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2015 Mitsubishi Triton (L200) Vs 2016 Ford Ranger - DESIGN!
2016 Toyota HiLux versus Ford Ranger, Mitsubishi Triton, Nissan Navara Today’s global unveiling of the 2016 Toyota HiLux already has us excited about throwing the all-new iteration of the country’s favourite ute into a comparison with its key rivals. The new-generation Mitsubishi Triton has just launched in Australia, while the new Nissan Navara launches next week and the updated Ford Ranger arrives in the third quarter of this year, just weeks before the launch of the eighth-gen HiLux in October. While we’ll have to wait a few months to conduct that test, the release of the first official details of the all-new Toyota HiLux allow us to analyse how the 2016 model stacks up against the fresh metal from Ford, Mitsubishi and Nissan on a number of key measures. Engines The HiLux’s engine range will include a new flagship 130kW/450Nm 2.8-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine matched to a six-speed automatic (torque drops to 420Nm with a six-speed manual fitted). This compares to the Ranger’s 147kW/470Nm 3.2-litre five-pot that comes with six-speed manual or auto options, Triton’s 133kW/430Nm 2.4-litre four-cylinder with a six-speed manual or five-speed auto and Navara’s twin-turbo 2.3-litre with 140kW/450Nm matched to a six-speed manual or seven-speed auto. Also offered in the Toyota will be a lower-grade 2.4-litre turbo-diesel with 110kW/400Nm (dropping to 343Nm if matched to a five-speed manual gearbox rather than an auto). Ford and Nissan likewise offer lower-grade diesels — a forthcoming 118kW/385Nm 2.2-litre (110kW/375Nm in soon-to-be-replaced version) in the Ranger and a 120kW/403Nm single-turbo 2.3-litre in the Navara. There will also be a 122kW 2.7-litre petrol in some versions, as well as a larger 4.0-litre V6 petrol with 207kW. The Ranger currently comes with a 122kW/225Nm 2.5-litre unit, while the Navara will in time come with a 122kW/238Nm 2.5-litre petrol of its own. The Triton will get a 94kW 2.4-litre in early 2016. Towing capacity Crucially, Toyota has increased the HiLux’s braked towing capacity on top-spec versions to 3500kg (up 1000kg), matching the Ranger and new Navara, which lead the class. The Triton’s claim in 3100kg. Fuel capacity Toyota has also increased the capacity of the HiLux’s fuel tank to 80 litres (up 4L), matching the Ranger and Navara, and beating the Triton by 5L.

Ford F250 F350 F450 F550 SuperDuty 99-11 Rear Third Brake Light LED Smoke FORD Ranger
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Hilux vs Ranger vs Steed: Ultimate Ride Comfort Test
In the second video of our 3-way Bakkie comparison, we again lined up the Ford Ranger Wildtrak, Toyota Hilux Legend 45 and GWM Steed6 but this time our aim was not to find out fast they were, but how comfortable. Watch our offroad bakkie drag race here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2qhGLUnnMU No, this time we wanted to work out which bakkie offered the most refined ride. And so the brains trust at Cars.co.za got together and came up with a very scientific test. It involved sourcing a silly amount of 20 litre paint drums, quite a few barrels of water and a bumpy road away from the city, near a farm. Here we would determine the ultimate champion of comfort, with Dave Taylor in the Wildtrak, myself Ciro in the Hilux and Ashley Oldfield in the Steed6. Before the test, we all agreed that the Ranger felt the most comfortable on tarmac, but would it emerge victorious, out here on the gravel which many South Africans tackle every day? You’ll have to sit through three minutes of witty banter to find out.

Ford Keyless Entry Programming Ranger Mustang Explorer Expedition Escape F150 F250 F350 Excursion
This is a video on how to program a Ford keyless entry fob. Whether you got a new one to replace an old one or your old fob stopped working due to needing a new battery or the vehicle's battery being dead this shows you how easy it is to reprogram your Ford keyless entry fob. This was demonstrated on a 2001 Ford Ranger but should work for many Ford vehicles such as the Explorer and other models. This should work with 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 models. The fob itself takes a 3023 battery and can be opened by gently prying it open with a small flathead screwdriver. When you reprogram a fob, all previous programmed fobs will not work after you reprogram. To program multiple fobs, you want to push a button on each one after another after turning the key 8 times in the ignition. Other Ford Ranger Videos: To learn how to replace headlight bulbs in a Ford Ranger, check out my other video: http://youtu.be/kep-2dD1cRw To learn how to change out the foglights in a Ford Ranger, check out my other video: http://youtu.be/c5G98HsriOg To learn how to change the oil in a Ford Ranger, check out my other video here: http://youtu.be/icgJlC9CJk0 To learn how to replace and/or repair the hood latch on a Ford Ranger, check out my video here: http://youtu.be/8ef7QP9pJ0U How to recharge your air conditioner (demonstrated on a Ford Ranger) http://youtu.be/Fx0m7FVTjGk How to replace an air filter (demonstrated on a Ford Ranger) http://youtu.be/RTY_j7FsUVY Other Videos: Oil Change on a 2012 Hyundai Elantra http://youtu.be/2LV2gA6H1DM How to Take Off Stuck Corroded Metal Tire Valve Cap Covers http://youtu.be/7DTXOLZULVc