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Ford Philippines expands all-new Ranger lineup with range-topping Wildtrak



Ford Philippines recently announced that it will expand the lineup for its class-defining all-new Ford Ranger at the 2013 Manila International Auto Show this coming April at the World Trade Center with the official launch of the range-topping Wildtrak variants.

The all-new Ranger Wildtrak will be available in three variants—the Duratorq TDCi 2.2L VG Turbo 4×4 in both manual and automatic transmission, and the top-of-the-line Duratorq TDCi 3.2L VG Turbo 4×4 in automatic transmission.

The addition of the Wildtrak will expand the all-new Ford Ranger lineup in the Philippines to six highly competitive models featuring an unmatched combination of power and safety, fuel efficiency, comfort and capability in its segment.

The all-new Ranger Wildtrak will officially go on sale in dealerships nationwide in April at the following price points:

• 3.2L Ranger Wildtrak 4X4 AT worth P1.549 million

• 2.2L Ranger Wildtrak 4X4 AT worth P 1.419 million

• 2.2L Ranger Wildtrak 4X4 MT worth P1.349 million

“We’re thrilled to be further expanding the lineup of our all-new Ranger with the introduction of the range-topping Wildtrak, and providing even more choices for this class-defining pickup truck in the Philippines,” said Randy Krieger, Ford Philippines president.

“The Ranger Wildtrak is truly a truck with no compromise—delivering class-leading power and safety, excellent fuel efficiency, smart technologies, and unmatched versatility and capability,” he added.

The aggressive and sporty stance of the new Ranger line-up is enhanced for the range-topping Wildtrak.

Sitting high on 18-inch alloy wheels, the Wildtrak features an attractive Sport Package with Roof Rail, Sport Bar, Box Rail, Bedliner and Special Wildtrak Seats, Steering Wheel and Door Trim. The exclusive Wildtrak badging and graphics help to set it apart from other lifestyle vehicles.

Wildtrak also comes with Dual Zone Climate Control, Power Front Windows with Driver’s 1-touch Up/Down, Rain Sensing Wipers, Dome Interior Lamp, Auto Headlamps, Side steps, Cruise Control and a Steering Wheel with Audio Control.

Exclusive to the 3.2L Ranger Wildtrak are features like the Rear View Camera, Cooled Console, Beltminder and a 12V cargo box power point.

The premium eight-way power adjustable driver seat fitted exclusively to the range-topping 3.2L Wildtrak is new to Ranger and offers tailored seating at the touch of a button.

The all-new Ranger Wildtrak will be available in three body colors: Black Mica, Cool White and exclusive Chili Orange.

Ranger Wildtrak comes with a choice of two state-of-the-art common-rail Ford Duratorq TDCi diesels and class-exclusive six-speed transmissions that serve up even more power and torque.

Equipped with the new Duratorq TDCi 3.2L VG Turbo, the 3.2L Wildtrak 4X4 has a substantial 470 Nm of torque and power rated at 200 PS.

The fuel consumption of this five-cylinder diesel engine in a combined cycle is among the leaders in its class.


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