The Ford Ranger Raptor 4000 has been sold by 2023 with orders and counts

Ford There is a very groove 4000 orders For the new $ 90,000-plus Ranger Raptor Before launch, all rangers accounted for about a quarter of pre-orders.

Demand is so high that those who place an order today will have to wait about nine months for delivery.

As reported separately, the Blue Oval brand recorded over 19,000 orders for its combined next-generation Ranger UT and related Everest SUV range in Australia before hitting the showroom (18,000 Ranger, 2000 Everest).

Although the Ranger Raptor has historically been marketed by Ford Australia as a separate model line, the company has not released its sales figures, so it is unclear how today’s 4000-order bank compares to last year’s (previous generation) Raptor sales. .

Ford Australia, however, said they were happy with the order number.

The price of the new Raptor is $ 6100 more than last year’s model ডের 85,490 before on-roadOr $ 92,127 drive-away based on a Sydney postcode.

But the new ute, which uses an updated version of the outgoing model’s T6 architecture, has a more powerful engine under its bonnet.

It displays the older UT’s bi-turbo 2.0-liter four-cylinder diesel, which will have less rangers. Twin-turbo 3.0-liter petrol V6 Production 292 kW Of power and 583Nm Torque – up to 135kW and 83Nm.

Combined with a 10-speed automatic transmission, locking front and rear differential with a fixed four-wheel drive system and an electronically-controlled on-demand two-speed transfer case.

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Other improvements include a variable exhaust, a range of drive modes with a manic baja off-road mode, retuned suspension with a 2.5-inch Fox live valve damper.

Like the outgoing Raptor, the new UTT was engineered and developed by a large team of Ford’s local engineers and designers in Australia.

The new Raptor Peak-crazy will also be sold in the US market, as opposed to the outgoing model.

At the top end of the Australian UT market are various variants of UTs, ranging from the Toyota Hilux Rogue and the Mazda BT-50 Thunder to more distinctly off-road-centric models, such as the Nissan Navara Pro-4X Warrior.

Full-size pickup trucks such as the Chevrolet Silverado and the Ram 1500 are also growing in popularity.

These are built in North America and re-engineered locally for right-hand drive, and Ford will follow in 2023 with a re-engineered version of its popular F-150.

GMSV sold 2118 Chevrolet Silverados in 2021, while Ram Trucks Australia – which also tapped for Walkinshaw’s local re-engineering – sold 3819 examples of its 1500, up 15.8 percent from the previous year.

Companies like Volkswagen and Nissan have introduced rivals to the Ranger Raptor, although the new generation Ford has taken the game forward with its twin-turbo petrol V6.

Volkswagen and Walkinshaw are building 600 Amarok W580Xs, a swansong for a venerable ute that will be replaced next year based on the new Ford Ranger. That new Volkswagen UTO will produce a Vakinsh-Fetled version.

Overall, local tuning operations will create 2600 versions of the current Amarok across the W580, W580S and W580X nameplates.

Collaborative local operations lover has created more than 1000 examples of his modified Nissan Navara, Pro-4X Warrior and is expanding its operations to launch the more affordable SL Warrior.

Although not widely changed, the Toyota Hilux Disease and Rugged X are configured locally, and the company says it can produce up to 500 instances per month.

Like the Amarak and Navara models mentioned above, these are made abroad but vary locally.

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