- Ford campervan, the Wellhouse Ford Terrier, exceeds sales forecasts since October 2013 launch
- Wellhouse set to increase production to 250 a year
BRENTWOOD, Essex, UK, September 26, 2014 – A leading campervan conversion company, Wellhouse Leisure, has sold its 100th Ford campervan less than a year after its launch at the Motorhome and Caravan Show, Birmingham in October 2013.
The 100th Ford Terrier was sold to a customer from West Yorkshire and will be delivered in April 2015. It’s the SE model in Deep Impact Blue with a 2.2-litre, 125PS Ford Duratorq TDCi engine and have added further options including a towbar, a safe, an external BBQ point, reversing camera and a roof bed.
The Ford Terrier campervan range includes three models – S, SE and Sport – with on the road prices from £39,500-£46,500 (including VAT).
To keep up with the high level of demand, as well as production of demonstrators for the increasing number of retailers selling the Ford Terrier, Wellhouse has invested £125,000 in new equipment for its factory and hired an additional 10 employees.
David Elliott, managing director of Wellhouse Leisure, said: “We are delighted to have sold our 100th Terrier and, we’re also pleasantly surprised as we didn’t dare dream that we would reach this level of sales so quickly. The Terrier exceeded even our boldest sales forecasts thanks to its winning combination of high standard specification, great design and good value for money”.
The Ford Tourneo Custom went on sale at the beginning of 2013 and during 2014, monthly sales have trebled year over year.