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    #41
    Quote Originally Posted by tsupermario View Post
    Inspired by the Chinese market Equator Sport Dark Edition.

    PS: Those are 20-inch wheels by the way with 245/45R20 tires.

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    Is the stealth variant limited to the Titanium X only or does the Titanium version also have this colorway?

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    #43
    the one on display is a titanium



    smaller rims

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    I had actually thought that Ford made a mistake pricing-wise (given that the TOTL of the first gen was at 1.3M).

    Comparing it to the Yaris Cross, HR-V, Kicks, and the upcoming Xforce, it does look like the Ford Territory is a better deal on paper; particularly considering the base HR-V, non-hybrid Yaris Cross, and Xforce are all barely over 100hp.

    It seems to be the trend these days for japanese manufacturers to have underpowered crossovers just to compete on price. The Kicks is a notable exception as it has great torque but I wonder how much punch it can deliver past 110 kph.

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    #45
    https://www.topgear.com.ph/drives/ca...-20230904-lfrm

    Tsikoteer Niky reviews the Titanium (base):

    "Despite these niggles, the Territory is fantastic value for money. There are sportier Chinese competitors at this price, but nothing with this much space at this level of refinement. I went into this drive a skeptic, given that the original Territory felt like a mid-tier product from a mid-tier Chinese brand, complete with the associated quality issues that it entailed.

    This car, however, is much worthier of the Ford badge. It still doesnít feel as premium as the European-engineered Ford Escape that bowed out a few years back, but at just P1.35 million pesos, it offers refinement, amenities and luxury to rival the big boys. Granted, itís still Chinese-built, but at this point the fit and finish of top-tier Chinese-built cars easily matches or surpasses that of ASEAN and Indian-built Japanese or Korean cars.

    The only remaining questions are reliability and after-sales support. We canít comment on the former, but for the latter, the expansive Ford dealership network gives the Territory an advantage in terms of sales potential versus any Chinese competitor. We wonít be surprised if this one is a bigger sales success than the first one. With the level of improvement weíve seen here, it deserves it."

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    #46
    Quote Originally Posted by Verbl Kint View Post
    I had actually thought that Ford made a mistake pricing-wise (given that the TOTL of the first gen was at 1.3M).
    The new Territory (aka Equator Sport in China) is actually positioned higher than the previous Territory (which is still sold in China).

    I guess, in a way it has matured from being an in between compact-sized subcompact to an actual compact-segment SUV.
    Last edited by AG4; September 22nd, 2023 at 11:03 PM.

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    #47
    Dami na din nakikita sa daan. Maganda design at mukhang mag age well. Okay tailights design at pattern kapag nag brake.

    Kung mag cross shop sa same price range. Territory Titanium vs. Innova E AT? Leaning towards Innova kaso mahaba na. Though mas malapad ang Ford.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bxr monkey View Post
    Dami na din nakikita sa daan. Maganda design at mukhang mag age well. Okay tailights design at pattern kapag nag brake.

    Kung mag cross shop sa same price range. Territory Titanium vs. Innova E AT? Leaning towards Innova kaso mahaba na. Though mas malapad ang Ford.
    I read somewhere that Ford Philippines was able to sell 5,000-plus Next-Gen Territory units in its first five months. Not bad for a C-segment SUV that starts over P1.3M.

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