Dan DeGasperi’s 2019 Ford Ranger Review with Price, Specs, Performance, Ride and Handling, Safety, Ownership, Verdict and Score.
Australian new vehicle sales fell by 7.8 per cent (compared to July 2017) in July with passenger cars continuing to slide, down 20.2 per cent, according to VFACTS figures released today.
The refreshed 2019 Ford Ranger will go on-sale in September boasting more gear and a five-year warranty, prices start at $27,990+ORC and run to $63,990+ORC.
The refreshed 2019 Ford Ranger sees a new 10-speed transmission, AEB, and three engines, including a bi-turbo 2.0L with 157kW and 500Nm.
The 157kW/500Nm 2018 Ford Ranger Raptor has been revealed in Thailand… “loaded with Ford Performance DNA”
The 2018 Ford Ranger Raptor is getting closer to its reveal on the 8th February, and to keep up the momentum Ford has teased another video.
The Ford Ranger was the best-selling vehicle across all segments in September with 4318 vehicles sold beating out rival, the Toyota HiLux.
The Ford Ranger Raptor is coming next year but Ford is keeping the lid shut on any details… Here are our five best guesses.
Ford Australia has announced it will launch the “desert-racing inspired” Ford Ranger Raptor in Australia in 2018. So, what can we expect?
Most offroaders mount things inside their vehicles, but there’s airbags to worry about. MODERN VEHICLES have plenty of airbags, and when they activate – actually, more explode – then you really don’t want anything between you and the bag. Pretty simple rule, but just how far do those airbags extend
The Ford Ranger has copped a couple of minor interior tweaks based on customer and dealer feedback, says Ford Australia.
Ford’s Ranger has led the way in the ute segment since 2012. What can we expect next? BACK IN THE DAY your average ute was slow, poor offroad, unsafe and ordinary on the road. About the only thing it was good for was lugging a load. These days all that
Everybody wants a car that tracks straight and doesn’t abuse its tyres, and that’s why wheel alignment is so important.
Utes are now just as popular for offroad touring as wagons, but how best to set one up? OVER THE LAST ten years the ute has come a long way with massively improved safety, on and offroad performance as well as convenience features. Many 4WD shops now work on more
You could swap the badges on many cars below $50,000 and you’d not know the difference… and that’s why I want a Wrangler…