Mid-trim Ranger double-cab 4x4 is an FX4
Ford has a revealed new special edition Ranger bakkie, in right-hand drive. This new double-cab revives the FX4 nameplate, which will be familiar to South African followers of... Read More
Hopefully, these upgrades are coming to local Rangers soon...
Ford has responded to customer feedback from Australian bakkie buyers and will execute some small upgrades to the facelifted Ranger.
With the... Read More
FX2 is the Ranger for those who don't always need a front differential but venture into testing terrain.
Ford’s reintroduction of the Ranger bakkie to its home market has been met with strong approval... Read More
The Ford Ranger Raptor has been on sale in South Africa for years. Well, that's not true, but if you looked at the average Ranger on our roads, you might be fooled into thinking so.
South African bakkie... Read More
If there was one easy criticism of the Ford Ranger Raptor, it would be the choice of a diesel powertrain. Petrolheads are craving authentic muscle and it appears that Hennessey Performance has the solution.
While we... Read More
While many aspiring high-end bakkie buyers are keenly interested in the updated bi-turbo Ford Ranger Wildtrak (which is priced just shy of R700k), perhaps the single-turbo Ranger 2.0 4x4 XLT automatic (priced below... Read More
Over and above the introductions of an updated exterior appearance and a new 2.0-litre Bi-Turbo engine mated with a 10-speed automatic transmission, the Ford Ranger 2.0 bi-turbo double-cab 4x4 Wildtrak auto offers a... Read More