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Ford ranger super cab
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Ford ranger super cab

FORD RANGER SUPER CAB

Tough, capable, and ready to work. Ranger Super Cab’s second row of seats means you can carry two additional passengers. That’s perfect for when you need an extra pair of hands on site. While not compromising on the load space, the Ranger Super Cab still offers an impressive load box length of 1,847mm (at the floor without a bedliner). And there’s a reason the Ford Ranger is Europe's best-selling pick-up truck. With an exceptional 1-tonne carrying ability, capable of towing up to 3,500 kg, plus a formidable range of engines, and rugged off-road capability: Ranger Super Cab makes your work life easie
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Key features

FORD ECOBLUE DIESEL ENGINES
Featuring a range of next generation 2.0-litre Ford EcoBlue diesel engines, the new Ranger is more powerful, more efficient and has lower emissions than ever before. With three powertrains available, offering up to 213 PS of horsepower and 500 Nm of torque, you’re guaranteed to find the one for you.
SECOND ROW SEATS
The Ranger Super Cab pick-up features a second row of seats, which allows you to carry two additional passengers when you need to. While still offering an impressive load box length of 1,847mm (at the floor without a bedliner) so you can carry plenty in the back of the Ranger Super Cab.
ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL
With Adaptive Cruise Control technology, you choose the speed you want to drive at and the system will maintain it. If the built-in RADAR sensor detects a vehicle ahead, it will slow your Ranger Super Cab to maintain a pre-set distance. Once the road in front is clear, the system will accelerate to your chosen speed.
TRACTION CONTROL SYSTEM
An advanced Traction Control System eliminates excessive wheelspin and gives you the best possible grip, performance and stability, just when you need it most. The system constantly monitors and adjusts the power delivered to the vehicle’s individual wheels ensuring maximum contact and grip when you’re accelerating.