2022 Ford Ranger all set for November 24 reveal
Updated on September 20 2023
It's difficult to believe that the current-generation Ford Ranger is over a decade old already. Dubbed the T6 generation, it was first revealed in Australia in October 2010 and launched in the Philippines in 2012. Over the years, there have been several facelifts and updates, but the model has had to fight newer competition in recent years.
Which is why now is a good time for Ford to reveal the next-generation Ranger. The American automaker has announced its global debut date. Ladies and gentlemen, set your calendars for November 24, 2021. By that time, we'll finally see the all-new Ranger inside and out. We'll also see the specification sheet as well, which is something we're looking forward to as well.
Recently, the redesigned Ranger was spied in Thailand wearing light camouflage. This gives us a much clearer view of its design details. At the front, there are C-shaped headlights that makes it look more like a baby F-150, along with some cues from the compact Maverick pick-up. The grille in this one also makes it look even larger than the already sizable current generation Ranger. Speaking of sizable, the fenders are more emphasized than the outgoing model.
Based on the previous report, it seems that there will be three to four variants available. From the spy photos we also see the wheel designs of what could be the XLT, Wildtrak, and Limited. As for the engines, we could expect the tried-and-tested 2.2-liter TDCI, 2.0-liter EcoBlue, and 2.0-liter BiTurbo EcoBlue.
We'll have to wait until November 24 to see the full specifications. Either way, expectations are high for this model since the outgoing model was rated best-in-class for many years. With that in mind, the current model is still a solid buy. They're even better value when you look for them in the used car market. If you're looking for a second-hand Ranger, check out our stocks at our website, Automart.PH. We have a wide variety on offer so give us a call and book an appointment today.