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2021 Ford Ranger Wildtrak Announced For Mexico With Exclusive Features

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The Ford Ranger Wildtrak has been on sale in a variety of countries around the world for years now, including Australia. Now, the sporty, off-road-focused Ford Ranger variant has also been announced for Mexico, where the more hardcore Ford Ranger Raptor will also launch later this year. However, the 2021 Ford Ranger Wildtrak is a different sort of pickup altogether, combining a nice mixture of style, off-road capability, technology features, and luxurious appointments.

The Mexican 2021 Ford Ranger Wildtrak can be easily distinguished from the rest of the Blue Oval’s mid-size pickup lineup thanks to its exclusive Saber Orange exterior color and host of black trim including the grille, side mirrors, roof rails, and roll bar, plus exclusive two-tone 18-inch wheels. Mexican buyers can also choose from Obsidian Black, Snow White, Mercury Gray, and Zinc Gray exterior hues if the orange doesn’t suit their fancy.

On the inside, the Ranger Wildtrak comes with standard leather upholstery, embroidered floor mats, and contrasting orange stitching on the steering wheel, shifter, and various other trim pieces located throughout the cabin. An 8-inch touchscreen with SYNC 3 and Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility is also standard, as are a host of tech features including Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Keep Assist, Automatic Emergency Braking, and Pre-Collision Assist.

The Ranger Wildtrak headed to Mexico is powered by Ford’s 2.3L EcoBoost I-4, which is rated to produce 270 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque. Mated to FoMoCo’s 10-speed automatic transmission, that power flows to either the rear or all four wheels, and provides up to 2,500 kilograms ( 5,511 pounds) of max towing capacity.

The 2021 Ford Ranger Wildtrak launches in Mexico in July with a starting price of 799,000 Mexican pesos ($38,957 USD).

We’ll have more on all the Ranger variants sold around the world soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford Ranger news and continuous Ford news coverage.

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Comments

  1. Tim M

    All these special editions or different models that North America is not getting baffles me. Are Ford petrified that by expanding the Ranger here that the F-150 will loose its crown as the best selling vehicle. Sure they can see that it will attract buyers to the them rather than just steal sales from its big brother.

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  2. blksn8k

    There’s a lot of truth to what you say but Ford is also trying to launch the Maverick which the Ranger is probably more of a threat to than the F-150. My guess is that they are hoping the release of the next gen Ranger in a couple more years will be just in time to pick up the slack once the newness of the Maverick wears off. We also need to keep in mind that as long as the B team is running the country fuel prices and prices in general will continue to rise which is probably more of a threat to full-size truck and SUV sales than competition from within.

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