Ford Ranger 'composed on difficult terrain'
Wednesday 13 April 2011 | By Evolution InternetBack to Newsroom
Motorists looking to invest in the new Ford Ranger have been advised the vehicle is great on all terrain.
Announcing the release of its latest global compact pick-up, the manufacturer has stated that the car will be as effective when driving through difficult terrain as it is on tarmacked surfaces.
This new level of stability is down to a combination of the car's chassis frame, front and rear suspension and its improved steering system.
Noting that the Ford Ranger is great for forestry and mining companies, the manufacturer added how it is also good for consumers who enjoy recreational off-road driving.
"These customers are looking for a vehicle that's capable enough to take them further afield into more remote locations.
And we've engineered the Ranger to be able to do this and more" noted vehicle integration engineer Sam Ellis.
The Ford Ranger is a strong contender to become more popular than the Toyota Hilux and Nissan Navara, according to a recent report in the Peterborough Evening Telegraph.