Ford Ranger

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RM78,910 - RM132,053
Ranger Price
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Ranger Specs
Engine 2198 cc
Power 123 hp
Transmission Type Manual
Driver Airbag Yes
Air Conditioner Yes
Power Steering Yes
Ground Clearance 233 mm
Seating Capacity 2 Seats

Ranger Pros & Cons

Things We Like in Ranger

Intimidating stance

Interior luxury

Better performance

Things We Dont Like in Ranger

Most of the comfort features restricted to Wildtrak variant

Fuel efficiency

Difficult to handle in city traffic

Recent Updates of Ford Ranger

Talking about lifestyle pickup trucks and not inviting Ford to the party is a sin. One of the most successful pickups in the world, the Ford Ranger is very much in news for all the right reasons. In April, Ford did launch the 2.2-litre Wildtrak version of the Ranger. For all those who don’t know, the Wildtrak variant is a more sinister looking version of the standard Ranger. The visual differences include blackened out parts and components like front grille, alloy wheels front and rear bumpers, rear view mirrors, and bed rails. Apart from it, the Wildtrak also gets premium leather upholstery with orange stitching and additional equipment like Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Aid, six airbags, and Forward Collision Alert, over the regular top-end XLT trim.

Ranger Price List

Variant Price Specifications  
2.2L XL Standard MT RM78,910 *
OTR Price
2198 cc, 123 hp, Manual, Diesel
2.2L XL Single Cab MT RM82,212 *
OTR Price
2198 cc, 118 hp, Manual, Diesel
2.2L XL MT RM89,287 *
OTR Price
2198 cc, 123 hp, Manual, Diesel
2.2L XLT MT RM101,646 *
OTR Price
2198 cc, 158 hp, Manual, Diesel
2.2L XLT AT RM108,627 *
OTR Price
2198 cc, 158 hp, Automatic, Diesel
3.2L XLT MT RM110,685 *
OTR Price
3198 cc, 197 hp, Manual, Diesel
3.2L XLT AT RM117,666 *
OTR Price
3198 cc, 197 hp, Automatic, Diesel
2.2L Wildtrak AT RM120,702 *
OTR Price
2198 cc, 158 hp, Automatic, Diesel
3.2L Wildtrak AT RM132,053 *
OTR Price
3198 cc, 197 hp, Automatic, Diesel
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Ford Ranger Colors

Ranger is available in 6 different colors - Black Mica, Aurora Blue, Cool White, Metropolitan Grey, Pride Orange and Aluminnum Metallic.

  • Black Mica

  • Aurora Blue

  • Cool White

  • Metropolitan Grey

  • Pride Orange

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Ranger Review

  • Overview
  • Interior & Features
  • Exterior
  • Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Braking & Safety


In comparison to its predecessor, the new Ford Ranger has stepped up its game when it comes to offering off-road usability in the lap of luxury. Gone is the utilitarian feel, and the Ranger now feels like what its SUV counterpart does, the Ford Everest. This means that most of the parts have been shared with the Everest, which includes the frontal stance (though it has its own tweaks to grille and headlamps), the interior cabin (albeit with lesser creature comforts) and engine options, with the third row of seats here replaced by a sizeable loading bay, which can carry up to 3,500 kgs of load.

Like the Everest, the Ranger too is offered with two engine options – a 2.2-litre diesel and a 3.2-litre diesel. Both these engine options are available in two standard variants – XLT manual and XLT automatic. In addition to these standard four variants, Ford is also offering the 3.2-litre version in a full-blown ‘Wildtrak’ version, which comes fitted with some ‘oomph’ raising features and components to make it feel even more rugged and luxurious.

Interior & Features

The similarity between the Everest and Ranger doesn’t end on the outside, it continues in the interior layout of the latter too. The Ranger shares its seating layout for front and second row as well as dashboard design with the Everest, which means that you sit quite high and are welcomed by a nice and plush looking cabin. The three-spoke steering wheel feels chunky and comes fitted with all the essential buttons for music, telephony and cruise control. Even the funky looking instrument console, music system, automatic climate controls with vertical vents for AC are borrowed from the Everest, which give an upmarket feel to the cabin.

In terms of features, while the XLT comes loaded with features like cruise control, 4.2-inch music system with CD, radio, USB, Aux-in and Bluetooth connectivity with 6 speakers, Ford’s SYNC system, manual AC, 4-way manually adjustable driver’s seat, leather steering wheel, two 12V sockets and remote keyless entry, the Wildtrak variant adds in adaptive cruise control, 8-inch touchscreen unit for the music system with more advanced SYNC 2 system, automatic climate control, 8-way electrically adjustable driver’s seat, leather upholstery, cooled console and 230V invertor.


Pickup trucks need to have a stance which feels usable and intimidating, and in this purpose, the Ford Ranger fits the bill. Sharing its platform with the seven-seater Ford Everest, the Ranger shares a lot in common with the former. The resemblance in both the vehicles is quite evident from the way the Ranger looks from the front. The large headlamps with projector bulbs and daytime running LEDs have been lifted off from the Everest, though the three slats large chrome grille is replaced here by an even larger and imposing grille, which looks purposeful with the high raised front bonnet and large front bumper. The bumper too has been tweaked to make it feel in continuity with the grille, with plastic cladding taking the center stage here. While the XLT variants come with chrome finish on the front grille, the Wildtrak version’s grille is finished in matt black scheme. The rear view mirrors are finished in chrome, thus increasing the premium factor.

The similarity between the Everest and Ranger extends all the way from the side fenders till the B-pillar, after which the real difference appears. Gone is the third row here to make way for a big flat loading bay, which has the capacity of carrying loads up to 3,500 kg. This is quite helpful for your weekend adventure runs. In terms of features, the Ranger comes equipped with all the essential features such as automatic headlamps, rain sensing wipers, front fog lamps, electrically adjustable and foldable outside rear view mirrors, 17-inch alloy wheels, side steps, bed liner, sport bar and rear park assist. In addition to all this, the Wildtrak variant comes with some additional goodies such as front park assist, roof rails, 18-inch alloy wheels, puddle lamps on outside rearview mirrors and 12V socket and illumination bulb for the cargo bay.

Engine & Fuel Consumption

As mentioned earlier, apart from the platform, the Ford Ranger shares its engine options with the Everest. This means that the pickup truck is offered in two diesel engine options – a 2.2-litre diesel and a 3.2-litre diesel. While the 2.2-litre diesel is good enough for putting up 160 PS of maximum power and 385 Nm of peak torque, the 3.2-litre diesel is even more powerful, offering 200 PS of maximum power and 470 Nm of peak torque.

Both the engine options are offered in a single XLT trim which comes with a 4x4 drive mode offered as standard. However, one can choose between a six speed manual and a six speed automatic gearbox. In addition, the 3.2-litre version comes with the Wildtrak variant which is offered only with a six speed automatic gearbox.

Braking & Safety

Given the goodies and comfort features it comes packed with, it is quite evident that Ford hasn’t cut short in the list of safety features in the Ranger. The Ranger comes fitted with all the top-of-the-line safety equipment one can expect from a pickup truck of this cadre.

While the XLT variants come standard with dual front airbags, anti-lock braking system (ABS), electronic braking distribution (EBD), electronic stability control (ESC), emergency brake assist (EBA), load sensing proportionate valve (LSPV), hill descent control, hill start assist, roll over mitigation, trailer sway assist, load adaptive control engine immobilizer and ISOFIX mounts, the Wildtrak variant adds in extras such as  lane departure warning and assist, forward alert and collision mitigation and distance indication alert, making it one of the safest pickup trucks in its class.

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Ford Ranger FAQ

  • What are the Safety Features Available in Ford Ranger?

    The safety features available in Ford Ranger Below:

    Feature Value
    Driver Airbag Yes
    Passenger Airbag Yes
    Side Airbag-Front No
    Child Safety Locks Yes
    Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
    Brake Assist No
    Ebd Yes
    Vehicle Stability Control System No
    Rear Seat Belts Yes
    Seat Belt Warning Yes
    Day & Night Rear View Mirror Yes
    Rear Camera No
    Parking Sensors Yes
    Crash Sensor Yes
    Engine Check Warning Yes
    Tyre Pressure Monitor No
    Front Impact Beams Yes
    Side Impact Beams Yes
    Door Ajar Warning Yes

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