2017 Ford Ranger Handling, Towing Capacity, & Powertrain – Video
The 2.2L TDCi Duratorq diesel engine has proved its performance, strength and dependability in the field and has now been enhanced, offering additional power and economy.
A 2.2L TDCi Duratorq 130PS and 330 Nm of torque is available only on the 4×2 Regular Cab XL.
The 2.2L TDCi Duratorq generates an impressive 160 PS and 385 Nm of torque. Available in 6-speed manual and automatic transmissions (Selected models only).
Need even more power? Then take the 3.2L TDCi Duratorq diesel option, with 200PS and 470 Nm of torque at your command.
Impressive fuel economy and low emissions are delivered from 43.5 mpg (6.5L/100m) and 171 g/km CO2 emissions (160PS 4×4 with 6-speed manual and 3.15 FDR).
The Ford Ranger offers a choice of axles for the manual 160PS 2.2 engine. This allows you to prioritise between fuel economy (3.15 Axle ratio) or towing capability (3.55 Axle ratio).
With a gross payload of over 1 tonne, and 3,500kg towing capability, you can take on the biggest tasks and challenges and carry and tow the biggest, bulkiest loads too.