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 2019 Black Friday Savings on Ford Commercial Vehicles

By Joanne Hogan | November 28, 2019

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Save between £2,500 - £9,650 on selected Ford vans & Ford Ranger

 2019 Black Friday Savings on Ford Commercial Vehicles
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Black Friday Commercial Vehicle Promotions

The Ford Black Friday Promotion is on from now until the end of November. The offers could save you between £2,500 to £9,650 off a new Ford commercial vehicle.

Which models are on offer?

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The Transit Courier features small van efficiency but with big van capabilities. The Transit Connect, which is loaded with tech. The eye-catching, mid-sized, load-transporting Transit Custom. Also the Ranger Wildtrak pick-up.

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See what you could save. Then take a test drive in the Ford that suits your job.
 

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Black Friday Saving excl VAT

  • Fiesta Sport Van £2,800
  • Transit Courier Limited £3,200
  • Transit Custom Limited £6,450
  • Transit 350 (Pre-MCA) £9,650
  • New Ranger Wildtrak (3.2 Engine Only) £4,000
  • In addition, there's 0% APR on Ford Acquire. 

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