Ford Ranger MKII gets priced in Australia image

Ford has recently introduced the MK2 Ranger in Australia where the model is available in several versions and with a lot of options.

The cheapest version of the Ford Ranger MKII is the Single Cab Chassis XL 2.2L MT 4×2 and it will be setting you back for at least 27,390 AUD. Go for the cheapest 4×4 and you will get the same model in the same configuration for 38,790 AUD. The range-topping version, the Wildtrak Double Cab pickup 3.2L AT has been priced at 60,090 AUD.

Some of the features available on the model include the adjustable speed limiter, the cable shift manual transmission, electric power assisted steering, navigation with traffic management channel on the XLT and Wildtrak, the SYNC2 with a high-res 8-inch touch screen for the same versions, the 230V inverter, tire pressure monitoring system, rear box illumination and so on. The Tech Pack option on the XLT and Wildtrak is bringing the Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keep Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control with Forward Collision Alert, Driver Impairment Monitor and rearview camera.

Standard items found across the range include the automatic headlights, air conditioning, four-way manual driver’s seat adjustment with lumbar support, 16-inch steel wheels, power windows, Bluetooth, MP3, CD, AM/FM radio, AUX, USB, SYNC 1 with a 4.2-inch multi-info display, a locking rear differential, cruise control, alarm with perimeter, vehicle movement sensors and so on. The Range-topping Wildtrak is adding the 18-inch alloy wheels, 8-way power driver’s seat, leather heated front seats, front and rear floor mats, ambient lighting, front park assist, rearview camera and more.