Ford will launch an updated 2023 Ford Ranger come March next year, with an integrated trailer brake controller now standard on the XLT and Sport. Price rises across the range will also feature.
A rear-view camera kit now comes standard on XL Cab Chassis variants, extending the
comprehensive suite of driver assist features. The Wildtrak scores a new optional wheel pack, featuring 20-inch machined-face alloy wheel, fitted with all season tyres.
The Touring Pack, available on XLT and Sport models, will now include a cargo management
system and auxiliary switch bank. The latter will be available as a standalone option on XLT Cab Chassis variants.
As previously announced, a new optional powered roller shutter on the Raptor will include the replacement of the standard fit spray-in bedliner with a plastic drop-in bedliner. On the pricing front, lower spec models rise $250.
The range now opens with the 4×2 single cab chassis, fitted with the 2.0-litre single turbo diesel engine, at $36,180 plus on-roads. Where the price hike goes up is in the popular pickup range, mostly powered by the new 3.0-litre bi-turbo V6.
The 4×4 XLT double cab pickup is up $1000 to $65,190, while the 2.0-litre bi-turbo Wildtrak rises $800 to $67,990, with the 3.0-litre V6 version now $71,190. The Raptor gets the biggest hike, up $1,300 to $86,790. All prices are plus on-roads.
Optional extras include the wheel pack, touring pack and switch packs mentioned already, as well as an off road pack, heavy duty suspension, a spray-in bedliner, towing pack and tech pack, all of which are variant specific. A decal pack is also available for the Raptor.
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