ireland.”