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2016 Ford Territory Pricing and Specs

Price Guide

The Ford Territory 2016 prices range from $14,990 for the basic trim level SUV Territory TX (rwd) to $41,850 for the top of the range SUV Territory Titanium (4x4).

The Ford Territory 2016 is available in Diesel and Regular Unleaded Petrol.

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Ford Territory Models SPECS PRICE
Titanium (4x4) 2.7LDiesel6 speed automatic $24,900 – 33,000
Titanium (RWD) 2.7LDiesel6 speed automatic $23,500 – 31,900
Titanium (RWD) 4.0LRegular Unleaded Petrol6 speed automatic $20,800 – 28,270
TS (4X4) 2.7LDiesel6 speed automatic $20,400 – 27,720
TS (rwd) 2.7LDiesel6 speed automatic $19,000 – 26,510
TS (rwd) 4.0LRegular Unleaded Petrol6 speed automatic $18,700 – 26,070
TX (4X4) 2.7LDiesel6 speed automatic $17,000 – 23,650
TX (rwd) 2.7LDiesel6 speed automatic $17,100 – 23,870
TX (rwd) 4.0LRegular Unleaded Petrol6 speed automatic $15,800 – 22,000

Ford Territory 2016 FAQs

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  • Best SUV replacement for Mercedes C-Class?

    It's an interesting put-down of the Mercedes-Benz. The Territory is an all-round good car that has been developed for Australian roads, it might be more comfortable than the 'Benz, but I wouldn't say it was of a better quality. You could also look at a Toyota Kluger or a Kia Sorento, both of which would handle the roads well, be comfortable and are of a decent quality.

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  • Best options when buying a mid-size SUV?

    The Kia Sorento, our Car of the Year in 2015, gets The Tick from me. It has everything you want and need and is a good drive, with a seven-year warranty. If it's out of your price range, go for the smaller Kia Sportage.

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  • Why is the transmission in my 2016 Ford Territory intermittently down-shifting?

    Some Territories of around this vintage experienced a problem with a dud output-speed sensor within the automatic transmission. The sensor could cause an intermittent fault where the transmission wasn’t telling the rest of the car how fast it was going and, in some cases, could cause the transmission to suddenly shift back to first gear. That sounds a lot like your symptoms. Ford reckons it had this problem fixed by early 2013, well before your car was built, but I reckon it’d still be worth a check of the sensor’s operation via an electronic scan.

    The other recurring problem with the Territory’s transmission was when the transmission cooler failed internally and the gearbox oil and the coolant became mixed. That destroyed the gearbox both mechanically and electronically in pretty quick time and if that’s your problem, a rebuilt or replacement transmission is the only fix.

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