Ford Ranger Thunder storms onto UK market | New Release - Car News May 2020

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17:37 Thursday 21 May 2020

A limited-edition version of Ford’s best-selling Ranger pick-up is now available to order.

Limited to 1,400 UK examples, the Ford Ranger Thunder is priced from £32,965 excl. VAT will be with customers from later on this summer.

Based on the high spec Ranger Wildtrak, the Thunder boasts a 2.0-litre EcoBlue bi-turbo diesel engine, 10-speed automatic gearbox, and four-wheel drive.  This powertrain delivers up to 36.2mpg and CO2 emissions from 205g/km.

The Ranger Thunder’s individual styling includes Sea Grey paintwork with bold red highlights on the grille and sports hoop, with three-dimensional-effect Thunder on the doors and tailgate.  The Ranger Thunder also gains exclusive 18-inch black alloy wheels and Ebony Black highlights on the front grille, rear bumper, skid plates, fog light surrounds, load bay sports hoop, and door handles.  LED headlights with darkened bezels are standard, while a black Mountain Top powder-coated roller shutter with bedliner divider is available as an optional extra.  The interior features Ebony leather seats with red embroidery and matching stitching on the steering wheel, seats, instrument panel and key touch points.

The new Ford Ranger Thunder is available to order now.


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