2019 Ford Ranger Raptor Prospects Raised With Diesel Offering!

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There have been a lot of talks claiming that the US-bound Ford Ranger Raptor will rely on a turbocharged diesel powertrain. Even Ford has refused to deny this possibility and this has left many excited to see what the diesel-powered pickup truck will have to offer.

Well, we can get a better idea of it today because the global Ford Ranger Raptor had just made its debut and it runs on a turbocharged diesel mill. The engine is a 2L twin-turbo 4-cylinder diesel unit that is tuned to offer 156kW and 500Nm of torque.

With so much torque to offer, the Ranger Raptor can offer some serious off-road performance and it can also impress on high-speed driving at normal roads.

Power is managed by the new 10-speed automatic gearbox and the outcome of it all certainly looks like a midsized pickup truck that is ready to set the US market ablaze. Will this be the outcome for the Ranger Raptor in the local scene?

1 Comment

  1. steve mccormick

    February 12, 2018 at 6:55 pm

    Ford you keep us in suspense regarding the “new” Ranger and then introduce a “new” Ranger you have been building for 3 years in other countries. You then produce the Ranger Raptor and sell it oversea’s and tell us it “may” come to the USA. I don’t know who Ford’s public relations director is but I think I’d “introduce” him oversea’s and keep him there. Can you imagine Henry Ford treating the American car buyer this way ? I think not. Your better than this Ford….I hope.