Ford recently debuted a global version of the Ranger Raptor. It’s the first time the Raptor name has been applied to any Ford vehicle other than a modified F-150. Currently the company doesn’t have plans to offer it in the United States.
The global version is powered by a turbocharged diesel engine mated to Ford’s new 10-speed automatic transmission. Fox suspension is on hand, just like on the big boy Raptor. There are also different driving modes, including “Baja Mode.”
The Ranger is coming back to the United States for 2019. While there aren’t currently plans to sell the truck here, we have to ask you; should Ford sell the Ranger Raptor in the United States?