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ARB ready for Ranger’s arrival

Full catalogue of four-wheel-drive and work accessories priced for new Ford Ranger

3 Jun 2022

ARB has this week announced pricing for its extensive catalogue of four-wheel-drive and work accessories for the soon-to-be-released next-generation Ford Ranger.


As reported by GoAuto last November, the early collaboration between the two brands – which began back in 2019 – meant that a broad range of accessories would be available in time for the launch of the Blue Oval’s fifth-generation utility.


The off-road parts manufacturer says the 160 Ranger-specific components have been rigorously evaluated by ARB and Ford engineers to ensure compatibility with the new model, as well as best-in-class personalisation, optimal integration and performance.


Designed for camping, touring and working, the factory-backed accessories and parts include frontal-, side-, rear- and underbody protection components, rated recovery points, canopies and tonneau covers, suspension upgrades, an auxiliary battery kit, a 140-litre long-range fuel tank and even a snorkel and differential locks (air lockers).


ARB also offers Ranger-specific modular drawer systems and roof racking, a slide kitchen and a number of plug-and-play electrical accessories, such as driving lights and a LINX touchscreen command centre.


All of ARB’s accessories and parts are covered under the Ranger’s five-year/unlimited-kilometre warranty, provided they are purchased and fitted at a Ford dealership.


ARB is also developing a similar range of parts for the Ford Everest, which is also due in showrooms soon.


Now available for order, the 2022 Ford Ranger is priced from $35,930 (plus on-road costs), which is $1040 higher than the starting price of the outgoing range. The flagship Ranger Raptor – now powered by a gutsy V6 twin-turbocharged petrol engine – starts from $85,490 (plus ORCs); it is $6100 dearer than the outgoing turbo-diesel version.


The 2022 Ford Ranger line-up now begins with the XL 4x2 single-cab 2.0-litre SiT (single-turbo diesel) High Rider, which has replaced the previous XL 4x2 single-cab 2.2-litre turbo-diesel as the entry point into the range.


The XL range is offered with a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine mated to a six-speed automatic, or a twin-turbocharged version that’s hooked up to a 10-speed auto.


Ranger XLS double-cab variants (from $46,730) are offered exclusively with the twin-turbo 2.0-litre and 10AT combination, while XLT (from $53,990) and Wildtrak variants (from $67,190) are offered with both the four-cylinder twin-turbo and 3.0-litre turbo-diesel V6, both with the 10-speed automatic as standard.


The 3.0-litre V6 turbo-diesel gives the Ranger peak power of 184kW at 3250rpm and 600Nm of maximum torque from 1750-2250rpm. The twin-turbo “four” produces 154kW at 3750rpm and 500Nm from 1750-2000rpm, while the single-turbo diesel will offer 125kW at 3500rpm and 405Nm between 1750-2500rpm.


Meanwhile, the Ranger Raptor – now with a petrol engine for the first time – will develop 292kW and 583Nm from its twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V6 that displaces 3.0 litres. The Raptor is likewise offered as standard with Ford’s 10AT transmission.


None of the variants in the 2022 Ford Ranger line-up are equipped with a manual ‘box.


2022 Ford Ranger ARB option pricing*:


Summit Mark II Bullbar                       $3225

Summit Mark II Bullbar                       $3995 (models with front camera & parking sensors)

Summit Sahara Mark II Bullbar          $2925

Summit Sahara Mark II Bullbar          $2975 (models with front camera & parking sensors)

Underbody Protection                      $1195

Rear Bar                                              $1835

Rear Recovery Point                          $225

Front Recovery Point                         $252

Summit Side Steps                              $1095

Summit Side Rail                                 $795

Summit Return                                    $375

Ascent Canopy                                 $4722

Classic Canopy                                 $2640

Sport Lid                                              $2855

Old Man Emu BP-51 Suspension       $2120

Long-range Fuel Tank                        $1360

Air Lockers                                          $1150 (each)

Safari Snokel                                       $638

Roof Rack                                           $695

Tailgate Assist                                     $155

Wiring Loom for Driving Lights           $157


*ARB retail pricing, excludes fitting.

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