All-New Ford Ranger Gets Into Deep Water
Come flood or high water, all-new Ford Ranger confidently takes it all in
its durable stride, buoyed by its best-in-class water-wading capability of
800 mm. The 4x4 and 4x2 Hi-Rider models can wade through deep water even
while carrying a full load.
All-new Ford Ranger Hits A Six
The all-new Ford Ranger scores a clear winner in its fuel-efficient
six-speed automatic transmission that not only shifts quickly and smoothly
but is also smart enough to adapt to individual driving styles and
gradients without the driver even realising it.
2012 | Ford | Ranger XLT Double Cab | NRMA driver's seat
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Ford Ranger Review & Buyers' Guide 2012
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All-new Ranger is an impressive package that deserves to do well in what is
fast-becoming a highly-competitive sector of the market. Ford is back at
the top of the pick-up game.
The Hardest Worker - The All-New Ford Ranger
Ford's team of world class engineers has been traveling the globe to put
the all-new Ranger to the test. Meet the people and the places: Total
control in ice and snow in Sweden, unrelenting off-road conditions in
Australia, powering through extremes in the US, staying cool in heat and
dust in Dubai, and driver and passenger comfort on the road in Thailand.
All-New Ford Ranger -- Your Dependable Off-Road Companion
Ford's latest global compact pickup is as calm and composed off the beaten
track as on sealed roads thanks to an all-new chassis frame, front and rear
suspension and steering system. With a best-in-class water-wading
capability of 800 mm and a ground clearance of up to 241 mm, the all-new
Ford Ranger has morphed into a lean, mean driving machine.