Ford has added to its rugged Ranger single-cab line up with a pair of models powered by its 3,2-litre turbodiesel engine.
The Ford Ranger 3,2 TDCi Single Cab XLS is available in 4×2 and 4×4 derivatives, both of which utilise Ford’s 3,2-litre, five-cylinder Duratorq turbodiesel engine. Mated with a six-speed manual gearbox, this unit develops 147 kW and 470 N.m. It returns an average fuel consumption of 9,3 litres/100 km and CO2 emissions of 245 g/km.
Among this model’s workhorse credentials are a tow rating of 3 350 kg, a payload capacity of 1 071 kg, a sizeable load bed (Length: 2 317 mm, Width: 1 139 mm, Depth: 511 mm) and a wading depth of 800 mm at a speed of up to 7 km/h.
The standard features include dual front airbags, air conditioning, front foglamps, electric windows and mirrors, tow bar, locking rear differential (standard on 4×4, optional on 4×2) and ABS with EBD.
Both the 4×2 and 4×4 models are covered by a 4-year/120 000 km warranty, a 5-year/90 000 km service plan, 3 years roadside assistance and free off-road driving tuition for 4×4 buyers.
Ford Ranger 3,2 TDCi Single Cab XLS 4×2: R315 200
Ford Ranger 3,2 TDCi Single Cab XLS 4X4: R361 900