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New levels of both power and economy
The Ranger features a new, improved engine range, which delivers more power and improved fuel consumption. And hand in hand with better economy levels, come lower emissions levels: the vehicle now achieves CO2 figures as low as 192g/Km.
 
Find out more about the new engines and other technical improvements that result in enhanced performance and efficiency.
To cope with heavy loads or master challenging terrain, the Ranger has to be able to produce plenty of torque. Its new range of engines and transmissions can deliver whenever you need them to.
More powerful, more economical diesel engines
The Ranger now offers a range of new Duratorq Stage V diesel engines that combine extra power and torque with outstanding fuel economy and MPG.
 
For example, the150PS/110kW 2.2-litre 4 cylinder engine delivers up to 375 Nm of torque and a frugal fuel economy figure of 35.3mpg (combined cycle). While the 200PS 3.2 litre TDCi (diesel) offers up to 470Nm of torque.
 
The higher-powered engines use a Variable Geometry Turbocharger (VGT), which controls the amount of power and torque produced. It improves starting and gives you remarkable torque at low speeds, even without touching the accelerator - minimising fuel consumption and emissions.
 
In fact, all the new engines meet the stringent European Stage V emissions standards. The Ranger’s new engines are more efficient, as well as more powerful. And the vehicle’s driving dynamics mean it’s agile and surefooted, whatever the surface. All in all, the Ford Ranger offers the complete performance package.
New 6-speed transmissions save fuel and cut emissions
A new, smooth-shifting 6-speed manual transmission is now available; designed and engineered to complement the new diesel engine line-up. This precision system helps reduce emissions and save on fuel costs, while making for a more relaxing drive. In addition, an advanced automatic version has been precisely tuned to provide smooth but quick shifts and offer improved fuel economy and MPG.
A combination of new technologies and functional design means you can manoeuvre the Ranger across virtually any ground conditions – sand, rocks, mud or even water (The Ranger has excellent wading ability).
New steering system for better manoeuvrability
Ranger’s new rack-and-pinion system gives you more accurate and precise steering. This is designed to improve manoeuvrability at low speeds, such as when you’re parking or negotiating a narrow off-road track. It takes only 3.5 turns of the steering wheel from lock to lock. And the turning circle is just 11.8m (4x2) / 12.4m (4x4).

New larger wheels for optimum grip
The Ranger XL is fitted with 16” steel wheels as standard, while the XLT has performance-style alloys. The larger tyres exert tremendous grip no matter how treacherous the ground conditions, giving you optimum confidence and control. The wheels are also able to put down more power from the more powerful new engines, delivering greater traction and torque on the road (or wherever you happen to be driving).

The Ranger has two features in particular that further improve the economy levels of its new Duratorq diesel engine range.
Lower fuel consumption with low rolling resistance tyres
Tyres are designed to reduce resistance when rotating. As a result, they use less energy, which helps further reduce fuel consumption.




Electricity management saves on emissions and fuel
The innovative Electrical Energy Management function supplies electric power to the Ranger and includes the generation of electric power (alternator), storage of electric energy (in the battery) and consumption control. Consumption control monitors and adjusts the consumption of electricity, for example when the engine is off, during driving (to prolong battery life) and to control engine emissions. The system can also help lower fuel consumption.