You may not tackle these extreme conditions on a day-to-day basis, but they’re the best way to demonstrate the full extent of All-New Ranger’s load and control capabilities.
A full tonne of cement bags in the back. Soft sand dunes ahead. A true test of Ranger’s power and control.
Towing around 2.5 tonnes of an older model Ranger and trailer, the All-New Ranger 4x4 XLT Double Cab climbs 623 metres in just 7.3kms, testing control and torque at altitude.
To ensure the All-New Ranger delivers optimal towing performance at any altitude, we towed a maximum load up a 2,000 foot climb over six miles at high altitude.
We’ve thrown All-New Ranger into all types of test conditions. But what happens when people put it to the test in the real world, tackling situations in everyday life?
No discernible tracks, washouts and a river that no vehicle has managed to cross in two years. Just another day at work for fish biologist, Terry.
Shaun, a pig farmer whose ability to crush cars is legendary, drives an average of 1500kms a week, towing horse floats and carrying pig feed.