Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Ford Launches All New Ranger

Before the public was introduced to Thailand at the Bangkok Motor Show, Ford specifically demonstrate the latest products All-New Ford Ranger in Bangkok, Thailand, kapada journalists.

As reported by the journalist detikOto, Mohammed Taufiqurrahman precisely at 11.00 local time, the blanket car cover is opened and seen a vehicle that navy blue, the color typical of Ford.

"We introduce all-new Ranger is scheduled to be manufactured in Thailand," said President Ford ASEAN Peter Fleet at Hotel Shangrila, Thailand, on Tuesday (23/03/2011).

In addition will be produced in Thailand, All New Ranger will also be produced in South Africa and Argentina to be marketed in 180 countries around the world.

Ranger and also the first truck produced by Ford One strategy, which brings together Ford's technical expertise around the world. "In our Thailnad invest $ 350 million Americans," said Peter

The plan, the All New Ford Ranger will be displayed in a premiere at the ASEAN at the International Bangkok Motor Show to-32.

Peter guarantee, after conducting a series of tests overall, the All New Ranger has proven durability and exceptional ability, who supported the advanced technology and fuel efficiency, suitable for the type of vehicle in the 21st century.

All New Ford itself was introduced with two types of engines, diesel and gasoline. Diesel own four-cylinder 2.2 liter capacity, with 375 Nm of maximum torque output and power output of 110 kW (150 PS) and five-cylinder 3.2 liter engine.

For the four-cylinder gasoline engine Ford Duratec 2.5-liter, can generate 226 Nm of torque and power to 122 kW (166 PS).

"For the first time, a certain Ranger diesel model will be provided with automatic transmission or six-speed manual," he explained.

All New Ranger will be raised in two types, namely the 4x2 and 4x4 drivetrain, and two height drive in which the Hi-Rider 4x2 uses the same frame with 4x4 models.

"Every Ranger machine is very competitive among its competitors associated with the consumption of fuel," he said.

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