The "Best 4x4 & Pickup" category was decided by a panel of 63 female car journalists from 45 countries across five continents. They unanimously agreed that the newest iteration of the Ranger is the most user-friendly, practical, and fun-to-drive model yet.
The jury considered the vehicles' safety, handling, interior amenities, technological advancements, aesthetics, fuel efficiency, environmental effect, and price across six categories. The panel agreed that the Ranger is "a dependable, sleek, and charismatic pickup," and they awarded it the top prize. It can traverse any landscape with ease. It's a capable off-road vehicle, and the cargo box makes it more valuable.
Customers have shown a lot of enthusiasm for the newly available Ford Ranger, which the company calls "the hardest and smartest truck we have developed so far." We have created a brand-new model currently available to buyers in over 180 countries based on extensive research and development. The sales manager for commercial vehicles at Ford Motor Norway expressed gratitude to Women's World Vehicle of the Year for the honor.
Buyers can choose from an extensive lineup of brand-new Ford Ranger models, including the reliable Ford Ranger XLT and the adventurous Ford Ranger Raptor. An innovative digital interior, a rail system on the cargo floor with adjustable lashing hooks, and a tailgate with a built-in scale and grooves for clamps that turn it into a workbench are just a few examples of the cutting-edge solutions and technology available today.
Ford has performed over 5,000 consumer interviews and had many customer meetings to ensure that the newest version of Europe's best-selling pickup truck will match the needs and expectations of current and prospective pickup customers.
Ford Ranger Wildtrak premium models start at $66,300, while Ford Ranger Limited models start at $64,300. The price of a Ford Ranger XLT, the reliable workhorse, starts at $60,100. Shipping to customers will begin in the summer of 2023. The first Ford Ranger Raptor pickup trucks, the latest version of the extreme pickup, arrived at the beginning of the year.
To win the top honor of "Women's World Car of the Year," the new Ford Ranger must now compete against other worthy vehicles. This winner will be announced on International Women's Day, March 8, on the Women's Automobile of the Year Youtube channel at noon.
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