Overwhelming demand for Ford EcoSport compact SUV has seen a longer waiting period. To tackle this long line of eager buyers, the company has announced the introduction of a third shift at its Maraimalainagar Plant.
With official launch dates still not confirmed, Ford is showcasing its EcoSport SUV in two trim levels at SDAC showrooms to gain the attention of buyers across Malaysia. Showcased in 1.5L Trend and Titanium variants, prices are speculated to stand at RM 96k (Rs 18.29 lakhs) to RM 104k (Rs 19.81 lakhs) respectively once launched.
Seen in brand new exterior colours and new trim levels, a new variant of Ford EcoSport has made its way to Brazil. Offered in threeÂ new body colours, including Solid White Vanilla, Dublin Metallic Silver and Pearlescent Red Merlot, there is not other change in exterior.
Ford India sales in May 2014 has more than doubled over May 2013 with 12,288 vehicles (combined domestic wholesales and exports) sold as against 5,993 units sold in the corresponding month last year. Ford sales in India stood at 6,053 vehicles in May, up 51% over 4,002 vehicles sold in may 2013.
Ford India has re-opened bookings for all urban SUV Ford EcoSport variants. This includes 1.5L Petrol Ti-VCT Manual Transmission Ambiente, Trend, and Titanium. 1.5L Petrol Ti-VCT Automatic Transmission Titanium, 1.0L EcoBoost Petrol Manual Transmission Titanium and Titanium (O). And from the 1.5L Diesel TDCI Manual Transmission range, Ambiente, Trend, Titanium, and Titanium (O).
Ford has gone full steam ahead at the Bangkok International Motor Show with three new offerings in the form of a rugged Ford Everest Concept, all new EcoSport and Fiesta. The new Everest Concept marks Fords entry into the mid-sized, seven seater SUV specifically with ASEAN and global markets in mind.
Ford EcoSport, one of the most sought after compact SUVs in India currently, was introduced in June 2013. It has taken over the utility vehicle segment by storm. Increased demand and more than expected bookings have thrown delivery schedules into a tizzy with the company trying to add another shift to counter burgeoning waiting period.