Ford Ranger Finance Leasing and Contract Hire Deals
Ford has designed its pickup, the Ranger, to be the right tool to make child’s play of men’s work. Torque, power and traction are top of the list when it comes to designing this truck, to give you the best truck for accessing the most remote of locations.
Ford has just introduced an all-new four-wheel drive system, too, which features on the Ford Ranger models. Its aim is to offer the best possible road holding when off-roading and driving in snow. The four-wheel drive system has the added bonus of a comprehensive ESP system – and the Traction Control system has three settings, which the driver can switch between, to get optimised settings for every driving condition,
The Electronic Stability Programme ensures the truck is stable and has enough traction to keep its feet on slippery surfaces, thanks to a combination of braking and engine torque reduction. The ESP also helps you have automated control when going downhill off-road, preventing the Ranger from rolling backwards, and minimising trailer sway – all important factors for a safe comfortable drive off-road.
Safety-wise, the Ranger has excellent credentials. It was the first pickup to be awarded a five-star Euro NCAP rating – and its pedestrian protection particularly impressed testers.
Ford has obviously worked hard on making sure the Ranger gets you to your destination – whatever you have to go through to get there. It can make it through water up to 800mm deep, and the Hill Descent Control will regulate your speed when going downhill even without you having to touch the pedals.
And despite its adventurous credentials, Ford has ensured that the Ranger is a real workhorse; payload capacity is impressive – 1340kg for the XL Regular Cab and has a box load volume (1.8 cu m for the Regular Cab). And to keep loads secure, the internal and external tie-downs can cope with up to 4,000 newtons of lashing force – and some models have a C-channel tie-down system to make sure loads of any size and shape are held securely.
If you’re towing and pulling heavy loads, the Hill Start Assist will make sure you don’t go backwards when going up or down a hill – it can work in both forward and reverse gears. If you need some help seeing behind you when towing, and reversing, the rear-view camera is what you need. Go into reverse gear and the image from the camera appears in the rear view mirror – it even has helpful marker lines overlaying the image, so you can see where the Ranger is heading.
And if you need to switch between 2WD and 4WD, you can do so at the push of a button – even if you’re driving.
There are four models available in the Ford Ranger range:
The XL comes in a number of body styles, so there should be one to suit your needs exactly. They are: Regular Cab 4x2 and 4x4; Regular Chassis Cab 4x4; Super Cab 4x2 and 4x4 and Double Cab 4x4.
Under the hood sits either 2.2 Duratorq TDCi 125 PS or 2.2 Duratorq TDCi 150 PS, with a six-speed manual gearbox.
To make things comfortable inside the cab, there’s six-speed manual transmission, electronic shift-on-the-fly to switch between 2WD and 4WD, and electrically operated front window, with a one-shot driver’s window. If you want entertainment on the move, there’s an AUX audio input 3.5mm jack and the heated door mirrors can be electronically operated.
The Electronic Stability Programme and Ford Easy-Fuel – which prevents the wrong fuel being put into the tank, and deters thieves from siphoning fuel – are also included.
The XLT comes in two body styles – the Super Cab 4x4 and the Double Cab 4x4. Under the hood the diesel engine offers 2.2 Duratorq TDCi 150 PS, with a six-speed manual gearbox.
The XLT has all the features of the XL, as well as all the Ford Ranger benefits and the following added extras:
Outside there are 16in alloy wheels and a heated windscreen, while several extras make life simpler for the driver: the heated windscreen is perfect for chilly winter mornings and evenings, while the chrome effect mirrors are also heated and power operated, so there’s no need to even leave the driver’s seat to get the perfect view.
Driving long distances is made even more comfortable by the inclusion of cruise control, while you can stay in touch using the Bluetooth hands-free phone, which features Voice Control System and USB interface. Audio controls are at your fingertips with the steering wheel mounted audio controls.
This model is a step up from the XLT, and boasts all the same great features, but Ford has gone the extra mile to make this model more technologically advanced.
Outside, the 17in alloy wheels will impress, while inside the cab, the driver’s back is given some consideration with the inclusion of an eight-way electrically-adjustable seat, which also offers lumbar support.The doors are power-foldable and have puddle lights, while you can get the cab at just the right temperature using the dual-zone electronic automatic temperature control air conditioning.
Technology-wise, Ford has included a large-style colour multi-function display and parking distance sensors to make that job even easier.
The Limited comes in two body styles – the Super Cab 4x4 and the Double Cab 4x4 - and there are two engine choices. The 2.2 Duratorq TDCi 150 PS, with six speed manual gearbox (you can also choose an automatic gearbox), or the 3.2 Duratorq TDCi 200 PS, with six speed manual gearbox. The five-cylinder 3.2-litre engine offers 200Ps and maximum torque of 470Nm
Finally, the Wildtrak takes the technology one step further.
It also features all the Ford Ranger benefits –including the Duratorq diesel engine, which uses variable geometry turbochargers for increased power (and torque (365Nm). The five-cylinder 3.2-litre engine offers 200Ps and maximum torque of 470Nm.
On the outside, the 18in machined alloy wheels will impress. Other stylish design features include the Titanium front grille and the body coloured front bumper with sports black highlighting, along with the painted steel rear step bumper and polished stainless steel sidebars.
Inside the cab, there is colour satnav and a rear-view camera to make reversing a breeze. The Ice Blue ambient interior lighting has dimming control, and the steering wheel is wrapped in leather for a luxury feel. The Wildtrak branding features in the steering wheel, floor mats and seat trim.
The Wildtrak comes in Double Cab 4x4 body style only, and extra options include a lockable roll cover and tow bar with 13-pin Euro connector with 12v auxiliary supply.
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