Ford Ranger DURA TORQ TDCi Commonrail Engine
Diesel Ford Ranger Pick-up truck in Thailand is equipped with a powerful commonrail engine with 16-valve Dual Overhead Camshaft (DOHC), new generation high pressure Bosch Commonrail Fuel Injection System and Variable Geometry Turbocharger to deliver exceptional engine performance, best-in-class torque, rapid engine response and high fuel economy.
The 2500 cc Ford Ranger’s engine delivers 143 PS and 330Nm of torque at a low 1,800 rpm, yet provides 22% better fuel economy than the Ranger’s previous 2.5L WLT turbo engine. The 3.0L engine is a new addition to the Ranger, and boasts best-in-class 380 Nm torque at 1,800 rpm and 156PS power output.
The perfect combination of “Variable Geometry Turbocharger” technology and the new generation Commonrail Direct Injection Fuel System increases power output and torque across the driving range – making Ford Ranger a spirited performer on expressways, crowded city streets and off-road conditions, with instantaneous acceleration even when carrying heavy payloads. The Dual Mass Flywheel increases engine response and reduces engine vibration to provide smooth engine acceleration and responsiveness.
The turbo-diesel powertrain in Ford Ranger is mated to a new 5-speed Manual Transmission, designed for easy shifting for a more car-like response and handling.
|The 3.0 liter version of the new DuraTORQ turbodiesel in the Ranger cranks out a stout 280 lb./ft. of torque at only 1,800 rpm.|