Ford Ranger FX4 Bi-Turbo

Vehicle Specifications

  • RRP from $56,490 + ORC
  • 2.0L Bi-Turbo Engine
  • 157kW Power
  • 3500kg Braked Towing Capacity

## Ford Ranger FX4 Bi-Turbo

The Ranger FX4 Bi-Turbo brings a host of new – and unique – features to the Ranger, which are apparent from first glance. The Ranger FX4 Bi-Turbo has a unique front mesh grille, finished in Ebony Black, flanked by darkened versions of the Bi-LED High Performance Headlights seen on other Ranger models. The front-end view also brings an Ebony Black lower valence and mirror caps to create a strong FX4 identity.

FX4 18-inch alloy wheels,  continue the black detailing, with black DLO, door handles and front guard fender feature contrasting the striking red ‘FX4’ lower front door and tailgate decals, all with a 3D effect.

Completing the look, the FX4’s tray hosts a protective bed liner and an extended black-finish sports bar, adding a stand-out visual attribute to the Ranger FX4’s load area.


Features

Interior

Refined on the Inside

The FX4 package adds an element of style with redesigned leather-accented seats embossed with the FX4 logo. An Ebony Black soft top instrument panel with tinted graphite accents provides a premium feeling. Race Red stitching used on the FX4’s steering wheel, gear selector, floor mats and cabin features provide an impactful contrast with the darker interior finishes.

Features

Exterior

Tough on the Outside

The Ranger FX4 has a unique identity with a new design mesh grille in Ebony Black, darkened Bi-LED High Performance Lighting System and exclusive 18-inch mesh alloy wheels.

Colour swatch

  • Exterior Paint

    Arctic White

  • Exterior Paint

    Aluminium Silver

  • Exterior Paint

    Meteor Grey

  • Exterior Paint

    Shadow Black

  • Exterior Paint

    True Red

Optional accessory tow bar shown on vehicle throughout this page. NZ specifications will vary, please consult your local Ford dealer for details.

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