Rangers radio returns at 2:05 p.m. Saturday without Eric Nadel in the catbird seat. Seems privileges are extended when you are a Baseball Hall of Fame Ford Frick Award winner for broadcasting excellence and set to start your 40th season in the booth. Show More Summary
The other day, we learned of Ford’s new Ranger Raptor, a machine unveiled in Thailand with only the slightest of indications it may be sold in America. To not do so would be asinine in this author’s opinion, given the F-150 Raptor’sShow More Summary
Engineers are out testing prototypes for an updated Cadillac XT5. Expect some styling tweaks inspired by 2016's Escala concept, as well as the addition of more powertrain options. A senior Nissan executive has revealed the automaker is studying the possibility of launching a rival to the Ford Ranger Raptor. The basis would be the global NP300...
Ford has just launched a Ranger Raptor. It's powered by a diesel engine and only offered overseas, though there are strong hints we'll eventually see it here, and with a gasoline engine in tow. The excitement surrounding the vehicle hasn't gone unnoticed at Nissan, which will study the possibility of launching a Ranger Raptor rival based on its...
The compact diesel truck market is about to expand. Continue reading Diesel-powered 2019 Ford Ranger Wildtrak caught testing in Michigan; could it come to America? Diesel-powered 2019 Ford Ranger Wildtrak caught testing in Michigan; could it come to America? originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 20 Feb 2018 14:10:00 EST. Show More Summary
Ford’s tough new Ranger Raptor has some hard yards ahead of it, if our latest poll is anything to go by. Revealed earlier this month, the Raptor debuts as the new hero model in Ford’s popular Ranger line-up, more than two years after we first spied an early prototype in local testing. The Raptor benefits […]
Make my day, Ford. Continue reading Sure, the Ranger Raptor is cool, but what I really want is a Ranger ST Sure, the Ranger Raptor is cool, but what I really want is a Ranger ST originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 16 Feb 2018 16:47:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
An awesome R/C recreation of the 1979 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT. This picture-perfect 20.57? long replica of the off-roader is built on Traxxas‘ impressive TRX-4 4×4 chassis, with huge suspension travel, portal axles, and massive trail-rated tires. We love the sunset decals.
With Mandy Turner this week is Paul Maric and Mike Costello. In car news, Ford Mustang pricing and specs have been released, a Toyota Supra racer is headed for the Geneva motor show, Ford says focusing on the Ranger Raptor’s cylinder count is “missing the point”, and Holden launches an online sales pilot. Meanwhile, the Mercedes-AMG G63 and […]
Ford’s 2019 Ranger might be new to the U.S., but the model’s uninterrupted existence in overseas markets means those customers get first dibs on the brawny Raptor variant. This assumes North Americans eventually get their hands on the wide-track, off-road Ranger model, and it’s a reasonable assumption. Show More Summary
While the Ranger still trails the Toyota Hilux in overall sales, Ford will be hoping the all-new Raptor will help it pull further ahead of its Toyota rival in 4×4 sales. Last month, Ford sold 2892 4×4 Rangers – 12 more than Toyota sold 4×4 HiLuxes – for a 23.7 per cent share of the […]
What would the Ranger Raptor be like with a V6? To ask that question is to miss the point – at least according to Ford. The Ranger Raptor will arrive with a 2.0-litre twin-turbo diesel under the bonnet, mated with a 10-speed automatic. With the boost from sequential turbos, the Raptor makes 157kW and 500Nm […]
More 2006 Ford Ranger and Mazda B-Series trucks are now under a rare stop-driving recall, with federal regulators urging owners to tow the vehicles to dealers to have Takata airbag inflators repl...
Two deaths are attributed to Takata inflators made on the same day Continue reading Ford expands 'Do Not Drive' airbag warning to 33,000 more Ranger trucks Ford expands 'Do Not Drive' airbag warning to 33,000 more Ranger trucks originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 12 Feb 2018 20:05:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
More than 33,000 2006 Ford Ranger and Mazda B-series pickups are affected by this latest expansion of the Takata airbag recall.
In a most fortuitous case of hand-me-down engineering, Ford has bestowed the F-150 Raptor's excellent 10-speed on its scrappy little brother, the Ranger Raptor.
Ford and Mazda are adding more than 35,000 pickup trucks in North America to a list of vehicles that should not be driven because they have Takata air bag inflators with a high risk of exploding. The warning includes 33,428 Ranger and 1,955 Mazda B-Series small pickups from the 2006 model year....
After alerting drivers of nearly 3,000 2006 Ranger pickups last month, Ford Motor Company wants the owners of another 33,428 trucks to stop driving their vehicle, get out, and walk away. The vehicles involved in this latest “stop driving”...Show More Summary
Ford and safety regulators are telling more than 30,000 Ranger pickup truck owners not to drive.
Ford is telling the owners of 2006 Ranger pickups in America not to drive them because their Takata air bag inflators may present an extreme danger.