Ford’s support of the UK’s longest running charity off-road event – the Macmillan Cancer Support 4×4 Challenge – helped to raise over £1 million.
Ford has been chosen by the Ministry of Defence to supply over 100 Ranger pick-up vehicles, to be used by the Army, Navy, Air Force and the Ministry.
Leicester Tigers and England rugby star, Louis Deacon, has taken delivery of a new Ford Ranger during his benefit year. The 6ft 6in ‘lock’ has teamed up with Ford dealer, Sandicliffe, and Everards Brewery, an existing operator of new Ford Transit Custom vans.
By providing three new Ford Ranger vehicles, Ford has extended its support for the UK’s longest-running charity off-roading event for the 12th year in succession.
The exciting all-new Ford Ranger pick-up enters the stage on the Ford stand at the Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham, UK, ahead of its European sales launch later in 2011.
The all-new Ford Ranger Wildtrak makes its global debut at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, a sporty compact pick-up that delivers impressive power and safety, excellent fuel efficiency and significant capability. It exudes a powerful presence bolstered by the latest in-car comfort and technologies.
The all-new Ford Ranger makes its worldwide debut today at the Australian International Motor Show in Sydney as the latest addition to a wave of global vehicles being introduced by Ford.
Ford is preparing to take the wraps off a comprehensively redesigned, new-generation compact pick-up developed in Australia for sale in 180 global markets. The all-new Ford Ranger will be unveiled at the Australian International Motor Show, on October 15, 2010.