Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Ford introduced a new generation of Ranger

Company Ford has produced an Australian motor show, passing on these days in Sydney, the debut next-generation pickup truck Ford Ranger.
The car is designed as the previous generation, in cooperation with Mazda, respectively, has much in common with the submitted at the same exhibition BT-50 pickup truck. Ford Ranger will be offered with a drive to one or both axes and in three body variants.
Under the hood Ranger - one of the two diesels family Duratorq: 2,2-liter 150-hp (375 Nm of torque) or 3.2-liter (200 hp, 470 Nm), the pair will work with six-step "automatic" or manual gear box. Pickup is also equipped with electronically controlled AWD system, which lets you connect a second axis and include the downshift switch on the console.
Ground clearance is increased by 25 mm - up to 232 mm, wheelbase is 3220 mm (compared with 3,000 in the previous model). The width of the cargo area at the new Ranger has grown to 100 mm, making it a useful volume of 1.21 cubic meters. Payload pickup - 1500 kg.
Ranger gets the latest exchange rate stability system ESP with traction control and function of the rollover protection.
Ford Ranger new generation will be submitted to 180 markets around the world, excluding the U.S. and Canada. Its production will begin next summer on the Thai company's plant.

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