2019 Ford Ranger Wildtrak Raptor Review & Changes – The Ford Ranger Wildtrak continues to be drifting all around Australia, the Philippines and other areas of the world for some years now. The off-road-prepared Ranger Raptor-lite was just recently spotted testing in Michigan with a little luck an indication that the durable pickup could eventually be sold in this article.
This one was trapped completely undisguised, sporting the Wildtrak logo inside and out. Down Under, the Wildtrak will get larger wheels, a bed liner, much more terrain clearance and some styling adjustments which includes the sports bar (or whatever you contact that buttress point right behind the cabin). Power arises from Ford’s 3.2-liter diesel, but we’d presume we will get something U.S. helpful possibly a four-cylinder, with a little luck a manual and potentially the 2.7-liter V6 EcoBoost.
This can be an ideal center floor in between the standard Ranger and the Raptor Ranger, which, we’ll note, is not confirmed for the U.S. sometimes. However, with the Ranger coming back to our market, we can easily make a great case equally off-road-concentrated versions will likely be.
The fundamental Ford Ranger continues selling in the first quarter of 2019; we wouldn’t count on to check this out right up until later on next year, if.