The next generation Ford Ranger It is losing its most fuel-efficient variant, but the rest of the range doesn’t seem to be getting any better.
Next Ranger’s primary fuel economy statistics have been shared on social media.
Care Expert Understand that these are ASEAN market statistics like Thailand, but local statistics represent most of what will happen.
Local figures are understood to be in the process of being finalized and will be released shortly before delivery begins in June.
With new Single-turbo 2.0-liter turbo-diesel four-cylinder engineThe Rangers have claimed joint cycle fuel costs 7.6L / 100km.
This is a drop outgoing 2.2-liter turbo-diesel variant from the 7.8L / 100km and 8.0L / 100km claims, large numbers for the double cab model.
While there is no longer a trivial manual option – the outgoing Ranger manual single cab-chassis low-rider camouflage 6.5L / 100km, the new Ranger will be offered exclusively in Australia with an automatic transmission.
Step up to the carryover 2.0-liter bi-turbo diesel fourThe table shows the preliminary figures of 6.9L / 100km and 7.2L / 100km. The former is probably for the manual option which will not be sold here.
In contrast, the outgoing Bi-Turbo Ranger uses 7.4L / 100km as a super cab, 8.0L / 100km as a double cab and 8.2L / 100km in the flagship Raptor X camouflage.
The caveat here is that this table lists automatic stop / start as standard, but only select fleet vehicles with bio-turbo will be available with fuel-efficient features.
Before losing automatic stop-start earlier this year due to chip shortages, the 7.4L / 100km fuel economy of bi-turbo double cab models was claimed.
New 3.0-liter turbo-diesel V6 The option is as affordable as the outgoing, less powerful 3.2-liter turbo-diesel five, as claimed 8.4L / 100km.
Finally, the Ranger Raptor – which makes a pack 3.0-liter twin-turbo petrol V6 – Swallows 11.5L / 100km.
Automatic stop-start standard on 3.0-liter V6 turbo-diesel and 3.0-liter V6 twin-turbo petrol engines.
As mentioned, the new Ranger will go on sale in June.
The Hot Raptor will follow in July, when the related Everest SUV arrives in August.
Although Ford has begun mass production and shipping of the new Ranger, a leaked dealer bulletin reveals that the COVID-19 lockdown in China will result in fewer examples of new Ranger sales to dealers than initially expected.
“As part of the production loss impact flow from Q2, a portion of the April dealer allocation (for July production) should now be devoted to creating existing dealer orders from the previous allocation, reducing the volume available for dealer allocations in April,” the bulletin said late last month.
In early April, Ford released the full price for the Ranger range. You can read our details Pricing and glasses article here.
The standard range starts at আগে 35,930 before the on-road cost of the standard high-rider body-style XL single-cab-chassis and extends to $ 70,190 before the on-road cost of the Wildtrak with the fleshy V6 turbo-diesel.
Prices for the Turbo-Petrol V6-powered Ranger Raptor range from $ 85,490 before on-road costs.
The 2022 Ford Ranger line-up includes the XL, XLS, XLT, Sport, Wildtrak and Raptor variants, and has four engine choices combined exclusively with the automatic transmission.
The headliner diesel is from Ford 3.0-liter turbo-diesel V6 That produces 184 kW Of power and 600Nm A modification of torque 2.0-liter bi-turbo diesel four-cylinder Makes 154 kW (Below 3kW) and a familiar 500NmWhen the base 2.0-liter turbo-diesel four-cylinder Makes 125 kW And 403Nm.
Where available, the V6 diesel costs 3000 more than the 2.0-liter dual-turbo four-cylinder option.
Bi-turbo four-cylinder diesel switch for a new generation Ranger Raptor 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 petrol Engine That produces 292 kW And 583Nm.
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