2015 Ford Ranger Wildtrak
2015 Ford Ranger Wildtrak
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New Ford Ranger


  • Debuts in Europe with a bold new look, cutting-edge technologies and enhanced diesel engines that deliver outstanding fuel efficiency
  • Flagship Wildtrak model offers exclusive exterior design features, unique interior with orange accents, and striking new Pride Orange signature colour
  • New Ford Ranger fuel efficiency improved up to 17 per cent supported by Auto-Start-Stop, new final drive ratios and Electric Power Assisted Steering;
  • CO2 from 171g/km
  • Smart technologies include SYNC 2 connectivity, Lane Keeping Aid and Adaptive Cruise Control

WELL we do like the look of this! Ford is getting in on the new pick up act with a smart new Ford Ranger pick up making its European debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show this month.

The flagship Ford Ranger Wildtrak model on display at the Frankfurt Show takes the Ranger pick up a distinctive new level,  including a bold new colour: Pride Orange.

“With the stunning new Wildtrak at the pinnacle of the line-up, the new Ford Ranger provides customers with an unbeatable combination of four-wheel drive capability, stand-out styling and premium features like SYNC 2 connectivity,” said Roelant de Waard, vice president marketing, sales and service, Ford of Europe.

“Ranger is ready for any challenge – offering optimised fuel efficiency, towing and payload capacity, and class-leading wading capability.”

The new Ford Ranger pick up offers improved fuel economy, with a more efficient powertrain range – enhanced by Auto-Start-Stop technology, new final drive ratio options and the introduction of Electric Power Assisted Steering (EPAS).

Ford says to expect improved mpg by as much as 17 per cent.

The improved diesel line-up features a 160PS variant of Ford’s latest 2.2-litre TDCi engine – delivering increased output compared to the 125PS and 150PS engines in the outgoing model – and the powerful 200PS five-cylinder 3.2-litre TDCi unit.

Both six-speed manual and automatic transmissions are available, and customers can select four-wheel drive and two-wheel drive variants. Wildtrak models feature four-wheel drive as standard.


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