River crossing vs the All-New Ranger

A new engine design combined with more power gives the All-New Ranger an unbeaten water wading of 800mm. So you can go places other vehicles can't. A steep riverbank entry put the higher positioning of Ranger's key engine components to the test before it even got to the deepest part of the river

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The Ford Ranger – Science of Truck: Water Wading
We take our testing to new levels with the Ford Ranger throughout the Science of Truck Series. Discover more about the 2015 Ford Ranger today: http://www.ford.com.au/commercial/ranger/science-of-truck With the tough done smarter approach we are able to push the boundaries of the Ford Ranger. In this video we test the water wading capability of the Ford Ranger. The engineers at Ford took the Ranger through a series of tests of up to 800mm in water, pushing it to its limits. Stay tuned for more on our Ford Australia Twitter: https://twitter.com/FordAustralia Visit the Ford Australia Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/FordAustralia Check out the rest of our new car range on Ford Australia’s official website: http://www.ford.com.au/

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.