Meet the New Ford Ranger at Hendy Showrooms Now

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The new Ford Ranger works hard and looks great, visit a Hendy showroom for more details.

The new Ford Ranger WildTrak

Not just for work, the Ford Ranger is a great buy for a perfect leisure vehicle.

Hendy is excited to announce that the new Ford Ranger has hit its showrooms. This is a fun, yet practical vehicle that works hard and looks great! This is one of the latest models to be launched by Ford in 2012 and looks set to be a great seller with a price from £14,753.63.

“We are delighted to see the new Ford Ranger finally arrive in our showrooms in Southampton and Portsmouth,” commented David Graham, Commercial Sales Manager, Hendy Group. “There has been a lot of hype about this vehicle and it definitely hasn’t disappointed. It is bolder and more dynamic looking, with a redesigned interior offering premium comfort.”

David Graham continues, “The new Ford Ranger offers effective suspension which soaks up rocky, rutted tracks without losing its composure. Not just for work, the Ford Ranger is a great buy for a perfect leisure vehicle.”

Appealing to the commercial and leisure community in the UK, the arrival of the new Ranger means it is a serious competitor in the off-road and commercial market and the four wheel drive market. This is a versatile vehicle that could fit nicely into many different lives.

There is a choice of four models (from the well-equipped XL to the top specification Wildtrak) and three different cab configurations. Each offers varying degrees of space, luxury and innovative features designed to fit your lifestyle or business needs. Plus, there are two engines with either 4x2 rear-wheel drive or go-anywhere 4x4.

As with all Ford vehicles, the new Ford Ranger comes with the Ford Standard. Ford believes the latest technology should be available to everyone. In any Ford car, you’ll find safety and communication systems, in-car entertainment and advanced driving dynamics all included as standard. This means a wealth of cutting-edge features and technology are available at just the one price. So whenever, The Ford Standard is seen, there is a guarantee it offers the very best value for your money.

For more details contact the Hendy Group on 0800 032 0766 or visit our two showrooms where the new Ford Ranger can be seen:

Hendy Van & Truck, School Lane, Chandlers Ford Industrial Estate, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO53 4DG

Hendy Van & Truck, Southampton Road, Cosham, Hampshire, PO6 4RW

For more information about the Hendy Group, contact Digital Marketing Manager Nic Jones on +44 (0) 23 80271 271

Information for Editors:

Hendy Group Ltd
Chandlers Ford Industrial Estate
School Lane
United Kingdom
SO53 4DG

Telephone: 023 8027 1271
Fax: 023 8062 7539

Hendy Group Ltd is a premier family motor group with around 20 premises stretching across southern England from Devon to West Sussex.

Hendy holds Ford, Mazda, Kia and Honda franchises, plus Ford, and Iveco van and truck franchises. The company handles all aspects of sales, servicing, parts, hire, accident repairs and Rapid Fit. Specialist operations include engine dynamometer testing, fuel injection testing and repairs, as well as engine sales to the construction and marine industries.

Hendy was founded in 1859 and whilst having grown to a company of significant geographical and economic size, the Hendy Group remains a closely-knit family concern. Currently, both the Chairman and Deputy Chairman are great-grandsons of the company founder F.A. Hendy, with the next generation of sons and daughters within the company structure ensuring the continuity of the family business.

Throughout the company's history, the Hendy family can be said to have followed good business practice by grasping opportunities as they've appeared, and reviewed operations in order to remain efficient. Above all, the Hendy family has always been careful to continue to meet the needs of customers, ensuring that they enjoy the best service and attention at all times.

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