The all-new Ford Ranger will be on show at the Ford stand at the NEC, Birmingham, after debuting at Geneva, during the Commercial Vehicle Show in April. The new pick-up features Adaptive Load Control, Trailer Sway Control, Voice Control and the segment’s first rear-view camera system.
On sale around November this year and available in three different cab body styles, there are two ride heights and four series choices. With an all-new chassis frame, front and rear suspension and steering system, towing capability is now 3300kg, up 300kg on the current model.
There’s a choice of two new common rail Ford Duratorq TDCi diesels and new six-speed, automatic and manual transmissions: A new Dagenham-built 2.2-litre Ford Duratorq TDCi I4 diesel engine with peak torque of 277lb ft and power output of 148bhp and 3.2-litre, or Ford Duratorq TDCi I5 diesel engine with 347lb ft of torque and power at 197bhp. Pricing will be announced nearer to launch.