Ford’s latest Ranger isn’t a full-blood Raptor… But it might be better.
It looks the same. It feels the same. But despite the Ford Ranger XLT 4x2 Hi-Rider being cheaper, lighter and less complex than its 4x4 sibling, no-one is buying it. James finds out why...
It's easy to forget that the Ford Ranger is based on a nearly decade-old platform. Is it still the darling of the 4x4 ute segment?
We head to the great Aussie Outback in search of a hidden gem.
The ever-growing list of Ford's most popular model gains another option, with blackout styling and a refreshed interior.
Extra gear and extra value in this new middle-range specification. What's not to like?
Keeping alive the tradition of ‘no replacement for displacement’, Ford’s 3.2-litre Ranger Wildtrak hangs around to cater to the needs of buyers that don’t like the sound of relying on a 2.0-litre engine to do the heavy lifting.
Aussies don’t like small engines – at least not in big, tough work utes – so is the new 2.0-litre Ford Ranger hammering the nails in its own coffin? Not just yet it seems.
Big wheels, big shocks, big wheel track and big presence. Too bad the engine's a tad underdone.
I consider myself in a very lucky position to be jumping into a fair number of vehicles every week working at CarAdvice. You soon learn that first impressions are pretty important, and the relationship you have with a car can take a few different twists and turns during the experience. Some cars can be naturally exciting and engaging, while others feel more pedestrian...
Welcome to the inaugural CarAdvice Winners Circle, our debut annual award program showcasing our editorial team’s motoring highlight releases of the year. After some long and hard consideration of the pros and cons of more traditional award formats, it was ultimately reader and car industry feedback – through surveys, garage day chats and even a focus group – that moulded exactly the form Winners Circle would take...