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The current Ranger is the third time the nameplate has been reprised by the American automaker Ford. This latest guise made its debut at the 2010 Australian International Motor Show, and encompasses everything a buyer could want from a modern mid-size pick-up truck. Tax exemptions for pick-up trucks have resulted in a market boom in recent years, with manufacturers competing fiercely for custom. For buyers, this has led to a fortunate scenario in which models are fitted with fantastic standard kit without a jump in cost, so latest pick-ups offer car-like cabins as well as genuine load-lugging capacity. Rivals to the Ranger include models like the Mitsubishi L200, Nissan Navara and Toyota Hilux.

The Ranger is available in three distinct bodystyles, comprising Single Cab, extended Super Cab and full-size Double Cab. There is also a three-strong choice of diesel engines, which include a 2.2-litre four-cylinder unit in 129bhp and 158bhp states of tune, as well as a 197bhp 3.2-litre five-cylinder unit. This latter engine sets the benchmark for performance in the UK pick-up market, and when mated to the smooth automatic gearbox will propel the Ranger from 0-62mph in a sprightly 10.6 seconds up to a top speed of 109mph. The 2016 of the Ranger saw improvements across the board for fuel economy, with official figures claiming up to 43.5mpg.

The Ranger is a hugely practical pick-up, with payload ranging between 1,090kg and 1,309kg and a minimum bed length of 1,560mm. Ford offers a huge array of accessories in order to adapt the Ranger to personal requirements, including options like a hard-top cover and load bed liners, while there are also four trim levels to add tech to the cabin. Safety credentials are high, and the Ranger received the full five-star rating when crash tested by Euro NCAP.

The latest Ford Ranger embodies an optimum blend of performance and practicality, with the 2016 updates seeing further improvements across the board. Extensive options available, from body style to cabin features, make the Ranger a great choice to suit virtually any requirement.

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