The Ford Ranger is a nameplate that has been used on three distinct model lines of pickup trucks sold by the Ford Motor Company. Originally, the name was used by the short-lived Edsel Ranger, then later referred to a version of the Ford F-Series sold in North America between model year 1965 and 1981 that denoted a styling package. Ford repurposed the name "Ranger" in 1982 for the 1983 model year for a compact pickup truck sold in North America and later parts of South America. Since 1998, Ford has offered a separate model of Ranger sold internationally.
XLT 2.2L 4x2 MT / XLT 2.2L 4x2 AT
Wildtrak 2.2L 4X2 MT / Wildtrak 2.2L 4x2 AT
The design of the new Ranger delivers a bold new front end, a revamped interior and new tools that make life easier. Like a 230V power inverter that lets you power anything, anywhere – whether on the worksite or the weekend.
Ranger’s fuel-efficient 2.2 TDCi diesel engine is more powerful than ever, while the powerful 3.2 TDCi diesel engine is more economical. Combined with the comprehensive Electronic Stability Program (ESP), the new Ranger’s performance helps you keep pace with any job, anywhere.