Ford announces 2021 Ranger pickup in STX Special EditionSeptember 22, 2020
The 2021 Ford Ranger version of the mid-size truck will receive a new performance called the STX Special Edition. The model will receive advanced technical equipment, new rims, and a number of changes in the cabin.
Ford Ranger 2021 in XL version (photos not yet available – FX2 version in the photo) will supposedly be able to look a little more stylish with the introduction of the additional STX Special Edition “package”. There is no information on the price of the new product yet.
The STX Special Edition includes quite a few options, most notably 18-inch black rims with machined rims. This rim set comes with 4X2 All-Terrain Truck Tires, 4X4 All-Terrain Tires and White Lettering All-Terrain Tires combined with the FX4 Off-Road Package.
The cabin features dual-zone climate control, a rear defroster with heated rear window, an eight-inch infotainment screen with Sync 3 software and SiriusXM satellite radio.
For the STX Special Edition to be available, the buyer must purchase the Ranger XL pickup with the 101A “package” add-on. It is also necessary to order the usual STX appearance “package”. It includes fog lights, tow hooks, cargo box decal and Ebony Black four-way fabric seats.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the Ford Bronco SUV is now available with a 7-speed manual transmission. The new generation of the American Ford Bronco SUV is now available with a 7-speed manual transmission. This transmission was added by popular request from SUV fans.
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