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Ford Ranger 2016 Wildtrak 4X4 Double cab 200ps Automatic Truck - Low miles - Great condition (U9131)

2016 (66)
9500 miles
Sea Grey
Automatic
Diesel
Ref: U9131

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November 2016 - 66 reg

Ford Ranger Wildtrak 4 x 4 Double cab Truck
3.2 Ltr 200ps Euro 6 Tdci Engine
AUTOMATC gearbox
RWT in house Six month/6,000 mile no quible warranty
Metallic Sea Grey
6,000kg Gross train mass, ideal towing vehicle
Fully serviced here by us at RWT
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Extras fitted to the Limited edition in addition to the standard features :

Air Conditioning, 18" Alloy Wheels, Climate Control, Colour Coded Bumpers, Rear Parking Sensors, Front Fog Lights, Heated Seats, Load area Cover, Satellite Navigation, 5 Seats, Bluetooth, Cruise Control, Double Cab, Electric mirrors, Electric windows, Rear park camera

In Stock & Ready To Drive Away,

Low Rate Finance Options (Typical 3.99% flat rate)

Nationwide delivery service available (cost applies)

This vehicle is in stock at Roy Wood Transits, Independent Transit Specialist since 1970, in Winnersh, RG41 5HU for Sat Nav

£18,495.00 + VAT + Road tax

We also offer the following professional services :

Sign writing,
Ply lining, Internal racking solutions,
Roof racks, Tow bars, Roof mounted beacon bars,
Bespoke tippers, Lutons, Tail lifts – Internal & External, Drop side trucks,
Technical help & assistance,

Vehicle Details
MakeFord
ModelRanger
Mileage9500
Year2016
Number of Owners1
TransmissionAutomatic
Fuel TypeDiesel
Model VariantWildtrak 4X4 Double cab 200ps Automatic Truck - Low miles - Great condition
Body TypePick-Up
Doors4
ColourSea Grey
Number of Gears6
Engine PositionFront
Driving AxleAll - Selected
AspirationTurbo
Performance
BHP197.1
Torque347
Engine Size3.2
Acceleration10.4
Top Speed109
Economy
Average MPG26.7
Urban21.6
Extra Urban30.7
CO2 Emissions228
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