Ford ranger wildtrak with new diesel engine

Ford ranger wildtrak with new diesel engine

Koln, 21. May 2007 – only a few months after the market launch of the new ranger in february 2007, ford is expanding the model range for the cross-country pickup truck. The ranger wildtrak is now on the market. The model is delivered exclusively with a double cab. The so-called double cab has four doors and offers space for up to five adults.

New three-liter diesel engine

The wildtrak is powered exclusively by a new 3.0-liter, four-cylinder, 156-horsepower diesel engine combined with a manual transmission. The engine develops 380 newton meters at 1800 rpm. Like all ranger variants, the wildtrak is normally driven via the rear wheels. You can switch to all-wheel drive manually at any time. The wildtrak accelerates to 100 km/h in 13.4 seconds. Ford gives the average consumption with 9.2 liters on 100 kilometers.

16-inch alurader and more

The wildtrak’s features include 16-inch six-spoke aluminum wheels, rearview mirrors with integrated turn signal lamps, a chrome grille, sporty side sill guards and side air intakes, a body-color aerodynamic sport bar, a chrome rear underride guard, electronic parking assist, a leather steering wheel and shift knob, and overhead bin lighting. In addition, the wildtrak has a battery of special gauges on the dashboard. In addition to a compass and an air temperature gauge, there is also an inclinometer and a gradiometer for off-road use. A retractable blind for the cargo area is available as an option.

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