Spyshot: New Ford Ranger Facelift Seen In Thailand

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Spyshot: New Ford Ranger Facelift Seen In Thailand

The current T6 generation of the Ford Ranger was unveiled way back in 2011, before undergoing a facelift in March 2015. It appears that an all-new Ranger is still some years away because spyshots of a new Ranger facelift has just surfaced thanks to Thai website headlightmag.

From the pictures, we can tell that new Ranger will feature a slightly revised grille and Ford Everest-like headlights. Additionally, the design of the front bumper is appears to be different.

Changes towards the rear are less apparent, though this particular Ranger wears a “Limited” emblem on the tailgate. The Ford Ranger range is also expected to be rearranged, so this particular “Limited” model could sit below the range-topping Wildtrak variant.

As for powertrains, the new Ford Ranger is expected to continue with current engine options - a 2.2-litre commonrail turbo diesel and a 3.2-litre commonrail turbo diesel diesel, both from Ford's Duratorq family. 

Apart from the updated T6 Ford Ranger, sources have also indicated that higher performance Ranger Raptor variant, powered exclusively by a 2.0-litre EcoBlue twin turbo diesel mated to a 10-speed automatic, could be in the plans. The hotter Ranger Raptor is also said to feature much beefier off-road suspension, additional undercarriage protection and enhanced 4WD system.



Eric

Eric

Prior to covering the automotive scene, Eric was the tech support fella. Now he's either busy driving or editing videos.


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