Ford Ranger FX4 – Special Edition to turn heads

$3,500 extra for a long list of stuff on top of the already awesome XLT

In the battle of the big utes, Toyota may have claimed the top spot in 2016, but the dominance of the HiLux is under continued pressure for a whole new range of vehicles across manufacturers.  Ford is hoping to turn some heads in dealerships and out on the roads with a new special edition Ford Ranger FX4 hitting dealers this month.

Any good “special edition” will carry a host of extras and add ons, often cosmetic, but that’s what lots of folk want – the difference here is Ford isn’t adding features to the base model Ford Ranger, they’re taking the XLT – one of the bests equipped utes on the market, and adding to that.

Big 18 inch alloys, black roof rails, a black bonnet and tailgate, side steps and more.

Ford aren’t mucking about in Australia – sure they factory is closed but the research and development team are here in force with $2 billion invested in the last eight years, $450 million in 2017 alone.

The FX4 is available for $58,915 in manual, $61,115 in auto which is $3,500 over the XLT.

Here’s the full list of extras on top of the XLT (Don’t forget the Ranger now has Sync 3 with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto too!)

  • Larger, Stark Grey Alloy Wheels (18-inch) with New Unique Design
  • Black Roof Rails
  • Black Bonnet and Tailgate Decal Wraps
  • Side Decals with ‘FX4’ Branding
  • Black Sports Bar, Rear Bumper, Side Steps and Door Handles
  • Black Grille (with Unique Design), Fog Lamp Bezels, Exterior Mirrors and Fender Features
  • Leather Accented ‘FX4’ Branded Seats
  • Front and Rear Carpet Mats
  • Black Interior Highlights

You’ll see it in four colours, a White, Silver, Magnetic (Dark Metallic Grey) and Shadow Black.

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