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Ford Ranger 2009

<p>Toughness minus the roughness</p>
| Apr 7, 2009
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While the new Ford Ranger exudes a distinct sense of style, it does not depart from the tough heritage it has always been known for. Most of this stylishly tough message is delivered via the truck’s massive front: the three-bar grille, the functional twin black vertical nostrils, the extended opening below the bumper line, and large headlamps that wrap around each front corner.
The rest of the front end’s styling cues mesh functionality and stylishness with aplomb. The large opening in the lower front provides a fresh supply of cool air to the TDCi turbocharged engine’s intercooler.
But the real effort in marrying functionality and comfort is felt in its finely-tuned suspension. Ford officials and engineers go so far as to claim that the new Ford Ranger is the only compact truck to prioritize driving dynamics as a core product quality. It features a truck-tough, long-leaf rear suspension with oversized 32mm gas shock absorbers for consistent ride stability and load capacity. The front suspension, is a truck-engineered double-wishbone design with torsion bar springs. Though we wouldn’t go so far as to describe the ride as car-like, in its class and price point, is a comfy ride enough to suite your kolehiyalang girlfriend’s taste.

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