2019 Ford Ranger Raptor Review

Published on September 29, 2018


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2019 Ford Ranger Raptor Review
Ford has finally revealed the long-awaited Raptor performance version of the all-new Ranger at an event in Thailand. The 2019 Ranger Raptor comes equipped with a twin-turbo diesel inline-four, a 10-speed auto, and a whole bunch of off-road goodies. Sadly for us, Ford stresses that the truck you see here is for the Asia-Pacific market, with no mention of bringing it to North America. The biggest news is the engine. It’s an all new 2.0-liter twin-turbodiesel making 210 horsepower and 369 lb.-ft. of torque. The turbos are sequential, a smaller one for low-RPM boost that gets bypassed when the larger turbo kicks in. The 10-speed automatic is taken from the F-150 Raptor. Towing capacity is 5512 pounds. Outside, the Ranger Raptor basically looks like a mini F-150 Raptor. It has a blocky “FORD” grille, widened fenders, specially designed BF Goodrich all-terrain tires, a skidplate and tow hooks front and rear. Of course, there are specially-built Fox Racing shocks, with an independent front suspension and coil-sprung Watts-link solid rear axle. The inside is lined with Ford Performance accents including bolstered seats with suede inserts, magnesium shift paddles, and an on-center red steering wheel marker.

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