Ford will unveil the next model of its Ranger pickup truck this month. The American firm claims it has collaborated with consumers worldwide to make the new Ranger the ideal companion for work, family, and pleasure. It is said to be more "intelligent," "versatile," and "efficient."
Jim Farley, CEO of Ford, said: "In over 180 markets worldwide, our pickup has always been the ideal companion for small company owners, farmers, families, explorers, commercial fleets, and others. And, with the arrival of the new Ranger, the moment has come to honor our promises. This is more than simply a product that our clients will like; it is an ongoing experience that will assist us in developing strong and enduring relationships with them. People will want to buy and live in a pickup truck."
The new Ford Ranger's appearance is centered on a redesigned grille and C-shaped headlamps up front. It should be noted that matrix LED headlights are being offered for the first time on the Ranger. In addition, Ford has made sure to include soft-touch materials and a central touch screen (10.1 or 12 inches) with the SYNC4 system in the interior.
The new Ford Ranger pickup truck, available in XLT, Sport, and Wildtrak trim levels, has an upgraded chassis with a 50mm larger wheelbase and a 50mm wider track than the previous model. Also, to obtain a greater angle of attack, the Ranger's front wheels have been shifted 50mm forward. The rear suspension shocks were likewise relocated to the outside of the spars by engineers.
The new Ford Ranger pickup truck can accommodate a variety of engines, beginning with a 3.0-liter turbodiesel V6. Customers will also have the option of selecting a 2.0-liter four-cylinder diesel engine with one or two turbos. In addition, the firm states that its new machine will be able to obtain the familiar EcoBoost engine with 2.3 liters of displacement. Transmission options include:
- a new 10-speed automatic transmission.
- a six-speed manual transmission.
- a six-speed automatic transmission.
According to Ford, the new Ranger is fully customizable. To do this, it has worked with ARB 4x4 Attachments to provide its consumers with over 600 various accessories that will be pretty useful in everyday life. The blue oval trademark indicates that the new Ranger pickup truck will be manufactured in Ford plants in Thailand and South Africa in 2022.
If you've been thinking about purchasing a 2022 Ford Ranger, you'll be relieved to hear that you have numerous options. The new Ford Ranger pickup may be customized to your specifications. In addition, you can make the 2022 Ford Ranger yours at a reasonable price by selecting from a variety of trim levels, packages, and add-ons.
A while ago, the Ford Ranger Raptor Special Edition was launched at a special starting price of 58,000 euros. I presume that the new Ranger's price will be way below this, something starting around $25,000.
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