The bold new exterior is instantly noticeable on the All-New Ford Ranger. Design features include a wide stance and larger grille to at the front, and to the rear, a new tailgate complete with "RANGER" stamped onto it.
When it comes to carrying cargo, features such as a load box access step, box top and tailgate protective capping and a bedliner with functional divider locations.
If off-road capability is what you are looking for, the All-New Ranger will not disappoint with a choice of two different four-wheel drive systems available along with selectable drive modes.
The All-New Ranger will be available with a choice of 2.0-litre turbodiesels (in Single and Bi-Turbo configurations) as well as a new powerful 3.0 litre turbodiesel V6. There’s also a choice of six-speed manual or auto and a 10-speed automatic transmission so you can be assured of an engine that meets your specific requirements.
The visual changes do not stop at the exterior - the interior too has been completely redesigned with comfort and functionality in mind. The cabin feels spacious and finished to a high quality thanks to the premium materials used.
Inside the All-New Ranger you'll find a large digital instrument cluster which responds to the truck’s selectable drive modes and displays data and off-roading information as well as navigation. The high resolution touchscreen display with SYNC 4 is also a key focal point inside the vehicle and it allows for split screen app or feature viewing . When it comes to charging your phone during a busy working day, you'll have no trouble - and no wires - thanks to the large wireless charging pad.
The All-New Ranger is capable of taking on any terrain with up to six available drive modes - this feature was previously only available on the Ranger Raptor. You'll also find the new model Ranger to be extremely versatile with double cab fold flat seats which can free up more functional space plus there is also additional storage under the seats and behind the rear seats. Also available will be a 360-degree camera giving you a view of what’s in front and behind the vehicle, while a top-down view helps you to park and avoid nearby obstacles.