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Ford Ranger in Forfar Angus
The Ford Ranger is built to work hard and play harder. It’s powered by a new Euro 6.2 compliant 2.0 EcoBlue engine with 130 PS, 170 PS or 210 PS, and it can conquer all terrains thanks to its driver-selectable 4x4 system. Features like keyless entry and start, a rear-view camera and heated seats are available as standard, and thanks to cruise control, traffic sign recognition and lane keeping aid, it’s a dream to drive.
Single Cab and Super Cab models are available in XL spec, while Double Cab models are available in XLT, Limited, Wildtrak and Raptor spec. Limited models have all the features listed above, as well as bi-xenon headlights and an 8” touchscreen with SYNC 3. Wildtrak models have a sports hoop, roof bars, larger 18” alloys and titanium body styling. Raptor models have an upgraded suspension, increased ride height, a wider track, all-terrain tyres and unique Raptor body and interior styling.
The Ranger rides on 18” alloys in Wildtrak and Raptor specification and Limited models onwards have bi-xenon headlights. Wildtrak and Raptor models have an aerodynamic sports hoop and upgraded styling for a sportier look.
The Ranger’s 2.0 EcoBlue engine is available with 130 PS, 170 PS or 210 PS and a 10-speed automatic gearbox. It’s built to conquer any terrain with a capable 4x4 system and driving aids like cruise control and traffic sign recognition.
The Ranger has a 3.5-tonne tow capacity and a payload capacity of over 1 tonne. The Raptor has a 2,500kg tow and 620kg payload capacity. The load bed on all models is big enough for a Euro pallet. Double Cab models have space for five passengers.
Living with it
Limited models have keyless entry and start, rear parking sensors, a rear-view camera and an 8” touchscreen with Apple CarPlay & Android Auto. The Ranger is designed to play hard and get the job done, making it a great all-in-one vehicle.