I don’t understand why but Ford saw it fit to discontinue the Ford Ranger in the U.S.A. However, the automaker still offers the model in other markets across the globe. In fact, the Ranger is quite a hit in other markets. One such market is Australia where the model is so popular that after-market tuning shops are making a killing out of selling after-market parts for the truck. I would have never grasped the real extent of Australian’s love for the Ford Ranger were it not for an attractive advert promising to offer enthusiasts all sorts of customization. According to the advert the, the dealership would customize the truck according to their desires and present customized 2017 Ford Ranger. A customer can get whatever he/she (mostly he) deserves, be ranging from extra performance, wild exterior to a completely new interior; well, that is as long as you can pay.
The advert brings to light the fast-growing after-market automobile customization culture in Australia. Truck enthusiasts in Australia are becoming more sophisticated, perhaps inspired by their American counterparts whose love for after-market truck tuning is unrivaled. Read along to find more about this stunning offer:
As said above, the 2017 Ford Ranger is available in all possible modifications. The photos of the model on the advert is a real testament of the lengths the dealership is promising to go to satisfy its customers. The photos reveal a model wearing a very aggressive round bar and 20 rollers. The model also features modified bumpers (both front and rear). Other available customizations include a differential drop kit, a 4.0-inch lift, LED light accents, electric side steps as well as a tailgate cover. Well, if you love the automaker’s all-famous stags, you can have your truck with a Mustang badge.
All the extra equipment is of high quality. The dealership gets most of its after-market tuning equipment from M-Sport Ltd, the automaker’s World Rally Championship partner. This is a good thing because M-Sport Ltd has a reputation of making enduring and high-performing vehicles. This is the same reputation that enthusiasts seek to add onto their trucks. This is a nice touch on the part of the dealership engaged in this endeavor.
Customized 2017 Ford Ranger from Australia – Mechanical upgrades
Although the dealership does not offer a new engine setup for the pick-up, they are an array of mechanical changes on offer to enhance the model’s 3.2 L, inline-5 diesel power-plant performance. The unit is also still paired to a 6-speed automatic gearbox. The new mechanical upgrades include the addition of a performance chip. An HKS exhaust setup is also on offer; this setup adds a beefier roar to the truck, a feature sought by many enthusiasts of performance-oriented trucks.
It is quite impressive to see that other markets are warming up to after-market tuning of trucks, a practice that is largely reserved to enthusiasts in the U.S.A. This makes Australia a promising market for after-market equipment in the near future.
Concerning the Ford Ranger, I believe it was pretty immature for Ford to discontinue it from the American market and I really hope Ford will consider bringing it back.