Ford Introduces Off-Road Focused All-New Ranger Wildtrak X

Jacob Brooke
March 24, 2023

Ford has announced the addition of the off-road-centric Wildtrak X to its Ranger lineup, set to arrive in Australian showrooms in the second half of the year. The Wildtrak X aims to bridge the gap between the high-performance Ranger Raptor and the recreation-oriented Wildtrak, with a recommended Manufacturer List Price (MLP) of $75,990.

Ranger Wildtrak X Front

Key features of the Ranger Wildtrak X:

  • Wider track and increased ground clearance
  • Trail Control, Trail Turn Assist, and upgraded Bilstein Position-Sensitive Dampers
  • Ford’s Flexible Rack System for easier cargo management
  • New off-road grille, Matrix LED headlamps with auxiliary LEDs, B&O premium audio system, and 12.4-inch digital cluster
  • Full-time 4WD system on the 2.0L Bi-Turbo Diesel variant
  • 3500kg towing capacity remains unchanged
Ranger Wildtrak X Rear

The Wildtrak X comes with a range of features that enhance its off-road capabilities, including suspension improvements, Bilstein Position-Sensitive Dampers, and General Grabber AT3 all-terrain tires. The vehicle also includes advanced off-road technologies like Trail Control, Trail Turn Assist, and Rock Crawl mode.'

Ranger Wildtrak X Seats

Exclusive to the Wildtrak X is the Cyber Orange6 color, a new off-road grille design, steel bash plate, cast aluminum side steps, and Wildtrak X badges. The interior boasts leather-accented seats with Miko® suede, Terra suede trim, and Cyber Orange contrast stitching.

Ranger Wildtrak X Side Steps

The Wildtrak X is powered by Ford’s 2.0-Litre Bi-Turbo inline four-cylinder diesel engine, producing 150kW/500Nm, and paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission. The vehicle meets the Light Duty Truck EU Stage 6 emissions level and requires the use of AdBlue

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Jacob Brooke
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