Ford Ranger XL, XLT 2022 launched in Thailand – XLT now with AEB, price

Two months after the launch of Ranger Sport and Wildtrack, Ford has officially announced the launch of Ranger XL and XLT in Thailand. There are 12 variants offered for the XL and XLT lines, ranging in price from 554,000 baht (RM71k) to 943,000 baht (RM121k).

The price includes a five-year or 150,000km factory warranty, as well as free first-class insurance for the first year. According to HeadlightmagThe XL is offered in three body styles – single cab, extended cab and double cab, while the XLT is only available in the extended cab or double cab version.

All models use a 2.0-liter EcoBlu four-cylinder turbodiesel engine, which produces 150 PS at 3,500 rpm and 1,500 – 2,750 rpm to 350 Nm, or 170 PS at 3,500 rpm and 405,2,07,50,50 rpm. By 6 Ford says the engine is compatible with B20 biodiesel, and the 170 PS version is for the XLT line only.

Depending on a five-speed manual, a six-speed manual (both versions share the new MT88 transmission) or a six-speed automatic (6R80) variant, but only automatic for selected XLT models.

More interestingly, even for the most basic 4 × 2 models (including reflector headlights, 16-inch metal rim, paint-free exterior finish and two airbags) it comes with an eight-inch digital instrument panel. 10.1-inch touchscreen display. Inch, complete with 4A SYNC system.

It enables support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as a built-in e-SIM for OTA software updates, WiFi hotspot functionality, as well as remote phone access via the FordPass app. The extended cab model gets four speakers, while the double cab variant gets an upgrade with six airbags and six speakers.

The XLT also gets LED reflector headlights with C-shaped DRL headlights, 17-inch rim, leather-wrapped multi-function steering wheel, rear air conditioning funnel and reversing camera. 4 × 4 variant also comes with it Differential lock Electronic rear as well as terrain management driving mode.

An optional RM5,000 package is also available for XLT customers. It includes ESC with front and rear parking sensors, security system Free wheelClimb start assistance and reverse evacuation, auto high beam, AEB with pedestrian detector, front collision warning and lane maintenance assistance including brake support.

With that, the Ranger lineup in Thailand is complete. The Ranger Raptor has already been launched there, with a 3.0-liter EcoBoost V6 engine. The high-performance pickup sold for 1,869,000 baht, which is about RM234k after the exchange. All these models will arrive in Malaysia soon.

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