Ford introduces Black Edition Ranger

Ford is set to add value to its 2024 Ranger line-up with the introduction of a new Black Edition. Building on the XL Double Pick-Up 2.0-litre Bi-Turbo 4×4, the new variant is designed for small business owners looking for a value for money truck.

Featuring stylish black exterior design enhancements, the Ranger Black Edition is set to be limited to 1500 examples, and sports a black long-legged sports bar, a drop-in bedliner with 12V socket and in-built cargo management system.

Amping up both the style and practicality of the popular workhorse, it also grabs unique 17-inch Asphalt Black alloy wheels, wrapped with all-terrain tyres, as well as black side steps, and a unique mesh grill with Bolder Grey inserts as standard.

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“The Ranger Black Edition is perfect for customers who need a ute with all the capability to get the job done during the week, and the features that make it easy to fill their weekends with adventure,” Ford Australia president and CEO Andrew Birkic said.

The Ranger Black Edition hits the tarmac at $56,680 plus on-roads, but in Arctic White can currently be had for $57,990 drive away. Ford is offering an optional towing pack, manual roller shutter and premium paint. You can even delete the auto stop/start function.

To find out more, talk to your local Ford dealership.

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