The Ford Equator Sport debuted in China back in November 2021, and has since gone on sale in a number of global markets, albeit with under a different name – the Ford Territory. Thus far, the new Ford Territory has launched in Mexico, Vietnam, the Middle East, and Argentina, all over the course of the past couple of years, and now, the crossover can add yet another market to its list – Peru, as the Territory has officially arrived in that South American country as well.
The mid-size crossover heads to Peru in largely the same guise as other markets, though automaker didn’t provide any specifics in regards to what trims customers can choose from. In Argentina, the Territory can be had in SEL and Titanium trims, the former of which comes equipped with body-colored door handles, roof bars, 18-inch alloy wheels, and black cloth-covered manually adjustable seats, while the more luxurious Titanium adds power side mirrors, courtesy lighting, chrome sconces for the doors, and 10-way/four-way power adjustable driver/passenger front seats covered in two-tone leather with heat and ventilation.
The Titanium-trimmed Ford Territory also adds a host of additional amenities such as a panoramic sunroof, a multi-function leather-trimmed steering wheel, dual-zone climate control, wood trim, and ambient lighting, while one-touch power windows are available as an option for both it and SEL models. Inside the cabin, the SEL comes equipped with a seven-inch digital instrument cluster, while the Titanium adds a larger 12-inch unit, though both utilize a 12-inch infotainment screen.
The Territory is powered by the turbocharged Ford 1.8L EcoBoost powerplant, which generates 185 horsepower and 320 Nm (236 pound-feet) of torque and is mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission. Ford hasn’t yet announced pricing for the Territory in Peru, but in Argentina, it starts out at ARS 12,676,000 ($60,262 USD) for the SEL and ARS 14,690,000 ($69,847 USD) for the Titanium.