Ford has promised mega show from its caller Ranger Raptor – thing we wanted to enactment to the test.
Simply enough, we grabbed the VBox and deed the resistance portion successful the Raptor arsenic good arsenic the V6 and four-cylinder diesel models successful Wildtrak trim.
We besides did immoderate much show tests connected the Raptor, managing a bloody speedy 5.8 2nd dash to 100km/h erstwhile it dried out.
This is the latest trial successful a moving series: We’ve already put assorted Rangers connected a dyno, tested the Ranger V6 diesel against a Volkswagen Amarok V6, and raced the Ranger V6 diesel against the bi-turbo four-cylinder option.
Tests conducted successful this video
- Sound test: Filmed from down the car, playing with immoderate disposable thrust modes
- Drag race: All 3 successful a row, each utilizing the fastest thrust modes, 4WD and stableness power settings arsenic tested
- Performance tests for Raptor: Using assorted modes, Baja was quickest. Standing 4th mile, 1/8 mile, and 0-100km/h tests
Ford Ranger Raptor cardinal specifications
Power successful the caller Ranger Raptor comes from a 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged petrol V6 making 292kW and 583Nm, sent to each 4 wheels done a full-time four-wheel thrust strategy and 10-speed automatic.
Its power-to-weight fig is 120.6kW per tonne.
Ford Ranger Wildtrak V6 cardinal specifications
The Ranger’s 3.0-litre V6 turbo-diesel engine, a mentation of which has antecedently seen usage successful the US-market F-150, produces 184kW of highest powerfulness and 600Nm of torque, from conscionable 1750rpm.
Again, torque is sent to each 4 wheels done a full-time four-wheel thrust strategy and 10-speed automatic.
Its power-to-weight fig is 78.8kW per tonne.
Ford Ranger Wildtrak 4-cylinder cardinal specifications
The Wildtrak’s cheaper 2.0-litre bi-turbo four-cylinder diesel enactment makes 154kW and 500Nm, again with a 10-speed automatic, but with much accepted part-time 4×4 strategy that defaults to rear-wheel thrust connected tarmac.
Its power-to-weight fig is 67.6kW per tonne.
|1/4 mile||14.3s @ 157.8km/h|
|1/8 mile||9.3s @ 128.6km/h|