Rather than risk the Ranger’s success - it’s already Ford’s most popular model and the second-best seller in Australia’s new car market - Ford has simply added a few small detail changes.
Starting at the top of the range, the Ranger Wildtrack has had a minor interior trim nip and tuck with a new seat covering design that eliminates the piping of earlier versions to make cleaning easier, plus a new short seat base for increased comfort.
The Ranger XLT 4x4 and 4x2 adds the option of black leather-appointed trim on the seats and door cards for $1650
All models in the range except the XL Plus add an external temperature display, and every variant features a new cup holder design to more securely grasp your beverage of choice.
The Ranger XLS will also have its external tie-down hooks deleted for a cleaner appearance.
Pricing holds steady across the range, with no extra charge for the tiny equipment additions where applicable, with changes effective immediately.
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