Ford has several different Ranger prototypes out and about testing.
After catching the FX4 model testing last week, spy photographers have now managed to snap photos of the XLT trim playing in the snow. Up until now, we have only seen the XLT wearing a mule front end, but this time it’s in production form confirming that the XLT will get its own unique grille
. It’s unclear what powerplants will be offered on the new Ranger, but the current XLT in other markets can be fitted with a 3.2-liter diesel
engine that’s also found in the Transit.
Expect to see the Ford Ranger to offer a number of configurations to better compete with the Chevrolet
Colorado and GMC