Ford's re-entry into the midsize truck market excited fans and offered Ford consumers a substitute for the ever-growing F-150. Early indicators counsel the brand new Ranger has been a worthwhile transfer, with sturdy preliminary gross sales and loads of hype surrounding the long-awaited pickup. The Ranger will be had in lots of colours and several other trims, however there is a new possibility bundle on the block that not solely makes the pickup look higher, but it surely additionally prices lower than including the components individually: it is referred to as the Black Look Package deal.
The worth of the looks bundle is $1,995 and it provides a slew of blacked out items for that comparatively reasonably priced value. It features a black-painted grille, physique coloured bumpers, excessive gloss 18-inch wheels, black operating boards, a spray-in bedliner, black fender vent surrounds, black mirrors, black sill plates, a black bash plate on FX4 fashions, and a black decrease valance.
“Like the remainder of their gear, Ranger clients are selecting the choice that most closely fits their adventures,” mentioned Todd Eckert, Ford truck group advertising and marketing supervisor. “Having the proper gear issues and so does the proper look. The Black Look Package deal provides aggressive type to the adventures our clients embark on.”
Followers of Ford's construct and worth instrument will shortly acknowledge that not solely does this Black Look Package deal add plenty of black parts, but it surely's additionally inexpensive than including them individually, assuming you need them in black.
With out the Black Look Package deal, the improve to 18-inch wheels on the Ranger is $895. Working boards on the brand new Ranger are a $635 funding. The spray-in bedliner is $495. Simply including these parts up, the overall is $2,025. The 18-inch wheels additionally require a selected possibility bundle to start with, additionally growing the value.
Those that are fascinated about ordering the brand new look bundle can accomplish that right now, with deliveries slated for early summer time.
Ford's U.S.-spec of the Ranger, together with the upcoming Bronco, is constructed on the Michigan Meeting Plant in Wayne, Michigan.