The Ford F-250 joined the Toyota Tundra at Kerry’s this December.
The Ford F-250 boasts a 6.7 litre V8 common-rail turbo diesel engine producing 294 kW of power and a massive 1084 Nm of torque. Combined with six-speed automatic transmission and on-the-fly four-wheel drive, that’s a huge FIVE-TONNE towing capacity with exceptional all-terrain ability. Just imagine where you can go, there are no limits.
Dealer Principal of Kerry’s Automotive Group, Greg Ambrose-Pearce said he expects these new trucks to stir up considerable interest in the Territory. We love our dual cab utes, we love our outdoors and we love the Territory lifestyle. The new F-250 and Toyota Tundra not only introduce a new level of power, but also supreme style and comfort for your next adventure.
Kerry’s Automotive Group will offer the new Ford Super Duty crew-cab top-spec Lariat from $139,500 driveaway.
“This is extremely competitive value when compared on features, work capacity and price with other premium 4WDs.
“In addition, customers of Kerry’s will have the assurance their vehicle is not just a one-off conversion and sale. Vehicles will come with fully-warranty, production-line quality, consistency and parts availability.
Kerry’s Automotive Group is currently the only Territory dealer authorised to sell vehicles on behalf of the importer. Performax International has close to 25 years' experience importing and re-engineering American vehicles to full Australian Design Rule compliance, with work completed to ISO 9001 Quality Assurance standards. The company is now also certified to ISO/TS 16949 (Automotive Quality Management). With right hand drive conversions unnoticeable in the cab, you’ll be wowed by the roominess and comfort on offer.
Performax International offers an industry exclusive four year/120,000km factory backed new car warranty with 24-hour Road Side Assist. This is backed 100% by their factory and is not an after-market new car warranty or mechanical warranty as favoured by most companies.
This is just the start of Kerry’s venture into new trucks with another F-250 already on-route to join the crew.