Ford Australia has dropped the price on its entire 2014 Territory range by between $3000 and $6500 while improving standard features.

Ford has slashed prices on its 2014 Territory range by up to $6500. With recommended prices starting at $36,9901 for the SZ Territory TX MkII, Ford General Marketing Manager, David Katic, said the MLP had been reduced between $3000 and $6500 across the three-model range.

“The price reduction means exceptional value for customers for a vehicle that has won hearts across the country as Australia’s only locally engineered and designed SUV,” Katic said.

“With a fuel-efficient 4.0-litre petrol engine, a proven 2.7-litre V6 common rail turbo diesel engine, styling changes and a host of new features, including Ford’s SYNC2 system, the SZ Territory Mk II represents excellent value.”

The Territory SZ MkII TX rear-wheel drive MLP is now $36,990 (+ORC), compared to $39,990 (+ORC) for the outgoing SZ Territory TX RWD while the range-topping Titanium TDCi all-wheel drive is $56,740 (+ORC), compared to the outgoing SZ Territory Titanium TDCi all-wheel drive at $59,990 (+ORC).

Ford said in a statement that despite prices being cut, features have been improved across the range with the entry-level $36,990 (+ORC) Territory TX rear-wheel drive petrol model getting a reverse camera, 8-inch high-resolution touch colour screen, voice control, DAB+ radio, SYNC2 with Emergency Assistance and front parking sensors.


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