Prices of the Ford Ranger have been increased effective July 1. Prices are up by RM2,350 across the board for five variants (2.2L Manual 4×4 XLT, 2.2L Automatic 4×4 XLT, 3.2L Manual 4×4 XLT, 3.2L Automatic 4×4 XLT and 3.2L Automatic 4×4 Wildtrak) except the base 2.2L Manual 4×4 XL, which price remains unchanged.
With the increase, on-the-road excluding insurance prices are RM104,618 for the 2.2L Manual 4×4 XLT, RM112,038 for the 2.2L Automatic 4×4 XLT, RM114,158 for the 3.2L Manual 4×4 XLT, RM121,588 for the 3.2L Automatic 4×4 XLT and RM139,838 for the 3.2L Automatic 4×4 Wildtrak. The entry-level 2.2L Manual 4×4 XL is priced at RM91,588.
This price increase comes very soon after the previous round of price hikes, in early May, which saw numbers balloon by less than RM1,000 for the range and RM5,300 for the bells-and-whistles Wildtrak. Now, the range-topper is priced close to RM140k, which is unprecedented for a pick-up truck here. The Ranger is a CBU import from Thailand.
The facelifted Ford Ranger T6 was launched locally in October 2015, half a year after it made its world debut at the 2015 Bangkok Motor Show in March. A revised nose, all-new dashboard and updated engines head the changes for the five-star ASEAN NCAP-rated truck.
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