The Ford Ranger has won the 2020 International Pick-up Award (IPUA) at a special gala ceremony held in Lyon, France. The win for the Ranger was the second for Ford with the Blue Oval also clinching the title for the 2020 International Van of the Year (IVOTY) with the Transit Custom. This means Ford is the only manufacturer to do the double twice – the first time occurring in 2013.
For Ford owners, every day is Black Friday, as they enjoy the immense value that a well-built vehicle adds to their everyday lives
Ford South Africa has introduced an updated version of its extremely capable and versatile load-hauler – the Transit Van and Chassis Cab models. Distinguished by fresh new front-end styling that reflects Ford’s latest design language as seen on the latest Transit Custom, its heavy-duty big brother is now better looking than ever, while remaining one of the most capable and practical vehicles in its segment.
We’ve all driven past the lifeless body of an animal in the middle of or on the shoulder of the road, in our suburbs and cities, on our highways and byways, and in protected areas like game reserves. Family pets, valuable livestock, and myriad species of wildlife – each sentient being, meeting its fate through a tragic impact with a moving vehicle.
Ford’s ‘Go Further’ brand promise was translated into tangible results last week after the Ford Ranger and Ford Fiesta literally travelled further on less fuel and emerged as the most fuel-efficient vehicles in their respective segments during the inaugural WesBank Fuel Economy Tour in partnership with FNB. The Ford Kuga was a close second in the turbodiesel compact SUV segment.
The locally-built Ford Ranger is the top-selling pickup in Europe, and South Africa’s top-ranking light commercial vehicle export