The Ford Ranger has been the Blue Oval’s staple pick-up truck for quite a few years now.
It was facelifted in 2016, which included a package of updates to ensure the Ranger keeps up in the hard-fought UK pick-up market.
The new grille is similar in design to Ford’s SUV range including the Edge and recently facelifted Kuga. Inside has had a refresh, too, and there’s a host of technology and active safety upgrades. You can also get Ford’s SYNC2 voice-activated navigation and infotainment system on higher spec cars. The engines have been tweaked to improve efficiency, including stop-start and a more efficient electric power steering system, while the suspension has been reworked to improve the Ranger’s on-road handling.
There are three Ford Ranger body styles: the single cab and extended Super Cab that are suitable for commercial use, while the full size Double Cab is also suitable for private use, too. You can get two-wheel drive with the standard cab, but the majority of the range comes with 4×4. There are manual and automatic gearbox options, and a choice of two diesel engines. The basic four-cylinder 2.2 TDCi diesel has 158bhp, but the five-cylinder 3.2 TDCi has a healthy 197bhp.
- Air Conditioning
- Alloy Wheels With Locking Wheel Nuts
- Cruise Control
- Day Running Lights
- Electric Front Windows
- Fog Lights
- Heated Windscreen
- Leather Upholstery
- Parking Sensors
- Rear view camera
- Remote Central Locking
- Steering Wheel Mounted Controls
- Touch Screen Integrated Navigation
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