Ford has updated pickup Ranger for EuropeJanuary 23, 2019
The model received an updated engine line.
Ford has introduced an updated pickup Ranger for Europe. The model received an updated line of engines and an expanded set of electronic security systems. Car sales will begin in the middle of this year.
The two-liter EcoBlue diesel fours are in the Ford Ranger unit line, with which the pickup has become nine percent more economical. Engines with one turbocharger give out 130 or 170 horsepower (340 and 420 Nm of torque), and the output of the twin-turbo engine is 213 hp (500 Nm). This is 13 hp and 30 Nm more torque than the outgoing 3.2 TDCi. EcoBlue units are combined with a 10-speed automatic transmission.
The Ford Ranger, available with single, double and one-and-a-half cabs, is “in the base” equipped with all-wheel drive, a collision avoidance system with a pedestrian detection function, a “smart” speed limiter. Also, the pickup is completed with the SYNC 3 multimedia complex, a Wi-Fi access point with the ability to connect up to 10 devices, and the function of remote control of the car from a smartphone.
The exterior of the pickup truck has changed a bit due to the installation of other bumpers and grille. In older trim levels, xenon headlights with LED DRLs are available. The Limited version features black leather trim and exclusive 17-inch wheels, Wildtrak – Saber Orange color, darkened grille and ventilation grilles.
In 2018, 51,500 Ford Ranger was sold in Europe, which is 15 percent more than a year earlier.
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