For example, the150PS/110kW 2.2-litre 4 cylinder engine delivers up to 375 Nm of torque and a frugal fuel economy figure of 8.69.7-litres/100km (combined cycle). While the 200PS 3.2 litre TDCi (diesel) offers up to 470Nm of torque.
The higher-powered engines use a Variable Geometry Turbocharger (VGT), which controls the amount of power and torque produced. It improves starting and gives you class-leading torque at low speeds, even without touching the accelerator – minimising fuel consumption and emissions.
In fact, all the new engines meet the stringent European Stage V emissions standards. The Ranger’s new engines are more efficient, as well as more powerful. And the vehicle’s driving dynamics mean it’s agile and surefooted, whatever the surface. All in all, the vehicle offers the complete performance package.