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J77



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2022 Ford Ranger

Looks good, an EV to follow

https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/ford/ranger/...its-muscle



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Though order books don’t open until the end of next year with deliveries starting 2023. 21MY Defender 90 D200 S, Tasman Blue, Fuji White roof.

Post #930992 24th Nov 2021 2:56pm
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camelman



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£22k for the current model in double cab form... 

Post #930994 24th Nov 2021 3:43pm
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Jabberwocky



Member Since: 27 Oct 2021
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We were torn between a double cab pickup and a defender based camper for our overland vehicle, ultimately we went defender but there’s so many options now for campers for this type of vehicle you are spoilt for choice. Ford however wasn’t even on our shortlist, Hilux is really the only choice for a double cab for a round the world vehicle. Nice looking truck though.

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Bluest



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United Kingdom 2007 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 XS CSW Java Black

It’s an assault on the eyes that thing. 2007 110 TDCi Station Wagon XS

Post #931041 24th Nov 2021 8:39pm
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90 Dreamer



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United Kingdom 2016 Defender 90 Puma 2.2 HT Corris Grey

And how are (all) truck makers getting away with making them taller / flatter fronts??

Dread to think of the impact (literally) on pedestrians, etc......

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custom90steve



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Prefer the F250 front end, more squared. Diesels Lives Matter

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OsloBlue



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United Kingdom 2003 Defender 110 Td5 XS CSW Oslo Blue

I kinda like it... I'm on IG: https://www.instagram.com/osloblue42/
Defender Drag racer & achiever of "How is that possible" speed
Current: TD5 '110 "Lucinda" Thread here: https://www.defender2.net/forum/topic62562.html
Previously: Disco 3/4 2010 Manual, BMW 325D SE, '08 Nissan Pathfinder, '08 Nissan Navara, '08 Focus ST, '97 Vectra track car.

Post #931048 24th Nov 2021 9:18pm
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J77



Member Since: 04 Nov 2019
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The Ranger has always been my favourite truck, I like the more brash American look of this one. In the past I’ve looked at F150s at 51 State Autos but they are just a tad too big Laughing 21MY Defender 90 D200 S, Tasman Blue, Fuji White roof.

Post #931065 25th Nov 2021 4:19am
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Iggle piggle



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United Kingdom 1989 Defender 90 V8 Petrol ST Alpine White

I like it!

It’s been confirmed the Aussie market are getting a 3.0 Diesel V6 option but what’s the betting the UK /Europe only get the eco-boost 2.0 & maybe a hybrid option Rolling Eyes

Post #931073 25th Nov 2021 8:03am
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camelman



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These are our 2 in action:





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Post #931077 25th Nov 2021 8:38am
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camelman



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One downside is the weight.

Most models are too heavy unladen (2040kg limit ) to count as Dual Purpose Vehicles.

They are therefore subject to the slower van speed limits on A roads and Dual Carriageways Sad
(As are the new Def 90 and 110 HTs however...) 

Post #931078 25th Nov 2021 8:52am
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