April 24, 2007

Ford Ranger Wildtrak courts buyers with extra comfort

At the Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham, UK, Ford has unveiled its new Ford Ranger Wildtrak special edition mid-size truck. Equipped with new diesel engine and all sorts of appearance extensions, the Wildtrak just has to improve sales of the already popular workhorse.

Ford Ranger Wildtrak

The truck is motivated by a new 3.0-liter TDCi engine, producing up to 156 PS and 380 Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a five-speed manual transmission.

Available in August 2007, the Ford Ranger Wildtrak will feature rear box rail extensions, aerodynamic sports bar, lower sports cladding and tail lamp protectors, as well as rather pretentious side intake 'gills' and new door mirrors with integrated indicators.

Ford Ranger Wildtrak (interior)

The Wildtrak's looks are further enhanced with new alloy wheels, a new sports front grille, side steps, an aluminum style front over rider and roof rails, an integrated bedliner and a rear protection bar with integrated park distance control.

Inside, you'll meet heated seats in leather and perforated Alcantara, new sports steering wheel, dash-mounted off-road 'information centre', and footwell lighting.

Ford Ranger Wildtrak (cargo area covered)

Prices to be announced in August

See also: Twenty Ford Escape Hybrid E85 SUVs go to six states

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