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2023 Ford Ranger Adds Splash Jungle Edition Package

While the all-new, next-generation Ford Ranger has already launched in a handful of markets around the world, the redesigned pickup won’t be arriving in the U.S. until next year. As such, the 2023 Ford Ranger soldiers on in North America following minimal changes for the 2022 model year, including the addition of the new Splash Package and Splash Limited Edition. Now, sources familiar with the matter have told Ford Authority that the 2023 Ford Ranger will also be adding the new Splash Jungle Edition Package to its lineup, too.

The 2023 Ford Ranger Splash Jungle Edition Package will likely be the only limited-edition Splash Package for the new model year, as the Snow Edition, Forest Edition, and Sand Edition won’t be returning after each was produced in very limited quantities for the 2022 model year. Regardless, the new Jungle Edition Package is available on 2023 Ranger SuperCrew models equipped with the Lariat High (501A) equipment group only.

On the outside, the Ranger Splash Jungle Edition Package is easily distinguished from regular models thanks to the addition of its Eruption Green paint, which is the only way to get any sort of green exterior hue on the 2023 Ranger. That special finish is accentuated by a black mesh front grille with a Magnetic-painted surround, bars, and Eruption Green nostrils, as well as Magnetic door handles, fender vent surrounds, bumpers, mirror caps, and wheel lip moldings.

The Ranger Splash Jungle Edition rides on a set of 18-inch matte black wheels wrapped with different tires depending on how the pickup is configured – two-wheel drive models get 265/60R18 BSW all-seasons, four-wheel drive pickups are equipped with 265/60R18 BSW all-terrain tires, and both FX2 and FX4 Off-Road Package equipped models are fitted with 265/60R18 OWL all-terrains. An exposed bash plate is also included with the FX4 package, while black running boards are available as an option.

Inside the cabin, this new package adds a host of unique touches including Ash Gray accent stitching and carbon weave tuxedo stripes and bolsters for the leather-trimmed seats, which are eight-way power adjustable on the driver’s side and six-way on the passenger side. Those interested in the Jungle package will also need to know that it cannot be paired with the Tremor, Sport Appearance, Chrome Appearance, Black Appearance, or Splash packages, however. As Ford Authority reported back in June, 2023 Ranger order banks opened up back on July 18th, 2022 while production is expected to begin on October 10th at the Michigan Assembly plant.

We’ll have more on the 2023 Ranger soon, so be sure to subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford Ranger news and continuous Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. FLP

    Let’s have Less “special” packages, more pickups produced! It took 5 months to get my new Ranger!

  2. Gary . Virginia.


  3. Deadarmadillo

    BFD, /where is a 3.5L twin turbo. Ford has always been bad about running a fender full of stickers rather than doing something about their power plants, suspensions, etc. In the words of Brandon, come on man.

  4. Donnie

    @FLP: 5 month? I am waiting 11 month up until now.

  5. Scott L

    I got mine in less than a month. It wasnt even built when I bought it. I had it 5 days after it was built. had 3 miles on it. Forest edition is the most awesome! Only 500 of em made. I have yet to see another like it one in my area. Be patient it is most certainly worth the wait

  6. Garry

    2 years & no information on body panels – bed doors steel or aluminum? Don’t give a darn about splash/ larger dash displays, twin turbos etc – not going to blow 50 k on a future rust bucket – some day maybe the industry will take into account buyers needs in the rust belt

  7. Stephen Leasure

    Why is it that a country where the great Henry Ford invented the assembly line a person cannot get a new Ford Ranger before any other country ? We can’t even get a 2023 model when the 2024’s are out all over the world. Management really should get with it before they lose customers to other brands!


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