2025 Ford Ranger Tremor to Expand Australian Lineup

Jacob Brooke
July 3, 2024
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Ford is set to add a new variant to its Ranger lineup in Australia with the introduction of the Tremor.

This off-road-focused model is based on the mid-grade Sport trim and features a 2.0-litre bi-turbo four-cylinder diesel engine with four-wheel drive.

Government documents indicate that the Ranger Tremor will be the ninth trim grade in the lineup, bringing the total number of combinations of equipment, body styles, engines, transmissions, and drive layouts for the Ranger to 23.

The Ranger was Australia's top-selling vehicle last year.

Specific details for the Australian market are yet to be released, but the Tremor is expected to feature similar off-road equipment and styling enhancements as the New Zealand model.

The version is priced at approximately A$68,214 before on-road costs, suggesting a potential starting price of around $68,000 plus on-road costs.

In New Zealand, the Tremor builds on the Ranger Sport with 17-inch black alloy wheels, 265/70 R17 General Grabber AT3 all-terrain tyres, and Bilstein dampers, increasing ground clearance by 24mm and widening the track by 30mm.

Other features include a black honeycomb-patterned front grille with LED driving lights, a steel bash plate, underbody protection for the engine, transfer case, and fuel tank, two front tow hooks, and a 'long-leg' tubular sports bar.

The exterior also includes Boulder Grey highlights on the wheel-arch flares, bumper accents, mirror caps, door handles, Tremor tub decals, and a tailgate badge.

Optional features include Conquer Grey paint and black Ford oval emblems, along with off-road systems like Trail Turn Assist and Trail Control.

The interior features water-resistant black vinyl seats with grey stitching and orange Tremor embossing, vinyl flooring, grey and black interior highlights, and roof-mounted auxiliary switches.

The Tremor will adopt the four-wheel-drive system from the Wildtrak X and V6 Ranger variants, allowing it to operate in 4WD on sealed surfaces with a 4A (auto) mode.

In New Zealand, the Tremor uses a 2.0-litre bi-turbo engine, producing 150kW/500Nm with Euro 6 emissions certification and requiring AdBlue diesel exhaust additive.

An option to disable the auto engine stop-start technology is available at no extra cost.

Ford Australia has been contacted for comments on the local release and pricing of the Ranger Tremor.

The company has not yet confirmed when the model will be available in showrooms.

Jacob Brooke
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