The redesigned Ford Ranger has revealed ahead its Geneva Motor Show debut. Built in Thailand, the new styled Ranger will hit European showrooms this April and it will be presented with two turbo diesel engines in 4×2 and 4×4 configurations and could be on sale in the U.S. by 2011.
The new Ranger also will be available in three body styles – Single Cab, RAP (Rear Access Panel) Cab and Double Cab. In goal provisos, the facelifted European and Asian sell pick-up truck is inspired from last year’s Ranger MAX Concept.
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The new 2010 Ranger gets a new fascia with an ‘in-your-face’ three-example chrome frame, vaulted covering and restyled headlamps. Other changes embrace the make tail lamp plan, the new outdoor mirrors and the boundary air-vents.
The Ranger is allowed with two 4-cylinder diesel engines, a 143HP 2.5-liter and a 156HP 3.0-liter group both of which can be opposite with either a five-rapidity habitual or a five-hurry handbook transmission. According to Ford, the Ranger’s towing capability with either the 2.5-litre or 3.0-litre TDCi Duratotq engine is rated at up to 3,000kg or 6,614-lbs.