Ford Malaysia has revised the 2016 Ford Ranger line-up’s prices, with increases by as much as RM5,300 compared to the initial launch prices from October last year. Save for the base 2.2 XL variant (still at RM91,588), the rest of the range have gone up.
The Ranger 2.2 XLT manual is now priced at RM102,268 (previously RM101,388, a RM880 increase), while the 2.2 XLT automatic variant costs RM109,688 (from RM108,788, up RM900). Similarly, the 3.2 XLT manual goes for RM111,808 (from RM110,888, up RM920), while the automatic model is listed at RM119,238 (from RM118,388, up RM850).
At the same time, it is also announced that all Ranger XLT variants now come standard with a factory-fitted rear-view camera. The camera works with the the 4.2-inch SYNC screen and the rear-park assist function.
Meanwhile, the top-of-the-range Ford Ranger 3.2 Wildtrak automatic variant sees the highest increase, with no changes to its specifications. Previously priced at RM132,188, the Wildtrak now costs RM137,488, which is RM5,300 more than before. All prices here are on-the-road figures, excluding insurance.
GALLERY: Ford Ranger 3.2 Wildtrak