Ford introduced a diesel all-terrain vehicleFebruary 8, 2020
The Brazilian company Troller, which is owned by Ford, has shown a new all-terrain vehicle TX4 for the car market in South America. The SUV is a T4 model, which has been produced since 2001. The TX4 differs from the previous model by the presence of a 6-speed automatic transmission, attributes for off-road and equipment.
Troller T4 family SUVs are built on the shortened frame design of the Ford Ranger pickup truck. The car is equipped with a 3.2-liter Duratorq 5-cylinder turbodiesel with a capacity of 200 hp. (470 Nm). Instead of a 6-speed manual transmission, the TX4 all-terrain vehicle is equipped with a Ford automatic transmission with the same number of gears.
The off-road arsenal of the Troller TX4 consists of rigid axles, an electronically controlled transfer case, and a rear differential lock.
Standard TX4 has power bumpers, snorkel, “mud” tires Pirelli dimension 245/70 R17, reinforced steps and extra light. A feature of all-terrain vehicles is a combined body color in blue-brown, blue-green or blue-gray shade.
In the interior of the model, it is worth noting the presence of a 2-zone climate control and infotainment complex with support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The seats are sheathed with wear-resistant leatherette, there is a mount for a child seat. TX4 also differs in that it has an orange stitching of the passenger compartment and a fringing of ventilation deflectors.
Troller considers the TX4 an independent model and intends to sell the all-terrain vehicle in parallel with the old T4. The initial cost of the new model is 167,500 Brazilian reais.
South American dealers have already received the Troller TX4. The SUV is not planned to be delivered to other continents, but this year Ford is going to demonstrate the “global” Bronco frame SUV, which will receive similar consumer characteristics.
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