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New Ford Exploerer Owners - Free Ski Offer

New Ford Owners Exploring The Boundaries With Free Ski Offer

To celebrate the impending arrival of winter, Ford New Zealand is offering private and small fleet buyers who purchase a new Ford Explorer before the end of June a free 'No Boundaries' ski express weekend in Wanaka.

The 'No Boundaries' package is worth approximately $2000, and includes return flights for two from Auckland, Wellington, Nelson or Christchurch, two nights accommodation, ski passes and the use of a Ford Explorer rental car.

'No Boundaries' is a concept that focuses on the vehicle as being a vital part of enabling people to escape to and explore the outdoors whilst pursuing leisure and recreational activities.

"The Ford Explorer is a go-anywhere type of vehicle. People who participate in 'No Boundaries' orientated pursuits such as skiing need a solid and reliable vehicle to get them there and back safely," said Ford New Zealand Marketing Manager, Steve Pleciak.

"Ford vehicles such as the Explorer, and the recently released Escape, are capable of achieving this and are the ideal vehicles to use when participating in 'No Boundaries' activities."

As well as the dealer-fit 'No Boundaries' accessories that add practicality to the vehicles, the range also includes clothing, backpacks, beanies and 'outdoors hardware' such as thermos flasks, travel mugs and pocketknives.


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