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Ford Reveals Final Ba Falcon Secret

Ford Reveals Final Ba Falcon Secret

Ford New Zealand has lifted the lid on the final BA Falcon secret, revealing the recommended retail price of the stunning new line up.

"The AUD$500 million investment in the BA Falcon programme has allowed for the development of what is essentially a complete exterior styling change, a smart new interior, five new more powerful engines, and an entirely new independent rear suspension set up in our sedans," said Falcon Brand Manger, Ian Swann.

"The new BA Falcon is the most complete car, in terms of aesthetics, styling and genuine drivability that Ford Australia has ever produced."

The new BA Falcon range will be available at Ford dealerships nationwide in November, and the recommended retail price of the BA Falcon Ute, XR8 and FPV vehicles will be announced at their respective launches.

XT 4.0L DOHC Auto. $43,700
XT 4.0L DOHC (DLPG) Auto. $45,200
Futura 4.0L DOHC Auto. $47,000
XR6 4.0L DOHC Man. $49,900
XR6 4.0L DOHC Auto. $49,900
XR6 4.0L DOHC Turbo Man. $56,400
XR6 4.0L DOHC Turbo Auto. $56,400
Fairmont 4.0L DOHC Auto. $49,900
Fairmont 5.4L V8 (3V) Auto. $55,900
Fairmont Ghia 4.0L DOHC Auto. $59,900
Fairmont Ghia 5.4L V8 (3V) Auto. $65,900

Wagon Models XT 4.0L DOHC Floor Auto. $44,700
XT 4.0L DOHC (DLPG) Auto. $46,200
Futura 4.0L DOHC Auto. $48,000

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