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Ford Re-write History by Incorporating Customers in Design of New Ranger Features

For the first time in the history of Ford Ranger, customers will have the final say into what features they want to be added to the versatile bakkie. The Ford motor company has taken the slogan of "Customer is the king" to the next level, in designing the next generation of the Ford Ranger. Many of the new feature where demanded by customers, and the results are amazing.

The 2022 Ford Ranger which will debut South Africa in the second or third quarter, will be ideal for work and play. Some of the new features wanted by customers are the rear load box access step. This is the first of its kind in the market and it will make climbing up into the cargo box much easier. The load box will also have a light, so you don't have to use torche or cellphone when loading or offloading at night.

The killer feature in the new Ford Ranger are in the load box. Customers will be spoiled with the power socket in the load box. This power box will be compatible with many electronic appliances. Tub mounted tie down points and functuonal bed liner devider have been added to the list.


The tailgate work surface is designed to help owners with professional or DIY jobs. Two clamp pockets concealed by spring-loaded caps in the tailgate are designed to help secure timber or other project materials, while a built-in ruler with 10mm increments (on models not fitted with a drop-in bed liner) makes measuring convenient.

What about having a space for an auxiliary battery under the bonnet? The new Ford Ranger will have a space for the auxiliary battery meaning customers can add more music and electronics. With a combination of the headlights, puddle lamps, numberplate lamps and box lighting can be set to illuminate a 360-degree area around the truck, or in specific areas.

This is a killer bakkie with moder features and surely the blue oval loving customers can't wait!

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