The 2014 Ford Falcon XR6.
The 2014 Ford Falcon XR6.

Ford drops prices across last Falcon range to be produced

THE last Ford Falcon to be produced will be lighter on Australian wallets. Ford has revealed price drops across the range, with hefty cuts on the top-end luxury models.

Base six-cylinder Falcons will start from $35,900 plus on-roads - a drop of $1335. But the range-topping G6E Turbo is reduced by nearly $10,000, to $46,550.

Ford will release the final FG X Falcon models in December before finishing Australian manufacturing in 2016. 

Falcon Ute has also dropped between $1380 and $3750.

The Territory SUV will also be on the receiving end of customer price improvements. The three-model range will be between $3000 and $6500 less expensive. 

Falcon prices plus on-roads

 Model

Falcon FG X Sedan

Falcon FG MkII Sedan

Price change

 4.0L Petrol AT

 $35,900 

 $37,235

 -$1,335

 XR6 4.0L Petrol MT

 $35,590

 $39,990 

 -$4,400

 XR6 4.0L Petrol AT

 $37,790

 $40,990

 -$3,200

 XR6 Turbo 4.0L Petrol MT

 $42,990

 $46,235

 -$3,245

 XR6 Turbo 4.0L Petrol AT

 $45,190

 $48,235

 -$3,045

 G6E 4.0L Petrol AT

 $40,110

 $46,735

 -$6,625

 G6E Turbo 4.0L Petrol AT

 $46,550

 $56,235

 -$9,685

Falcon Ute prices plus on-roads

 Model

Falcon FG X Ute

Falcon FG MkII Ute

Price change

 Falcon Ute C/C AT

 $29,390

 $28,590

 +$800

 Falcon Ute SSB AT

 $29,790

 $28,990

 +$800

 XR6 C/C AT

 $32,140

 $35,890

 -$3,750

 XR6 SSB AT

 $32,640

 $36,190

 -$3,550

 XR6 Turbo SSB AT

 $39,910

 $41,190

 -$1,380



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