WHAT YOU GET
THE WILDTRAK is the premium Ranger model and adds to the volume-selling XLT a reversing camera, front parking sensors, leather, heated front seats, power-adjust for the driver’s seat, 18-inch alloys, a tub-mounted body kit and a lockable roller tonneau. Our test vehicle was also fitted with the optional Tech Pack, which includes radar cruise control, forwardcollision warning, lane-departure warning and a driver-impairment monitor. This adds $600 to Wildtrak and $1100 to XLT (includes rear-view camera). Like the XLT, the Wildtrak also has sat-nav, dual-zone climate, a centre-console cooler, rear parking sensors, auto wipers, tyre-pressure sensors, a 230V outlet in the cabin, a 12V outlet in the tub, a sports bar, sidesteps and a 3500kg-rated towbar. This adds to the six cabin airbags, cruise control, auto headlights, rear locker and trailer-sway control, standard on all Ranger 4x4 dualcab pick-ups.