The Ford Ranger Wildtrak X has arrived at Ford dealerships boasting new wheels and flared arches, a snorkel and more…pricing is from $65,290+ORCs.
Available with either a 3.2-litre five-cylinder turbo-diesel ($65,290+ORCs) or the 2.0-litre bi-turbo diesel ($66,790+ORCs), the Ford Ranger Wildtrack X is all about getting some attention on Ford’s top-spec dual-cab before the refreshed model arrives at the end of the year.
Unlike the usual sticker-pack jobs, the Wildtrak X actually gets some useful modifications, including a nudge bar with LED lightbar mounted on top, a pillar-mounted snorkel, but that’s it…other tweaks included new flared wheel arches, new black matte alloys, a unique grille and bumper, door handles and lower door panels. On the inside, it’s pretty much just a stock-standard Wildtrak, which means leather interior and contrast stitching.
According to Ford, the Wildtrak X offers around $6000 in value-add with prices rising by just $2000 compared with the regular Wildtrak. In making the announcement, Ford Australia and New Zealand boss, Kay Hart said, “Ranger owners are telling us that they want more personalisation, specialised gear and more kit for weekends away and family trips. The Wildtrak X brings the high equipment levels, rugged good looks and tools to take things up to the next level.”