Ford Ranger and Raptor combine high performance and superior fuel efficiency with a renewed engine , while not lending off-road performance.

The new Ford Ranger; With its more powerful and more efficient engine, it sets the standards of its class with the innovative technologies it incorporates. The 2.0-liter EcoBlue diesel engine, which incorporates the most advanced engine technologies, including SCR, Europe's best-selling pick-up model, offers up to 24 percent fuel efficiency when combined with the new 10-speed automatic transmission. The new 2.0-liter EcoBlue Bi-turbo engine produces 213 PS of power and 500 Nm of torque compared to the 3.2 liter TDCi engine it replaces, with an additional 13 PS and 30 Nm of torque.

800 mm (80 cm) with the best water penetration depth in its class and 230 mm from the ground height of the new Ford Ranger driver and accompanying passengers without disturbing the comfort of the difficult terrain was designed to knee. The 29-degree approach and 21-degree departure angles help to move safely off-paved roads. The outstanding off-road performance is complemented by a towing capacity of 3,500 kg and a loading capacity of 1,252 kg.

Powerful and highly efficient 2.0 liter EcoBlue diesel engine

The new 2.0-liter EcoBlue turbo diesel engine used in the Ford Ranger offers a combination of performance and fuel efficiency. This engine produces 170 PS of power and 420 Nm of torque at the entry level, consumes 8.3 liters/100 km of fuel and  reaches 216 g / km of CO 2 emissions. The bi-turbo version of the same engine produces 213 PS of power and 500 Nm of torque. This version consumes 9.2 l/100 km of fuel and  achieves 228 g/km of CO 2 emissions.

Thanks to the optimized compact turbocharger, the new engine delivers higher air delivery, especially at lower revs, compared to the 2.2-liter TDCi engine, which offers a more vibrant and agile feel throughout the rev range. In the bi-turbo version, which forms the peak of the product range, both turbochargers operate in series for high torque production at lower revs. At the top speed, the small turbo is disengaged and the large turbo continues to work for high power generation.

Except for the six-speed manual gearbox with clear shift paths and smooth gearshifts, the 170 PS and 213 PS versions can be equipped with a unique 10-speed automatic transmission in this class. Features such as wider intermittent ratios and real-time adaptive gear changes that allow the transmission to adapt to changing conditions help ensure the best possible performance, fuel efficiency or smooth driving characteristics in different driving conditions. According to Ford's real-life driving conditions, the new diesel engine provides up to 24 percent fuel economy when used with the new 10-speed automatic transmission when used with a manual transmission compared to the engine it replaces.

In the new Ford Ranger; The XLT is available in 2.0-liter EcoBlue with 170 PS and 2.0-liter EcoBlue with 213 PS in Wildtrack. Depending on the engine and equipment options, besides the manual transmission, automatic transmission and 4 × 2 or 4 × 4 traction system alternatives can be preferred. The new Ford Ranger is waiting for customers starting from 200,900 TL.

The new Ford Ranger Raptor: a real off-road pick-up experience

Inspired by the Ford F-150 Raptor, the new Ranger Raptor draws attention with an aggressive and dynamic design, while vibrant colors complement this aggressive and dynamic look. Inspired by the Ford F-150 Raptor, the world's first mass-produced high-performance off-road van, the new front grille completely fills the gap between the high-performance HID Bi-Xenon headlights. Designed to support demanding desert use and complemented by LED fog lights, the front bumper design optimizes airflow in the vehicle body. Fenders are designed to avoid damage from long suspension roads and huge tires in off-road use. The side steps are designed to prevent fordkum, mud and snow spray that may occur on non-asphalt roads.

Performance motor with high efficiency

The new Ford Ranger Raptor also features a 2.0-liter bi-turbo that is also used on the Ranger Wildtrack.EcoBlue engine is working. In the bi-turbo version, both turbochargers operate in series for high torque production at lower revolutions. At the top speed, the small turbo is disengaged and the large turbo continues to work for high power generation. This version produces 213 PS of power and 500 Nm of torque and transmits its power to the wheels with the new 10-speed automatic transmission, which is also used in the F-150 Raptor. Features such as wider intermittent ratios and real-time adaptive gear changes that allow the transmission to adapt to changing conditions help ensure the best possible performance, fuel efficiency or smooth driving characteristics in different driving conditions. According to Ford's data on real-life driving conditions, this version consumes 8.9 liters/100 km of fuel and 233 g/km of CO 2 emission emission value reaches.

Different driving modes for best performance

To provide the best possible performance in different ground conditions; Baja, Sport, Turf, Gravel, Snow, Mud Sand, Rock and Normal, with different driving modes Land Management System comes into play. Electronic driving assistance systems, including Ford Stability Control, Trailer Swing Control, Hill Start Assist, Incline Landing Control and Load Adaptation Control, including Roll Over Prevention Function and Electronic Stability Control, support driving safety.
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