Ford Ranger Limited

Out of the four standard trim levels, the Ford Ranger Limited spec sits second-highest; slightly above the XLT but below the flagship Wildtrak trim. Priced from £25,295 plus VAT, the Ford Ranger Limited represents good value for money as its over £3,000 cheaper than the Wildtrak with relatively little different in spec.

Configurations

Ford Ranger interior

Ford Ranger interior

Unlike the Wildtrak, the Limited is available with a choice of engines and body styles. Customers have the chance to choose between the more fuel-efficient 2.2-litre Duratorq (producing 159bhp/385Nm and returning up to 43.5mpg) or the powerful 3.2-litre Duratorq (producing up to 197bhp/470Nm and returning up to 33.8 mpg), and the choice between the Super or Double Cab.

Ford Ranger Limited spec

Ford Ranger Limited UK specs

Ford Ranger Limited UK specs

The Ford Ranger Limited includes all of the features on the XLT; cruise control, bed liner, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, chrome finish on door mirrors and handles and electric windows, but a lot of kit that also kicks in at the Limited level.

This includes leather seats with carpet flooring, heated front seats with an 8-way electrically-adjustable driver’s seat (double cabs only), chrome sports bar, dual-zone climate control, rear parking sensors, rear privacy glass, 12v socket in load area (double cab only) and 17-inch alloy wheels.

Infotainment is provided by a DAB radio system with an integrated CD player and an 8-inch TFT touchscreen display. It also includes SYNC 3 with voice control, steering wheel-mounted controls, Bluetooth, USB connectivity, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, AppLink and Emergency Assistance.

Ford Ranger Limited Price

Ford Ranger UK prices

Ford Ranger UK prices

Prices start from a very reasonable £25,295 plus VAT for the 2.2TDCi Super Cab. This rises to £26,095 plus VAT for the double cab and £26,895 plus VAT for the 3.2TDCi. The Ford Ranger comes with a 3 year, 60,000 mile warranty – which is rather poor given that most manufacturers are at least offering a 5 year, 100,000 mile warranty now – and the service intervals are set two years or 18,000 miles.

Ford Ranger Limited

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- Liam Campbell is an award-winning journalist with a Masters degree in Automotive Journalism from Coventry University. Growing up on a farm and learning to drive in a Mark 1 Range Rover (his left thigh is still twice as big as his right), Liam likes to think he knows a thing or two about commercial 4x4s. Previously, he was the Van Editor at Parkers and resident pickup expert at Car Magazine, before taking up the post of Editor at Professional Pickup & 4x4. Follow him on Twitter https://twitter.com/maxximum_load

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