The Ford Ranger (T6) Thread

Watched all your videos this weekend and enjoyed the indepth review of the Wildtrak. Gave me a good first taste while I wait for my white one to be built and shipped down here in the next week or so. My build has the 20inch wheels added which I have asked the dealer to swap back to the standard 18's like on yours. At R6k per 20inch tyre, it just doesn't make financial sense to marry myself to them...
Thank you for your support. I can tell you now you are going to be one happy customer. I drove the Everest platinum for a short drive around the block and the V6 is a stonking motor(and quite smooth as well). The 20-inch rims would have looked awesome as the new wheel wells would easily accommodate them. I do personally prefer the 18-inch as I drive a lot of gravel roads and I always feel the bigger rims have a slightly harsher ride. Speaking of which I'll be driving some gravel passes this week.
 
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Pricing announced for Ford Ranger Single Cab and SuperCab models

With Ford’s latest Ranger starting to litter the road in its double cab guise, the manufacturer has just released pricing for the more utilitarian Single Cab and SuperCab models. Here is all there is to know ahead of March; when the models will officially go on sale.

It may have only been locally launched in December, but the Next-Generation Ranger Double Cab models have started making their presence on public roads known. Now, Ford hopes for the same of the Single Cab and SuperCab derivatives of the lineup which are scheduled to go on sale in March. Four Single Cab models have been introduced to cater for workhorse applications, complemented by six SuperCab variants that provide the versatility of an extended cab while still satisfying the need for a large cargo volume. All of this is headlined by the first-ever SuperCab model in the more polished Wildtrak 4×4 specification.

Ford Ranger Single Cab and SuperCab pricing

Single Cab 2.0L SiT XL 4×2 6MT – R464 200

Single Cab 2.0L SiT XL 4×2 6AT – R477 800

Single Cab 2.0L SiT XL 4×4 6MT – R531 300

Single Cab 2.0L SiT XL 4×4 6AT – R545 000

SuperCab 2.0L SiT XL 4×2 6MT – R485 400

SuperCab 2.0L SiT XL 4×2 6AT – R499 900

SuperCab 2.0L SiT XL 4×4 6AT – R542 900

SuperCab 2.0L SiT XLT 4×2 6AT – R547 100

SuperCab 2.0L BiT XLT 4×4 10AT – R688 900

SuperCab 2.0L BiT Wildtrak 4×4 10AT – R772 800

Included in the purchase price is a 4 year/120 000km warranty, 4 year/unlimited distance Roadside Assistance and 5 year/unlimited distance corrosion warranty.

 
PRICING: Ford Ranger Single Cab and Super Cab bakkies on sale soon

With the new Ford Ranger having hit the streets in double cab guise late last year (read our thoughts here) the emphasis now turns to the two-seat versions.

The new Ford Ranger Single Cab and Super Cab line-ups are set to go on sale in South Africa from March, according to Ford SA. Pricing for the Single Cab ranges from R464 200 to R545 000, while the Super Cab models will set you back anything from R485 400 to R772 800.

Ford Ranger Single Cab

2.0L SiT XL 4x2 6MT - R464 200
2.0L SiT XL 4x2 6AT - R477 800
2.0L SiT XL 4x4 6MT - R531 300
2.0L SiT XL 4x4 6AT - R545 000

Ford Ranger Super Cab

2.0L SiT XL 4x2 6MT - R485 400
2.0L SiT XL 4x2 6AT - R499 900
2.0L SiT XL 4x4 6AT - R542 900
2.0L SiT XLT 4x2 6AT - R547 100
2.0L BiT XLT 4x4 10AT - R688 900
2.0L BiT Wildtrak 4x4 10AT - R772 800

As you see above, a Wildtrak Super Cab variant has been added to the mix for the first time ever. On the Single Cab front it’s interesting to note that there are no base-spec ‘workhorse’ models, but Ford SA says these will arrive later in the year. The XL trim grade features prominently in the Single Cab and Super Cab line-ups, but Ford is also offering two XLT derivatives to bridge the gap to the new Wildtrak.

 
PRICING: Ford Ranger Single Cab and Super Cab bakkies on sale soon

With the new Ford Ranger having hit the streets in double cab guise late last year (read our thoughts here) the emphasis now turns to the two-seat versions.

The new Ford Ranger Single Cab and Super Cab line-ups are set to go on sale in South Africa from March, according to Ford SA. Pricing for the Single Cab ranges from R464 200 to R545 000, while the Super Cab models will set you back anything from R485 400 to R772 800.

Ford Ranger Single Cab

2.0L SiT XL 4x2 6MT - R464 200
2.0L SiT XL 4x2 6AT - R477 800
2.0L SiT XL 4x4 6MT - R531 300
2.0L SiT XL 4x4 6AT - R545 000

Ford Ranger Super Cab

2.0L SiT XL 4x2 6MT - R485 400
2.0L SiT XL 4x2 6AT - R499 900
2.0L SiT XL 4x4 6AT - R542 900
2.0L SiT XLT 4x2 6AT - R547 100
2.0L BiT XLT 4x4 10AT - R688 900
2.0L BiT Wildtrak 4x4 10AT - R772 800

As you see above, a Wildtrak Super Cab variant has been added to the mix for the first time ever. On the Single Cab front it’s interesting to note that there are no base-spec ‘workhorse’ models, but Ford SA says these will arrive later in the year. The XL trim grade features prominently in the Single Cab and Super Cab line-ups, but Ford is also offering two XLT derivatives to bridge the gap to the new Wildtrak.

So for the same money, you can choose between the 4x2 double cab Wildtrak or 4x4 supercab Wildtrak.

For business owning boomers / empty nesters / couples, it's going to be a no brainer considering that R100k vat claim on the supercab! Will sell very well.
 
New Ford Ranger (2023) Single-Cab and Supercab Price & Specs

Ford has released pricing for the single-cab and supercab versions of its new Ranger, which are due to hit the SA market in March 2023. Here’s how much you’ll pay…

With double-cab models already at dealerships around South Africa, you may be wondering when the single-cab and supercab derivatives of the new Ford Ranger will hit the market. Well, wonder no more. The Blue Oval brand has released pricing for these 2-seater body styles ahead of a March 2023 introduction.

The biggest news is the expansion of the Wildtrak specification to include the supercab body style (but more on that a little later). Single cabs start at R464 200 and run through to R545 000, while supercabs kick off at R485 400 and top out at R772 800. Note, however, a service plan is not included in the price of these Silverton-built bakkies.

How much do the new Ranger single-cab and supercab cost in SA?

Single Cab

2.0L SiT XL 4×2 6MT – R464 200

2.0L SiT XL 4×2 6AT – R477 800

2.0L SiT XL 4×4 6MT – R531 300

2.0L SiT XL 4×4 6AT – R545 000

Supercab

2.0L SiT XL 4×2 6MT – R485 400

2.0L SiT XL 4×2 6AT – R499 900

2.0L SiT XL 4×4 6AT – R542 900

2.0L SiT XLT 4×2 6AT – R547 100

2.0L BiT XLT 4×4 10AT – R688 900

2.0L BiT Wildtrak 4×4 10AT – R772 800

The above prices include a 4-year/120 000km warranty and a 5-year/unlimited distance corrosion warranty. A service plan, however, is optional, with service or maintenance plans available up to 8 years or 165 000 km (with intervals of 15 000 km).

 
New SA-built Ford Ranger sets sail for over 100 export markets

Like its predecessor, the new Ford Ranger is one of South Africa’s export heroes, with around two thirds of local production setting sail for markets all around the globe.

Ford South Africa recently kicked off its export programme for the new-generation model, which will be shipped to over 100 global markets. Europe is currently the bakkie’s biggest export market, and this has proven to be a big success story for Ford as the Ranger is the best selling bakkie in that region.

Production of the new Ford Ranger for local consumption as well as export comes as a result of a R15.8 billion investment in modernising the local facility in Silverton, east of Pretoria.

“Having modernised the local production and increased the installed capacity to a record 200 000 units per year, we remain committed to delivering quality Next-Gen Rangers from our Silverton Assembly Plant and Struandale Engine Plant,” said Ockert Berry, VP of Operations at Ford SA.

Ford says its two-port strategy, which includes Durban as well as Gqeberha, is instrumental in achieving its higher export ambitions, and the Eastern Cape route is set to play a more instrumental role as soon as a more efficient and reliable rail corridor is set up for that route.


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Waiting waiting waiting...

New build unit on the line this week (without the 20inch mags)... hoping it will be here next week or the week after.

We Buy Cars offered the best buy price on my 2017 XLT. They are eager to get their hands on it. Not a scratch or dent....
 
Waiting waiting waiting...

New build unit on the line this week (without the 20inch mags)... hoping it will be here next week or the week after.

We Buy Cars offered the best buy price on my 2017 XLT. They are eager to get their hands on it. Not a scratch or dent....
I'm "impressed" you jumped right in, didn't wait. I'm sure you ran the numbers in-depth & saw what's the best approach for your needs.
 
Waiting waiting waiting...

New build unit on the line this week (without the 20inch mags)... hoping it will be here next week or the week after.

We Buy Cars offered the best buy price on my 2017 XLT. They are eager to get their hands on it. Not a scratch or dent....

What did they offer if you don't mind me asking?
 
What did they offer if you don't mind me asking?
2017 4x2 XLT Manual with Beekman Executive canopy, nudge bar, Hella Spots
107 000km. 6th Annual service just done.
Warranty valid until 2024-01 or 140 000km

R315k

Not bad resale considering it was R440k new in 2017 (excluding extra's)
 
I'm "impressed" you jumped right in, didn't wait. I'm sure you ran the numbers in-depth & saw what's the best approach for your needs.
Trying to extract MAX resale value from the old one before the NEW GEN sales push down value of the PRE GEN's...
 
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