Ford has introduced the minor change versions of the Everest PPV and Ranger pickup truck for the Thai market.
The American auto maker says that the 2.0-liter turbo diesel engine for the two models has been “further engineered with upgrades and comes with Ford 10-Year Driveline Care Program that covers the vehicle’s driveline components to 10 years/150,000 km.”
The engine, which is mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission, is cabable of pumping out an industry-leading 213hp and 500Nm of torque.
The facelift Everest gets a refreshed front grille, “Everest” chrome hood lettering, chrome door handles and side mirrors, plus new alloy wheels.
The Everest is priced from Bt1.299 million to Bt1.799 million.
Meanwhile, the Ranger updates include the following:
- A new trapezoidal front grille on the XL, XL Street, XL+, XLT and Wildtrak variants
- Black alloy wheels and side mirrors on the XL+ Sport, XL Street, XLT and Wildtrak
- Black door handles on the XL+ Sport, XLT and Wildtrak
- New load compartment accessory, Power Roller Shutter (exclusive on the new Ranger Wildtrak)
A new Ranger XL Street variant also made its debut, boasting “elements that convey a sense of pure performance, including athletic stripe graphics designed by Ford design team in Australia who were inspired by Ford Thailand Racing (FTR).”
The Ranger XL Street is equipped with a 2.2-liter turbo diesel engine coupled with a six-speed manual transmission.
Prices of the Ranger pickup are from Bt669,000 to Bt1.265 million (Bt1.699 million for the Ranger Raptor).