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 Electronic Stability Control (ESC), the new Ranger’s performance helps you keep pace with any job, anywhere.
BUILT TO PERFORM
New improved 2.2L and 3.2L
TDCi Turbo Diesel engines
They’re back and they’re better than ever. An extra 10PS of power and 10Nm of torque gives our 2.2L TDCi engine more grunt than ever. If you’re after our super powerful 3.2L then you’ll be happy with the extra kilometres we’ve built into its fuel economy.
Electric Power-Assisted Steering (EPAS)
This might be a truck but Ford’s famous driving dynamics still apply. This includes the effortless manoeuvrability EPAS1 delivers in all types of conditions. Steering is light and responsive for city driving and when parking, and firmer and easier to control at higher speeds on the open road. Because it’s electronically controlled and not hydraulic, it only kicks-in when you need it, helping to save fuel.
Hill Descent Control
Automatically applies braking, as needed, to slow the vehicle to a set speed in off-road downhill conditions. Speed can be adjusted through the accelerator and the Cruise Control buttons on the steering wheel.
Hill Launch Assist
No more roll-back when starting or reversing uphill. Brake pressure is held for two seconds after you release the brake and press the accelerator.
Traction Control System
Sensors individually monitor each wheel for speed and slip, and automatically brake or increase torque, as needed, to maximise grip and help avoid wheel spin.
Adaptive Load Control
Automatically adjusts ESC parameters to match the load and ensure all controls remain effective across different loads, or with no load at all.
Trailer Sway Assist
Constantly monitors behaviour of the tow vehicle and trailer and automatically corrects instability or ‘sway’ using a left-right braking pattern and engine torque.
Helps prevent the vehicle getting into a roll-over situation.
Emergency Brake Assist
Maintains maximum brake pressure in an emergency stopping situation.