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Discussion in 'Ranger Raptor' started by SID297, Sep 22, 2017.
But the majority? I doubt it. They are mostly used as DD/tow/workhorses etc.
I never said Majority. You said 'None', I pointed out an example here on this site, as well as my own.
How many Lightnings do you think went to the drag strip every day?
Not sure. But I'd be willing to bet more people drag race/road race with their $35k Lightning, than people actually off-roading with their $65k Raptor. (Not leisurely driving down an unpaved road)
My L mostly holds down the concrete in my garage.
Hmmm... I'd like to take a shot at what they call it.
Ranger DR (desert runner)
Is that the undercarriage option from Mike's Car Wash?
Word is that the Ranger will have a Diesel option, which is pretty sweet.
I wonder when we will hear more about it?
They announced the Ranger at NAIAS last year, I wouldn't be surprised if we saw a prototype this year.
It seems that not many people know that the Ranger has been in production overseas this whole time, and yes it's offered with a diesel, and yes there's a model that is a tamed European version of a "Raptor" but it's called the "WildTrak." All that Ford U.S. will do is carry over cues from the production Ranger for the "new" American version. Do I believe it will be better than its Colorado/Canyon/Tacoma/etc. competitors? Absolutely.
Did a quick search for Ranger WildTrak. FAR too mild mannered for what the market is looking for. I want to see something that can legitimately compete with the Colorado ZR2. I want wide-body fenders, outlandish hood ventilation, O/R light mounting points, and knobby BFGoodrich All Terrain T/A KO2 tires. Make it wild.