Ahead of the arrival of the 182 registration plate on July 2, Ford says it has a range of offers as part of the company’s ‘Clean up for 182’ campaign.
Deals include promised reductions of up to €6,000 on some of Ireland’s best-selling cars, plus the peace of mind of a seven-year warranty.
Ciarán McMahon, managing director of Ford Ireland, says the company is offering motorists the opportunity to get out of older, less fuel efficient cars and ‘Clean up for 182’.
“This summer, we are inviting anyone in the market for a new car to opt for one of our new models which have engines that are all Euro 6 compliant, meaning they all meet the strictest European emissions regulations," he says.
The campaign includes reductions on highly specced versions of several of Ford’s most popular models, including the Kuga ST-Line with a reduction of up to €6,000, new EcoSport with a reduction of up to €4,250, Focus Titanium with a reduction of up to €5,250, Focus ST-Line with a reduction of up to €4,700, Fiesta with a reduction of up to €1,750, Grand C-MAX Titanium (seven seater ) with a reduction of up to €5,150, Mondeo ST-Line with a reduction of up to €5,950, S-MAX ST-Line with a reduction of up to €4,150, and the Galaxy Titanium with a reduction of up to €4,350.
It says the stylish and sporty ST-Line version of the popular Ford Kuga is an example of the value to customers can get in the offers. The versatile Kuga ST-Line is available with SYNC 3, the latest version of Ford’s cutting-edge interactive entertainment and communications technology (incorporating satellite navigation ), hands-free tailgate, rear view camera, and panoramic roof, priced from €33,050 at participating dealers and, as always, with offers, terms and conditions apply.
Says McMahon: The Clean up for 182 deal on Kuga ST-Line makes that model a strong contender for anyone looking for an attractive SUV with lots of specification and cutting-edge technologies and all at a great value price."