Ford Ranger
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Latest Owner Review

Date Reviewed
28 June 2016
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Value
Leonard
2.2 XLT 4x4 (A) (2014)
Bought new, Owned for 1 Year
Fuel Economy: 11.3 km/litre (8.8 L/100 km), Diesel, Mileage: 750 km/month
    - Comfortable ride for a huge sized pick up truck, best in its class.
    - EPAS (Electronic Powered Assisting Steering) is a nice touch for a truck. Giving the much needed maneuverability in city and parking lots.
    - Tuned 2.2 engine gives a better fuel consumption and increased in torque makes the truck feels more responsive than its predecessor.
    - Ample legroom and space on the rear compartment
    - Interior doesn't feel like a work vehicle. Gives ample riding comfort for passengers and driver alike.
    - Sunglasses holder!!
    - Lots of storage compartments, and practicality added to the interior.
    - 2016 minor updates gives a reverse rear camera pre-installed, a big plus for some owners.
    - New facelift gives the Ford Ranger a much meaner look, defining tough with its squarish design exterior and interior.
    - Ample aftermarket modification choices. Be sure to have a fat wallet / bank account if you are looking to mean up your truck.
    - Stock tires (Bridgestone Dueler H/T) have soft side wall that is prone to punctures and cuts. I got 2 puncture within 4 months of ownership.
    - Truck bed hooks are made out of ABS Plastic. Would prefer of its steel or metal. Just a personal taste.
    - Default side step is too narrow and lack of grip when it comes to wet season. Prone to misstep and falling. Wildtrak have a much broader side step.
    - The removal of rear under seat storage compartment lock and cover is quite a disappointment.
    - The removal of the hood insulant is a big minus to faster fade to car paint and is a little noiser at idle.
    - Horrendous servicing experience at SDAC service center.
To improve
- Make a standard side step based on what is provided in the Wildtrak variant.
- All Terrain tires should be considered the stock tires.
- Put back the rear under seat compartment cover and lock feature as well as the hood insulant for better heat dissipation.
- Nothing much can be done to improve SDAC service center but would love to see a reform of the service center with more honest service advisor and managers.
Yes, I would recommend this car

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