Ford Territory

Ford Australia struck gold with the original Ford Territory.

Launched in 2004, the large Territory SUV was the perfect car for the time. In fact, it worked so well that it stole sales from Ford's traditional Falcon station wagon, forcing the model's decline and eventual demise in 2010. Based on the Falcon platform, the Territory is available with the choice of rear or all-wheel-drive, and in a range of trim levels starting with the $38,490 Territory TX (RWD). Higher-spec versions, like the $57,740 Territory Titanium (4x4) feature all-wheel-drive as standard.

In 2011, the Territory gained a 2.7-litre turbo-diesel engine, developed during Ford's partnership with Land Rover, providing the power and torque of the big Aussie inline six-cylinder without the fuel consumption. The Territory has reached the end of its journey, however, thanks to the closing of Ford's Australian operations.

Ford Territory Reviews

2016

Ford Territory Titanium 2016 review

Ewan Kennedy road tests and reviews the 2016 Ford Territory Titanium with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

2015

Used Ford Territory review: 2004-2015

Ewan Kennedy reviews the SX, SY SY II, SZ and SZ II Ford Territory between 2004 and 2015 as a used buy.Read more

Ford Ranger and Territory 2015 review

James Stanford road tests and reviews the Ford Ranger and Territory with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

Kia Sorento, Toyota Kluger and Ford Territory 2015 review | 7-seat SUV comparison

Richard Blackburn road tests and reviews the Kia Sorento, Toyota Kluger and Ford Territory with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

Ford Territory SZ MkII 2015 review

Derek Ogden road tests and reviews the 2015 Ford SZ Mk.II Territory, with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

2014

Used Ford Territory review: 2011-2014

Graham Smith reviews the 2011, 2012,2013, 2014 Ford Territory as a used buy.Read more

2013

Holden vs Ford | which one to buy

Holden and Ford have a longstanding rivalry on the race track -- but it's tame compared to the showroom battle.Read more

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2012

Used Ford Territory review: 2004-2012

Ford Territory is unique in being an Australian-designed and built SUV. Every other vehicle in this market segment is an imported design that may or may not have been adapted to suit Australia driving conditions. Launched way back in May 2004, with a...Read more

Ford Territory 2012 Review

When it comes to towing, Ford's turbodiesel Territory is a natural. Armed with plenty of pulling power, an intuitive six-speed automatic transmission, a broad and stable footprint and class-leading chassis dynamics, the Territory can tow up to...Read more

You could expect to pay

$42,625

based third party pricing data

Lowest Price

$30,360

Highest Price

$54,890

Range & Specifications

2017 SUV - Discontinued Feb 2017
Titanium (4x4)
Market Price
$47,190 – 54,890
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2017 SUV - Discontinued Feb 2017
Titanium (RWD)
Market Price
$44,660 – 51,920
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2017 SUV - Discontinued Feb 2017
TS (4x4)
Market Price
$41,580 – 48,950
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2017 SUV - Discontinued Feb 2017
TS (RWD)
Market Price
$37,620 – 44,220
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2017 SUV - Discontinued Feb 2017
TX (4x4)
Market Price
$36,080 – 42,900
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2017 SUV - Discontinued Feb 2017
TX (RWD)
Market Price
$34,430 – 41,030
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