2019 Ford Ranger Wildtrak Video Review
The refreshed 2019 Ford Ranger was launched here last week and we sent Dan DeGasperi along to test it out. Watch his 2019 Ford Ranger Wildtrak Video Review.
2019 Ford Ranger 4×4 Specifications
Price $46,390-$74,990+ORC Warranty five-years, unlimited km Safety 5 stars Engine 3.2-litre turbo-diesel five-cylinder or 2.0-litre twin-turbo diesel four-cylinder Power 147kW at 3000rpm or 157kW at 3750rpm Torque 470Nm at 1750-2500rpm or 500Nm at 1750-2000rpm Transmission six-speed manual or six-speed automatic (3.2-litre) or 10-speed automatic (2.0-litre) Drive four-wheel drive Dimensions 5426mm (L) 1860mm (W) 1848mm (H) 3220mm (WB) Ground Clearance 237mm KerbWeight 2057-2239kg Towing 3500kg maximum braked Fuel Tank 80L Spare full-size spare Thirst7.4L/100km (2.0-litre) to 8.3/8.9L/100km (3.2-litre man/auto) claimed combined
Other rivals have failed to introduce the level of active safety technology that Ford has with its ute, and therefore the company isn’t really being pushed to filter kit such as AEB down across the range. This is an expensive dual-cab, and it lacks equipment on other models, yet arguably its excellent seats, roomy cabin, big tray, superb steering, excellent ride quality and, as of this update, sparkling new bi-turbo engine still make for solid value. The pick would have to be an XLT, with active safety and bi-turbo optioned, for about $62K. It’s a lot of money, so while this isn’t the best-value pick-up on the market, the PX Mark III helps to ensure the Ranger remains one of the best.