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FORD RANGER DIESEL

Pick Up Double Cab Wildtrak 3.2 TDCi 200

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£239.95 ex VAT Per Month
Initial Rental: £2,879.40 ex VAT

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Main Features

Transmission

Transmission

Manual

Fuel Type

Fuel Type

Diesel

Economy

Economy

MPG

RRP ex VAT

RRP ex VAT

£28,795.00


Sat Nav

Sat Nav

Parking Sensors

Parking Sensors

Driver Convenience:

  • Cruise control and variable speed limiter

Exterior Body Features:

  • Solid paint

Emissions - ICE:

  • CO: 0.00
  • CO2: 221
  • HC: 0.00
  • HC+NOx: 0.00
  • Noise Level dB(A): 0.00
  • NOx: 0.00
  • Particles: 0.00
  • Standard Euro Emissions: EURO 6

Engine and Drive Train:

  • Automatic Transmission: 0
  • Catalytic Convertor: 1
  • CC: 3196
  • Compression Ratio: 18.0:1
  • Cooling System: WATER
  • Cylinder Layout: IN-LINE
  • Cylinders: 5
  • Engine Layout: NORTH SOUTH
  • Engine Make: N
  • Fuel Delivery: COMMON RAIL
  • Fuel Type: DIESEL
  • Gears: 6 SPEED
  • Manual Transmission: 1
  • Valve gear: DOHC

Fuel Consumption - ICE:

  • EC: 1
  • EC Combined: 33.6
  • EC Extra Urban: 39.2
  • EC Urban: 26.9

General:

  • Badge Engine CC: 3.2
  • Badge Power: 200
  • Based On ID: 0
  • Battery AH: 75
  • Battery Volts: 12
  • Chassis Engine Number: N
  • Clutch: SINGLE DRY PLATE
  • Coin Description: N
  • Coin Gross Vehicle Weight Code: N
  • Coin Power Output Code: N
  • Coin Series: N
  • Coin Wheelbase Description Code: N
  • Coin Wheelbase Name Code: N
  • Exhaust System: CATALYTIC CONVERTER
  • Front Brakes: DISCS
  • Front Suspension: DOUBLE WISHBONE
  • Ghost model for valuation purposes: 0
  • Hand Brake: REAR WHEELS
  • Insurance Group 1: N
  • Insurance Group 2: N
  • Man Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years: 6
  • Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years: 1
  • NCAP Adult Occupant Protection %: 96
  • NCAP Child Occupant Protection %: 86
  • NCAP Front/Side Impact - Discontinued February 09: 9
  • NCAP Overall Rating - Effective February 09: 5
  • NCAP Pedestrian - Discontinued February 09: 9
  • NCAP Pedestrian Protection %: 81
  • NCAP Safety Assist %: 71
  • Rear Brakes: DRUM
  • Rear Suspension: LEAF SPRINGS
  • Running Cost League Headings: N
  • Service Interval Frequency - Months: 24
  • Service Interval Mileage: 20,000
  • Special Edition: 0
  • Special Order: 0
  • Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage: 60,000
  • Standard manufacturers warranty - Years: 3
  • Steering: PAS
  • Vehicle Homologation Class: N1
  • Vin/Frame No.: N

Performance:

  • 0 to 60: 0
  • 0 to 62: 10.3
  • BHP: 200
  • Engine Power KW: 147
  • Engine Power RPM: 3,000
  • Engine Torque LBS.FT: 346.7
  • Engine Torque MKG: 47.9
  • Engine Torque NM: 470
  • Engine Torque RPM: 2750
  • PS: 1
  • Top Speed: 109

Tyres:

  • Alloys?: 1
  • Automatic Clutch: 0
  • Plated 3rd Axle: 0
  • Plated 4th Axle: 0
  • Space Saver?: 0
  • Tyre Make: N
  • Tyre Size Front: 265/60 R18
  • Tyre Size Rear: 265/60 R18
  • Tyre Size Spare: FULL SIZE
  • Wheel Style: N
  • Wheel Type: 18" ALLOY

Vehicle Dimensions:

  • Height: 1,815
  • Height (including roof rails): 0
  • Length: 5359
  • Load Deck Height: 835
  • Load Height: 0.00
  • Load Length: 1560
  • Load Space Width Between Wheel Arches: 1,139
  • Load Width: 1560
  • Lower Rear Door Width: 0
  • Rear Door Height: 0
  • Side Load Door Height: 0
  • Side Load Door Width: 0
  • Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb: 12.7
  • Upper Rear Door Width: 0
  • Wheelbase: 3,220
  • Width (excluding mirrors): 1850

Weight and Capacities:

  • Boot Capacity Saloons: 0.00
  • Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres): 80
  • Gross Train Weight: 6,000
  • Gross Vehicle Weight: 3,270
  • Load Space Volume: 0.00
  • Luggage Capacity (Seats Down): 0.00
  • Luggage Capacity (Seats Up): 0
  • Luggage Capacity - 2nd Row Seats Removed: 0.00
  • Luggage Capacity - 2nd Row Seats Up: 0.00
  • Luggage Capacity - 3rd Row Seats Down: 0.00
  • Luggage Capacity - 3rd Row Seats Removed: 0.00
  • Luggage Capacity - 3rd Row Seats Up: 0.00
  • Max. Roof Load: 0
  • Max. Towing Weight - Braked: 3,500
  • Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked: 750
  • Minimum Kerbweight: 2,192
  • No. of Seats: 5
  • Payload: 1,078
  • Plated 2nd Axle: 1,850
  • Plated Front Axle: 1,480
The much improved Ford Ranger pick-up is far more efficient, as well as being smarter and very media-savvy. Plus it's still tough and decent to drive for a vehicle of this kind. Jonathan Crouch investigates.

Preview
Taller, bigger, wider and able to carry more cargo, this Ranger pick-up really has gone large. The styling has been revamped to move it away from the old squared-off bluff look, not just to make the car look less imposing despite its increased dimensions, but also to give it a more aerodynamic profile. The rear cargo platform is all business of course, capable of carrying everything from bricks, sand and cement mixers for commercial users, to surfboards and off-road motorbikes for leisure-using thrill seekers. Such lifestyle users will expect comfort as well as utility - and the improved cabin should deliver, with increased equipment and higher quality as well as extra passenger space. There's clever suspension that automatically adjusts to ensure a decent ride, even when coping with an unevenly distributed load. Plus safety technology that prevents towed trailers from weaving. The result, Ford hopes, is a more interesting pick-up option for those who need passenger comfort, rugged off road practicality and huge carrying capacity.

Ten Second Review
Ford's improved Ranger really has gone large in its appeal as a competitive proposition against tough rivals in the pick-up segment. The idea is to tempt everyone from builders to surf-boarding, mountain-biking families with what is now a very complete product indeed.

Background
It took Ford a long time to create a pick-up tailored to the needs of European customers but the brand finally managed it with the third generation Ranger model it launched in 2012. With this line-up, the marque at last had a product to properly compete with the tough Japanese triumvirate that rule this market segment this side of the Atlantic, Mitsubishi's L200, Toyota's Hilux and Nissan's Navara. All three are good vehicles but very obviously commercial in feel. This Ranger claims to offer something more, if not a road car with a pick-up deck, then the closest thing to that we've yet seen, with a design versatile enough for export to over 180 countries. Since this vehicle's original launch though, pick-up buyers have become more demanding, especially in terms of the efficiency they expect and the technology they want. This heavily revised Ranger line-up represents Ford's answer to that need.

Driving Experience
There aren't many pick-ups developed first and foremost to prioritise driving dynamics, but this is one of them. So what's it like? Well, really, it depends upon your expectations. Does it ride and handle like a Discovery? Well of course it doesn't. A Discovery isn't built to take a 1.3-tonne payload. But does it set handling standards for the pick-up segment? Very definitely yes, more agile, stable, precise and comfortable than any vehicle of its kind we've seen to date. There's decent steering feel for a pick-up too, despite the introduction of electrical assistance for the helm of this revised model. Under the bonnet, most models will be sold with the 160PS 2.2-litre four cylinder TDCi turbo diesel that Ford uses in its passenger car line-up. For really effortless towing though, you'll need the flagship Ranger engine, a purpose-designed 3.2-litre five cylinder TDCi diesel with 200PS on tap and 470NM of torque, most of which you can access from as low in the rev range as 1,750rpm. Of course, if you're a typical Ranger owner, you'll want to be putting its all-terrain capability to the test on a pretty regular basis. Which is why, though there's a two-wheel drive entry-level model for those that want it, most of the range is built around 4WD variants. As usual with vehicles of this type, this one runs in 2WD unless you rotate this controller to its '4H' '4x4 High' setting, something that can be done on the move. That'll be fine for slippery tarmac and grassy fields, but for anything more serious than that, you'll want to switch further into the '4L' '4x4 Low range' mode that'll give you a seriously go-anywhere set of off road ratios.

Design and Build
Almost the only global market in which you won't find this Ranger is that of the US. Apparently, it's not big enough. Seems pretty large to us, nearly five and a half metres long and with a bulk quite intimidating enough to frighten away fast lane dawdlers. This revised version gets a smarter look with a more aggressive front end featuring a bold traezoidal front grille. And inside? Well, if you go for the four-door Double Cab, there's plenty of space in the back: two six-footers can certainly sit one behind the other with ease. Under the rear seat, you've hidden storage bins to keep tools and valuables away from prying eyes. Or, if the rear bench isn't in use, you can fold down the backrest for packages you may not want to consign to the rear loadbay. And up-front? Well, you climb up high to perch behind the wheel of any pick-up and this Ranger is no exception, with an airy, commanding cab offering great all-round visibility and class-leading front seat headroom. The instrument cluster with its central LED display was apparently inspired by the design of a G-Shock watch, precision workings protected by a robust casing. And plusher models get an eight-inch infotainment touchscreen on the dash, via which owners can use the latest 'SYNC 2' media connectivity system that Ford now offers in this vehicle.

Market and Model
There are three Ranger bodystyles - 'Regular' single cab, 'Super' (which has occasional rear seats) and 'Double Cab' with proper rear seats. The 'Regular' bodystyle is only available with base 'XL' trim, while the 'Super' option only comes with the mid-range 'XLT' and 'Limited' trim levels. At the top of the line-up is the high-spec 'Wildtrak' variant, offered only in Double Cab form and only available with the 3.2-litre TDCi engine. A single 2WD model is offered at the foot of the range (a 'Super' cab variant) but otherwise, 4WD is fitted to all derivatives. Prices start at around the £18,500, excluding the VAT that most business buyers will be able to claim back. For the Double Cab bodystyle most customers will want, you'll need to be budgeting in the £20,000 to £25,000 bracket excl. VAT. For a top 3.2-litre 'Wildtrak' variant, you'll be looking at paying £26,000 to £27,000 excl. VAT. Still, you get a pretty unique pick-up in return, with colour-coded bodywork, a unique sports hoop, machined 18-inch alloy wheels and special graphics. Inside, there are plush eight-way power-adjustable seats in an orange-trimmed interior that includes an eight-inch infotainment touchscreen. Across the range, this improved Ranger line-up benefits from fresh technological additions and options. Things like Ford's clever 'SYNC 2' media connectivity, plus safety items like a Lane Keeping Aid and Adaptve Cruise Control.

Practicalities and Costs
Potential business owners may well be approaching this Ranger thinking that sleek looks, a smarter more spacious cabin and class-leading driving dynamics are all very well but that they'd trade all of them for the practicality out back that this vehicle will need to earn its keep. They don't have to, for thanks to big dimensions and a high beltline, this Ford's load-lugging stats are as good, if not better, than any other vehicle in its segment. The 'Regular Cab' and 'Super Cab' models offer, respectively, 1.82 and 1.45 cubic metres, while the Double Cab version is also more than competitive with 1.21 cubic metres. And running costs? Well the switch to electric power steering and a single 160PS 2.2-litre TDCi diesel for mainstream versions of this Ranger has done wonders for running costs, these now improved by 17%. So whereas the previous pre-facelifted four cylinder Ranger model only managed 36.2mpg on the combined cyce and 206g/km of CO2, this 160PS 2.2 TDCi model manages 43.5mpg and 171g/km. Much more like it. Running costs for the Ranger are helped by the 4WD/2WD system that allows off road users, once back on tarmac, to switch to two wheel drive - obviously the more fuel efficient option. The 3.2-litre engine with four-wheel drive and manual transmission delivers 28.3mpg on the combined cycle and slightly better (28.7mpg) if you opt for the automatic 'box. Pick-ups like this are never going to offer a slippery shape but even so, Ford have engineered a large car able to carry five adults and serious amounts of luggage, equipment or other heavy loads, that is relatively aerodynamic.

Summary
You can't deny that this revised Ranger is a thoroughly engineered product. But is it the first Ford pick-up to truly approach market leadership? We think it might be. It's safe, spacious, clever, able to carry large loads and, in four cylinder guise, finally has an engine efficient enough to match or beat the competition. Whether the need is for active family weekends, or simply to carry workmates with their kit and tools, this rugged do-almost-anything automotive swiss army knife seems to have it covered. From the back streets of Bangkok to the logging trails of Liberia, you'll find Rangers earning their keep, but the key thing here isn't really this product's ruggedness: this Ford was always tough to break. It's the driving dynamics on offer. Maybe these aren't as car-like as the Blue Oval would like us to think, but they're very good for a vehicle of this kind, aided by technology that'll see Japanese competitors having to play catch-up. When it all comes down to it, the right tool can make child's play of men's work. And if you're looking for one of the best all-round contenders in the pick-up sector right now, then this is the right tool. Job done.

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