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2024 Ford Ranger XLT 2.0 (4x4)

  • 4 Seat 4 Door Dual Cab | 5 Seat 4 Door Dual Cab
  • 4x4
  • 10 Speed Automatic
  • 4 cylinder 2L Turbo Diesel
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2024 Ford Ranger WILDTRAK 2.0 (4x4)

  • 5 Seat 4 Door Dual Cab
  • 4x4
  • 10 Speed Automatic
  • 4 cylinder 2L Turbo Diesel

2024 Ford Ranger XLT 2.0 HI-RIDER (4x2)

  • 5 Seat 4 Door Dual Cab
  • Rear Wheel Drive (RWD)
  • 10 Speed Automatic
  • 4 cylinder 2L Turbo Diesel

2024 Ford Ranger RAPTOR 3.0 (4x4)

  • 5 Seat 4 Door Dual Cab
  • All Wheel Drive (AWD)
  • 10 Speed Automatic
  • 6 cylinder 3L Turbo Petrol
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2024 Ford Ranger XL 2.0 (4x4)

  • 2 Seat 2 Door Single Cab | 4 Seat 2 Door Single Cab | 4 Seat 4 Door Dual Cab | 5 Seat 4 Door Dual Cab
  • 4x4
  • 10 Speed Automatic | 6 Speed Automatic
  • 4 cylinder 2L Turbo Diesel

2024 Ford Ranger SPORT 2.0 (4x4)

  • 5 Seat 4 Door Dual Cab
  • 4x4
  • 10 Speed Automatic
  • 4 cylinder 2L Turbo Diesel

2024 Ford Ranger SPORT 3.0 (4x4)

  • 5 Seat 4 Door Dual Cab
  • All Wheel Drive (AWD)
  • 10 Speed Automatic
  • 6 cylinder 3L Turbo Diesel

2024 Ford Ranger WILDTRAK 3.0 (4x4)

  • 5 Seat 4 Door Dual Cab
  • All Wheel Drive (AWD)
  • 10 Speed Automatic
  • 6 cylinder 3L Turbo Diesel

2024 Ford Ranger XL 2.0 HI-RIDER (4x2)

  • 2 Seat 2 Door Single Cab | 4 Seat 4 Door Dual Cab | 5 Seat 4 Door Dual Cab
  • Rear Wheel Drive (RWD)
  • 6 Speed Automatic
  • 4 cylinder 2L Turbo Diesel

2024 Ford Ranger XLS 2.0 (4x4)

  • 5 Seat 4 Door Dual Cab
  • 4x4
  • 10 Speed Automatic
  • 4 cylinder 2L Turbo Diesel

2024 Ford Ranger XLS 2.0 HI-RIDER (4x2)

  • 5 Seat 4 Door Dual Cab
  • Rear Wheel Drive (RWD)
  • 10 Speed Automatic
  • 4 cylinder 2L Turbo Diesel

2024 Ford Ranger XLT 3.0 (4x4)

  • 5 Seat 4 Door Dual Cab
  • All Wheel Drive (AWD)
  • 10 Speed Automatic
  • 6 cylinder 3L Turbo Diesel

2024 Ford Ranger PLATINUM 3.0 (4x4)

  • 5 Seat 4 Door Dual Cab
  • All Wheel Drive (AWD)
  • 10 Speed Automatic
  • 6 cylinder 3L Turbo Diesel

Ford Ranger Specifications

  • Ford Ranger Details

    Price Ranges from $ 35,930.00 to $89,190.00
    Body Style Ute
    Release Date From September 2018 to March 2024
    Drive Type 4WD / RWD
    VIN Plate Location Centre Of Chassis Frame / Lower Driver Side B-Pillar /
    Compliance Plate Location Lower Driver Side B-Pillar
    Country of Origin THAILAND
    Safety ANCAP Rating Ranges from 5.00 to 9.00
    Number of Doors 2 to 4
    Seating Capacity 2 to 5
    Acceleration 0-100km/h in 10 seconds.
  • Ford Ranger Features

    • Brakes
      Disc Brake Count 2
      Disc Brakes Standard
      Ventilated Disc Brake Count 2
    • Comfort
      Air Conditioning Standard
      Air Quality Particle filter system
      Armrests Front seat centre armrest
      Drink Holders Front seats
      Driving Cruise control
      Cruise control - speed limiter
      Ventilation System Standard
    • Controls & Instruments
      Trip Computer Average fuel consumption
      Average speed
      Instantaneous fuel consumption
      Range for remaining fuel
    • Electrical
      Power Sockets 12v power outlet front
    • Entertainment & Communications
      Audio System Colour screen
      Radio: AM/FM
      Remote audio controls
      Remote audio controls type - steering wheel mounted
      Touch screen
      Bluetooth Includes music streaming
      Includes phone control
      Connections AUX jack front
      Ipod front
      USB connection front
      Mobile Integration Android Auto
      Apple CarPlay
      Screen Dashboard 1
      Dashboard 1 screen size (in) : 8.0
      Dashboard 1 touch screen - yes
      Speakers Total: 4
    • Exterior
      Bumpers Front
      Front colour - painted
    • Interior
      Seat Upholstery Additional seat material: cloth
      Main seat material: cloth
    • Lights & Windows
      Headlights Auto highbeam
      Bulb type (high beam)
      Bulb type (low beam)
      Dusk sensor
      Lens type
      Power Windows Front
      Rear View Mirrors Standard
    • Safety & Security
      Airbags Number of: 6
      Side airbag - front
      Side curtain airbag - front
      Collision Warning System Activates brake lights
      Automatic braking
      Brakes at low speed
      Driver monitor
      Pedestrian & cyclist avoidance system
      Driver Assistance Lane departure warning
      Lane departure warning - activates steering
      Emergency Brake assist system
      Seatbelts Driver
      Driver - height adjustable
      Driver - pre-tensioners
      Passenger
      Passenger - height adjustable
      Passenger - pre-tensioners
      Vehicle Control Electronic brake distribution
      Electronic traction control
      Hill holder
      Roll stability control
    • Seating
      Front Row Seats - Driver Height type: manual
      Lumbar type: manual
      Reach type: manual
      Reclining type: manual
      Type: bucket
      Front Row Seats - Passenger Reach type: manual
      Reclining type: manual
      Type: bucket
    • Steering
      Power Steering Type: electric
      Steering Wheel Height adjustment
      Type: plastic
    • Wheels
      Spare Wheel Rim type: steel
      Type: fullsize
    • Colors
      Available in
      •   True Red
      •   Arctic White
      •   Blue Lightning
      •   Aluminium Silver
      •   Shadow Black
      •   Meteor Grey
  • Ford Ranger Engine Specifications

    Type BI TURBO CDI / TWIN TURBO DIR F/INJ / TURBO CDI
    Size From 1996cc (2L) to 2993cc (3L)
    Power 157kW @ 3750rpm / 154kW @ 3750rpm / 292kW @ 5650rpm / 125kW @ 3500rpm / 184kW @ 3750rpm / 184kW @ 3250rpm
    Torque 500Nm @ 1750rpm / 583Nm @ 3500rpm / 583Nm @ 1750rpm / 405Nm @ 1750rpm / 600Nm @ 1750rpm
    Cylinders From 4 to 6
    Number of Valves From 16 to 24
    Valves DUAL OVERHEAD CAM / VARIABLE DOUBLE OVERHEAD CAM
    Compression Ratio From 0.00 to 16.30
    Bore/stroke 84.00x90.00 / 0.00x0.00
  • Ford Ranger Drivetrain and Wheels

    Transmission Automatic
    Drive Type 4WD / RWD
    Steering Type RACK & PINION - POWER ASSISTED / ELECTRIC POWER STEERING
    Turning Circle From 0.00 to 13.20
    Brake (Front) Type DISC - VENTILATED / DISC
    Brake (Rear) Type DRUM / DISC - VENTILATED
    Front Tyre & Wheel Size 265/65 R17 - 8x17 | 255/70 R17 - 7.5Jx17 | 265/60 R18 - 8x18 | 255/65 R18 - 7.5Jx18 | 285/70 R17 - 8.5Jx17 | 255/70 R16 - 7.0x16 | 255/70 R16 - 7Jx16 | 255/55 R20 - 8Jx20
    Rear Tyre & Wheel Size 265/65 R17 - 8x17 | 255/70 R17 - 7.5Jx17 | 265/60 R18 - 8x18 | 255/65 R18 - 7.5Jx18 | 285/70 R17 - 8.5Jx17 | 255/70 R16 - 7.0x16 | 255/70 R16 - 7Jx16 | 255/55 R20 - 8Jx20
    Front Suspension Type MacPherson Strut / DWB / CS / HyDSA / NSD
    Rear Suspension Type LS / HyDSA / NSD / RiA / TA / CS
  • Ford Ranger Fuel Specifications

    Fuel Type Diesel / Petrol
    Fuel Tank Capacity 80.0L
    Fuel Consumption Combined (Average) From 3.4L/100km to 5.8L/100km
    Fuel Consumption City (Average) From 6.7L/100km to 11.5L/100km
    Fuel Consumption Highway (Average) -
    Emission Standard -
  • Ford Ranger Dimensions

    Length From 0mm to 5,389mm
    Width 80mm
    Height From 0mm to 1,955mm
    Wheelbase From 0mm to 3,270mm
    Front Track From 0mm to 1,710mm
    Rear Track From 0mm to 1,710mm
    Ground Clearance From 0mm to 272mm
    Gross Vehicle Mass From 3,130kg to 3,350kg
    Gross Combination Mass From 0kg to 6,550kg
  • Ford Ranger Towing Capacity

    Braked Towing Capacity From 2,500kg to 3,500kg
    Unbraked Towing Capacity 750kg

Ford Ranger
Wait Times / Availability

109 days

Wait time increasing

The current estimated delivery time as of April 2024 on a new Ford Ranger is currently at 109 days which is up 37 days or 51% from last month

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PMC Says...

9.3 / 10
Ford Ranger
It ended 2021 only fractionally behind its nearest rival for sales, yet with significant momentum on its side, there is no denying the Ford Ranger is one of Australia’s most-loved cars. This range continues to get better and better, and in this instance, the MY21 line-up comes to the party with a host of improvements. The Ranger series features an assortment of configurations - there are turbo engines that vary in size, ranging from 2.0-litres through to 3.2-litres, the availability of 4x4 and 4x2 set-ups, and there are also different body types like the cab chassis, dual-cab, and off-road Wildtrak and Raptor. All told, there is immense flexibility and choice on offer, and it is part of the reason why the Ranger has become such a success. With towing capacity that reaches up to 3,500kg, and ample payload capacity, the Ranger is your perfect work companion. And in the top-spec Wildtrak and Raptor models, these rugged units are built from the ground-up for the most difficult terrain, making them off-road warriors. The series offers an incredibly smooth ride over any terrain, with the suspension set-up configured to perfection. Meanwhile, Ford has equipped the Ranger with a smart and intuitive infotainment system, a comfortable cabin, and a near-endless list of features that span amenity, security, driving aids, and safety. A much-loved name continues to offer more value to an increasingly diverse customer base. So what are you waiting for?

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Expert Review

Ford Ranger Range

by Rene

The build-up to the all-new Ford Ranger has been a long time in the making, and that’s enough to ensure this is one of the most hotly anticipated cars in some time. It’s hard to understate just how much effort has gone into creating a segment-topping unit here, with the blue oval brand spending over five years crafting what may turn out to be the last version of this iconic ute designed and engineered down under.

There is a lot to live up to here, with the outgoing Ranger having notched up tens of thousands of sales locally, and quite the reputation in a number of overseas markets. If that’s not enough, the ute segment has become a fiercely competitive corner of the market, with names like the Isuzu D-Max, Nissan Navara, Mitsubishi Triton, Mazda BT-50, and the best-selling Toyota HiLux.

Pricing for the new Ford Ranger starts from $35,930 plus on-road costs, and tops out at $70,190 before on-road costs. Although dearer than the outgoing model, it is accompanied by a swathe of changes, from a complete design overhaul inside the cabin, to a revision of the car’s mechanical underpinnings. Already a stalwart near the top of the sales charts, things go from strength to strength with this fan favourite.

The build-up to the all-new Ford Ranger has been a long time in the making, and that’s enough to ensure this is one of the most hotly anticipated cars in some time. It’s hard to understate just how much effort has gone into creating a segment-topping unit here, with the blue oval brand spending over five years crafting what may turn out to be the last version of this iconic ute designed and engineered down under.

There is a lot to live up to here, with the outgoing Ranger having notched up tens of thousands of sales locally, and quite the reputation in a number of overseas markets. If that’s not enough, the ute segment has become a fiercely competitive corner of the market, with names like the Isuzu D-Max, Nissan Navara, Mitsubishi Triton, Mazda BT-50, and the best-selling Toyota HiLux.

Pricing for the new Ford Ranger starts from $35,930 plus on-road costs, and tops out at $70,190 before on-road costs. Although dearer than the outgoing model, it is accompanied by a swathe of changes, from a complete design overhaul inside the cabin, to a revision of the car’s mechanical underpinnings. Already a stalwart near the top of the sales charts, things go from strength to strength with this fan favourite.

What features are included?

A new generation car should herald big changes, and that’s exactly what’s in store here. While Ford has done away with the manual variants from its Australian line-up, there are a host of new additions in the way of standard inclusions.

The range is still categorised by three main body types - a two-seater cab chassis, four-seater super cab chassis or pick-up, or the five-seat double cab chassis or pick-up. Each is available in either a 4x2 rear-wheel drive configuration, or the four-wheel drive option that tackles tricky terrain with ease.

At the entry level is the XL variant, which sets the baseline for the Ranger’s universal kit, including nine airbags, front tow hook, digital instrument cluster, air-con, 10.1-inch multimedia touchscreen system, as well as active safety features like AEB, lane departure warning, lane-keep assist, and adaptive cruise control. In the pick-up variants you’ll find extras like cross-traffic alerts and blind-spot monitoring.

The XLS variant adds nice touches like carpet, side steps, alloy wheels, and fog lights. It’s followed by the mid-tier XLT, which has broader appeal thanks to LED headlights, sports bar, 17-inch alloys, keyless operation, dual-zone climate control, sat-nav, traffic sign recognition, and more.

At the pointy end we have the Sport variant, offering bonuses like 18-inch alloys, off-road screen, leather upholstery, powered driver’s seat, and dual front tow hooks. But the real gem in the line-up is the top-tier Wildtrak. 

Almost in a league of its own, the Wildtrak’s exterior grille, sports bar, bumper, wheels, and side rails have all been given an exclusive touch-up. Inside the cabin you’ll find premium additions like a 360-degree camera, active park assist, heated and powered front seats, a larger 12-inch touch screen, and so forth. And that’s without considering some of the optional off-road and towing extras available.

In terms of engine choices, the 3.2-litre five-cylinder turbo-diesel is no more, and you now have several options. On offer are two versions of a four-cylinder 2.0-litre diesel engine, being either a turbo six-speed auto - rated at 125kW at 3500rpm and 405Nm between 1750-2500rpm - or a bi-turbo ten-speed auto offering 154kW at 3750rpm and 500Nm between 1750-2000rpm. 

Alternatively, Ford has rolled out a 3.0-litre V6 turbo diesel in the XLT, Sport, and Wildtrak, mated to the aforementioned ten-speed auto gearbox. This set-up also features an electronic on-demand 4WD system fit with full-time four-wheel driving, six driving modes, and electronic rear-diff lock. This high-spec engine produces a maximum 184kW of power at 3250rpm, and 600Nm of torque at 1750-2250rpm.

It’s good news on the fuel economy front as well, with improvements over the outgoing model, and an official rating by Ford of between 7.2L/100km and 8.4L/100km across the range.

Ford knows today’s customers expect great aftersales support, and it’s pleasing to see new car buyers benefit from a five-year, unlimited kilometre warranty, including roadside assist. You can expect to pay $329 for the first four vehicle services across the first four years, or 60,000km.

Practicality, amenity and comfort

The beauty of the Ford Ranger has always been the fact that it can function as a dependable workhorse, a day-to-day drive for running errands, and also a weekend car fit for a family trip out of the city. That practicality remains a strong selling point.

Inside the cabin, it is largely a case of design and aesthetics being revamped, while the architecture feels consistent. So things like road visibility and interior light still feel the same, as they should. On the other hand, where Ford has invested time and money is in the overall ambience of the cabin. 

Ford has changed the seats and trim, the dashboard has been reworked entirely - now sporting a dazzling and intuitive touchscreen as the centrepiece - and it all feels fresh and exciting rather than the tired ute-like format we’re used to seeing in this segment. Connectivity is a strong point, whether it be the USB-A and USB-C ports, or the wireless charging in the Sport and Wildtrak variants, and storage across the board feels abundant.  

What we really love about the all-new Ford Ranger is the seating, which feels exceptionally comfortable. Whether you’re in the front row, or the second row, there is greater support on offer, making it among the best in a category often known to induce a little fatigue on long trips. 

Combined with lift assist for the tailgate - which now supports a cargo hold fit for a Euro palette - as well as grade-specific features like a bedliner, box caps, load-bearing aluminium side bars, tie-down rails, zone lighting, and a powered roller shutter, the Ranger’s workhorse ethic is clear from the get-go. On top of that, you have a maximum braked towing capacity of 3,500kg.

How does it drive?

The outgoing Ford Ranger was already one of the better utes on the market for driving refinement, offering a great level of poise, ride comfort, and it felt delightful to drive. Any areas where the Ranger was somewhat rusty have now well and truly been addressed. This all-new iteration feels much more smooth, and ultimately, the Aussie design influence shows up well on our local roads.

One of the principal reasons for this overall improvement is the ten-speed auto gearbox that you’ll find in the 2.0-litre bi-turbo and 3.0-litre V6 models. These units feel much more responsive to the throttle, and of course they both offer a greater deal of power as well. However, it’s not just the output here that’s noticeable, it is the efficiency with which it is delivered, with acceleration feeling controlled yet robust, and the engine no longer sounding as if it’s really struggling at the top of the tachometer. 

Another improvement that should be immediately noticeable to current Ford Ranger owners is how much more nimble this all-new version feels compared with its predecessor. It’s still working within the parameters of its limits, namely, the fact this is a ute. However, steering now feels more accurate thanks to the electric power set-up, while still maintaining a great level of assertiveness.

If power, performance, and off-road tenacity matter, there is no going past the Wildtrak, with its brawny V6 engine a clear step above the rest of the range. It extracts every bit of juice from the ten-speed gearbox, and it’s even more fuel efficient than the former top dog of the Ranger series. That translates into potent overtaking ability, and it really puts the wild in Wildtrak.

How safe is it?

Ford’s popular ute has always fared well in the safety stakes, and it is the same story here. The all-new Ranger continues where its five-star ANCAP predecessor left off. The thing is, if you were to just focus on the ratings, you might believe this next-gen model is the same as the last. But that couldn’t be further from the truth, with marked improvements on offer.

Nine airbags is the headline change, with the inclusion of a front-centre airbag to protect against lateral impact, and two knee airbags in the front as well. But the most valued item on offer is none other than the Ranger’s active safety suite. 

As we touched on earlier, the sheer number of safety aids that fit into every variant is impressive. From AEB to lane departure warning, lane-keep assist, and adaptive cruise control, in this day and age you shouldn’t settle for anything less. Elsewhere, parking sensors are standard, while the pick-up versions benefit from added safety in the form of blind-spot technology and rear-cross traffic alerts. 

All up, a comprehensive safety offering, and it’s great to see the love spread across the range.

Verdict

PROS: Vastly superior seating and cabin ambience, expansive active safety across the range, new V6 engine offers improved performance and dynamics

CONS: No more manual variants

It’s always a difficult task to live up to the hype when designing one of the most eagerly awaited cars on the market. Quite simply, Ford has knocked the ball out of the park here. The new Ranger is a sight to behold from the first moment, with striking looks, inside and out, and a real showstopper when it comes to practicality, occupant comfort, standard inclusions and safety, as well as driving pleasure.

Across the board, Ford has delivered a clear step up from the last-generation Ranger, and this ute deserves every bit of praise that is likely to be thrown its way. The standout improvement is the new 3.0-litre V6 engine, which is smoother and more responsive, but there are also a lot of changes to appreciate inside the cabin. If this is the last Ford Ranger designed down under, the team deserves a tip of the hat, because this feels like the best ute on the market right now.

Ford Ranger XL specifications

Body: 2-door or 4-door; 2-seat, 4-seat, or 5-seat; cab chassis, pick-up ute

Drive: RWD or 4WD

Engine: 1996cc 4-cyl, DOHC, 16v - turbo or bi-turbo

Power: 125kW @ 3500rpm

Torque: 405Nm @ 1750-2500rpm

0-100km/h: Undisclosed (est. ~10 seconds)

Fuel consumption: min. 7.2L/100km (combined)

Weight: 1789–2399kg

Transmission: Six-speed auto or ten-speed auto

Suspension: Front - MacPherson strut; Rear - Leaf-spring (standard)

Price: $35.930 (from)

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4 / 10

I am verey happy the new car

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Helen D. in Roma, QLD

5 / 10

The Ford Ranger we purchased is beyond expectional! I love it and dont know how i managed without one. Having driven a small hatch the leap to the Ranger was a little daunting! Amazing features that are easy to navigate for a person who is not tech savy!

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Launce W. in Whitebridge, NSW

5 / 10

I have now had my Ford Ranger XLT for four months and could not be happier. It is comfortable to drive and great around town. It has all the power and acceleration required to make daily driving a pleasure and a bit more grunt when you need it. Looking forward to doing a bit of a road trip to see how it handles the open road.

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