Ford Vietnam launches new versions of Ranger, Everest

Friday, Feb 14, 2020 18:17

The 2020 Ford Ranger. — Photo Courtesy of Ford Vietnam

Ford has introduced new versions of the Ranger and Everest in Viet Nam with significant changes in both exterior design and technological features.

The US company has also launched the Ranger Limited at VND799 million (US$35,000).

“The Ranger still maintains its leading position in Viet Nam,” Pham Van Dung, general director of Ford Vietnam, said.

“Nearly 80,000 Ford Rangers are serving Vietnamese customers and the new generation Ford Everest is increasingly popular for its capabilities and design. I believe that the 2020 updated version of these products will bring more value to Vietnamese customers.”

The Ranger Limited is equipped with a 2.0L single-turbo engine that delivers 180 horsepower and an impressive 420Nm of torque. Combined with four-wheel-drive and 10-speed automatic transmission, they enable the vehicle to deliver excellent performance without compromising on fuel economy.

It shares many interior features with the high-end Wildtrak such as smart key, start/stop button and instrument cluster with dual 4-inch TFT screen. Leather interiors, dual climate A/C and parking camera are standard equipment.

The SYNC 3 infotainment and connectivity system has been updated to version 3.4.

Meanwhile, with a shared global chassis platform, the Everest and Ranger are equipped with a 2.0L turbo or single turbo engine and the Duratorq 2.2L engine, with 10-speed and six-speed automatic gearbox options.

With segment-leading power and torque, the company’s vehicles have excelled in performance as well as fuel efficiency.

Both the Ranger and Everest have received noticeable exterior upgrades, with a switch from HID to full LED headlamp technology contributing to a more elegant and strong styling while helping improve visibility and reduce glare for oncoming traffic.

They are available at Ford’s authorised dealers across Viet Nam. — VNS

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