Today we will discover the advantages and disadvantages of the facelifted 2020 Ford Ranger pickup in this episode of Test Drive with Karim Deeb, as we will be testing the new diesel engine version.
As ArabGT fans know, our team has previously driven the Ford Ranger pickup truck over very long distances in various terrains in the first and second seasons of the Exploration Journey Program in Saudi Arabia.
Just as a reminder, this is the fourth generation of the Range which started in 2011, received a facelift as a 2015 model, and then it got a second facelift in 2019, which we are testing in today’s episode.
Watch today’s video to learn about the updates that the 2020 Ford Ranger got:
Karim said in today’s episode that the Ranger pickup truck has benefited from Ford’s long experience in producing pick-up vehicles, namely the Ford F-Series.
Available trim-levels of Ford Ranger:
- Ranger XL.
- Ford Ranger XLS (seen in today’s episode)
- Ranger XLT
- Ranger Wildtrak
The single cab Ford Ranger is available as a standard version with a petrol engine only, and today we are test-driving the double cab Ranger
This truck towing capability can reach 3.5 tons, and it can carry up to 1,425 kg in the cargo bed (approximately 1.5 tons).
Engine options available on the 2020 Ford Ranger pickup:
- A turbocharged 2.2-liter 4-cylinder diesel engine that generates 150 horsepower and 375 Nm of torque, and is connected to a 6-speed automatic gearbox. We test-drove it in today’s episode.
- A 3.2-liter 5-cylinder diesel engine that generates 200 hp and 470 Nm of torque, communicates, and is connected to the same gearbox.
- A 2.5-liter 4-cylinder petrol engine that generates a power of 163 hp and 226 Nm of torque, and is connected to a 5-speed manual gearbox.
The price of the 2020 Ranger with 2.2L diesel engine starts from 25,500 USD, which equals 93,650 AED or 95,620 SAR, and reaches 28,400 USD, equivalent to 104,300 AED or 106,500 SAR.
The price of the new Ranger with gasoline engines starts from 19,160 USD, equivalent to 70,400 AED or 71,880 SAR, and can reach up to 24,270 USD, equivalent to 89,150 AED or 91,030 SAR.
At the end of the episode, Karim reminded you of launching Sayarti website, which is dedicated to buying and selling all kinds of cars in all Arab countries for free.