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New T-Series Pricing Released By Ford NZ

New T-Series Pricing Released By Ford New Zealand

Ford New Zealand has released pricing for the new T-Series range. Carry over pricing is evident on the automatic version of the TE50, and both the automatic with Electronic Sports Shift (ESS) and manual versions of the TS50.

"Despite a substantial increase in engine capacity and associated power output, there has not been a wholesale increase in price," said T-Series Brand Manager, Ian Swann.

The only increases in pricing are on the manual TE50, and the luxury long wheelbase TL50.

"We are confident that this pricing will find favour with customers, and at the same time retain the prestigious nature of the T-Series range,' said Mr. Swann.

Prices for the new T-Series range are as follows:
- TE50 5.6L V8 250kW Automatic $77,000
- TE50 5.6L V8 250kW Manual $78,000
- TS50 5.6L V8 250kW Manual $87,000
- TS50 5.6L V8 250kW Automatic with ESS $87,000
- TL50 5.6L V8 250kW Automatic with ESS $105,000

The following options are also available for the new T-Series range:
- Koni Suspension $2,000
(Standard on the TS50 and TL50)
- BremboBrake Package $6,000
- Sunroof $2,500
- Premium Sound 250W $700
(Standard on the TL50)


For more information contact Lisa Franklin, Public & Government Affairs
Ph. (09) 277 8556, Fax (09) 277 5055, Mob (025) 997 761, lfrankl3@ford.com

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