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New Ford Ranger prices rise along with spec levels

Power Ranger: Ford's facelifted Ranger range gets a price hike along with extra equipment.

37-strong Ford Ranger MkII range cops price adjustments right across the board

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FORD Australia has previewed the extensive price list for the incoming Ranger Mk II, ahead of the vehicle’s launch later this year.

With a greater array of standard equipment fitted to the range, prices across the board have risen as a result, with some variants increasing by as much as $3650.

The 4x2 range has borne the brunt of the increases, with the price of the 11-variant range increasing by at least $1400. The 26-strong 4x4 line-up, meanwhile, will wear price increases of between $300 and $700.

Electric power steering, adjustable speed limiter, cable-shift manual transmissions and emergency assistance capability is now standard across the XL, XLT, XLS and WildTrak ranges, along with 230-volt inverters on double- and super-cab variants, idle stop on 4x2 Hi-Rider and 4x4 manuals and a rear box light for sports-bar-equipped variants.

In addition, the two top-spec XLT and WildTrak Rangers get SYNC2 connectivity, an 8.0-inch touchscreen, tyre pressure monitors and a pair of 4.2-inch instrumentation screens.

Ford Australia president and CEO Graeme Whickman said the Ranger ute range will appeal to a diverse customer base.

“PX Ranger MkII customers have the power of choice from a 2.2-litre XL workhorse, right up to the popular 3.2-litre TDCi XLT series and premium 3.2-litre TDCi Wildtrak, which our customers love because it effortlessly combines week-day duties with the ability to become a versatile weekend leisure vehicle,” he said.

The range kicks off with the traditional XL single cab 4x2, powered by Ford’s 2.2-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel and backed by a six-speed manual. At $27,390 before on-road costs, this represents a $3000 jump over the outgoing model.

The XL single-cab pick-up in the same mechanical spec, meanwhile, jumps a hefty $3600 to $28,390 before on-road costs.

The 4x2 Hi-Rider models – a rear-wheel-drive with the ride height and wheel spec of a 4x4 – also wear a price increase across the range. The mid-spec XLT Super Cab Hi-Rider auto pick-up, for example, carries a $2450 price increase into the MkII range to be $46,690 before on-road costs.

Toyota has announced it will add a similar spec high-riding HiLux back into its new range at the end of the year.

At the top end of the 4x2 range, the XLT double-cab pick-up is listed at $46,490 before on-road costs, a jump of $1500. An automatic transmission option is $2200 extra, itself $200 more expensive than before.

A sample section of the 4x4 range sees small price rises at the entry level for XL cab-chassis models in both the 2.2-litre and five-cylinder 3.2-litre turbo-diesel variants of between $300 and $700, while the 3.2-litre XLT Super Cab pick-up jumps $500 in manual guise to $44,790 before on-road costs.

Towards the top end of the range, the consumer-spec XLS double-cab pick-up 4x4 also increases by $500 in manual guise to hit $53,890, and $56,590 in automatic form. The range-topping WildTrak, meanwhile, also jumps $500 to start at $57,890 for the manual before on-road costs and tops out at $60,090 before on-roads for a six-speed auto.

Breaking the $60,000 barrier sees the WildTrak as the second most expensive 4x4 dual-cab on the Australian market, behind the Volkswagen Amarok TDI420 Ultimate, which costs $65,290 before on-road costs.

The Ranger’s arch-nemesis, the Toyota HiLux SR5 dual-cab pick-up, costs $51,740, while the new Nissan Navara NP300 ST-X costs $51,900. Mazda’s BT-50 GT will set you back $51,140, the Holden Colorado LTZ $50,490 and the Isuzu D-Max Terrain $50,800. All prices are before on-road costs.

Ford has shifted 10,772 Thai-built Rangers so far in 2015, which is up over more than five per cent year on year. It accounts for more than 40 per cent of Ford Australia’s total sales volume.

The category-leading HiLux – now in run-out mode ahead of a new model due in October – has sold 14,500 units in 2015, a drop of 2.5 per cent year on year.

Ford Ranger pricing*
4x2
XL Single Cab Chassis 2.2L$27,390
XL Single Cab Chassis 2.2 Hi-Rider$30,890
XL Single Cab Chassis 2.2 Hi-Rider (a)$33,090
XL Single Cab Pick-up 2.2L$28,390
XL Super Cab CHassis 2.2L Hi-Rider (a)$35,590
XLT Super Cab Pick-up 3.2L Hi-Rider (a)$46,690
XL Double Cab Chassis 2.2L Hi-Rider (a)$37,590
XL Double Cab Pick-up 2.2L Hi-Rider$36,390
XL Double Cab Pick-up 2.2L H-Rider (a)$38,590
XLT Double Cab Pick-up 3.2L Hi-Res$46,490
XLT Double Cab Pick-up 3.2L Hi-Rider (a)$48,690
4x4
XL Single Cab Chassis 2.2L$38,790
XL Single Cab Chassis 3.2L$41,290
XL Single Cab Chassis 3.2L (a)$43,490
XL Plus Single Cab Chassis 3.2L (a)$46,480
XL Super Cab Chassis 3.2L$43,790
XL Super Cab Pick-Up 3.2L$44,790
XLT Super Cab Pick-up 3.2L$52,390
XLT Super Cab Pick-up 3.2L (a)$54,590
XL Double Cab Chassis 2.2L$43,290
XL Double Cab Chassis 2.2L (a)$45,490
XL Double Cab Pick-up 2.2L$44,290
XL Double Cab Picl-up 2.2L (a)$46,490
XL Double Cab Chassis 3.2L$45,790
XL Double Cab Chassis 3.2L (a)$47,990
XL Plus Double Cab Chassis 3.2L (a)$51,960
XL Double Cab Pick-up 3.2L$46,790
XL Double Cab Pick-up 3.2L (a)$48,990
XL Plus Double Cab Pick-up 3.2L (a)$52,960
XLS Double Cab Pick-up 2.2L$45.590
XLS Double Cab Pick-up 2.2L (a)$47,790
XLS Double Cab Pick-up 3.2L$48,090
XLS Double Cab Pick-up 3.2L (a)$50,290
XLT Double Cab Pick-up 3.2L$54,390
XLT Double Cab Pick-up 3.2L (a)$56,590
Wildtrak Double Cab Pick-up 3.2L$57,890
Wildtrak Double Cab Pick-up 3.2L (a)$60,090
*Excludes on-road costs.

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