Used Ford Ranger Vans in Scotland

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Ford Ranger Pick Up Double Cab Wildtrak 3.2 TDCi 2 +9
Ford Ranger £24,995

2017

Automatic

Mileage: 36,000

Diesel

Ford Ranger Ford Ranger 3.2 TDCi 200 Wildtrak Doub +31
Ford Ranger £28,499

2019

Automatic

Mileage: 21,475

Diesel

Ford Ranger Pick Up Double Cab Limited 2 3.2 TDCi +29
Ford Ranger £22,490

2018

Automatic

Mileage: 23,882

Diesel

Ford Ranger 3.2 TDCi Wildtrak Double Cab Pickup Au +21
Ford Ranger £17,500

2015

Automatic

Mileage: 70,350

Diesel

Ford Ranger SuperCab XLT 2.0 EcoBlue 170 - NEW IN +3
Ford Ranger £28,725

2022

Manual

Mileage: 15

Diesel

Ford Ranger 2.0 EcoBlue Wildtrak Double Cab Pickup +19
Ford Ranger £40,000

2022

Automatic

Mileage: 879

Diesel

Ford Ranger Pick Up Double Cab Wildtrak 2.0 EcoBlu +29
Ford Ranger £36,850

2022

Automatic

Mileage: 1,055

Diesel

Ford Ranger 2.0 EcoBlue Wildtrak Double Cab Pickup +17
Ford Ranger £39,800

2022

Automatic

Mileage: 1,178

Diesel

Ford Ranger 2.0 EcoBlue Wildtrak Double Cab Pickup +19
Ford Ranger £36,900

2021

Automatic

Mileage: 4,987

Diesel

Ford Ranger Pick Up Double Cab Limited 1 2.0 EcoBl +19
Ford Ranger £30,900

2021

Automatic

Mileage: 7,000

Diesel

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Why buy a used Ford Ranger with Exchange and Mart?

Think of a pick-up and Ford is a name you just can't ignore, the company represented in this growing segment since the turn of the century by this tough, versatile Ranger model. This fourth generation design targets the growing lifestyle part of the pick-up market more directly than ever before, while still keeping the tough capability that will appeal to business operators. It's shares its design with the second generation Volkswagen Amarok, though Ford has led the engineering of this latest model; this is, after all, a key model for the Blue Oval brand - the Ranger accounts for nearly 40% of the European pick-up market. But it's very much a global product, designed and engineered in Australia, built in South Africa and Thailand and featuring a new 3.0-litre turbo diesel assembled in Dagenham, part of a design versatile enough for export to over 180 countries. Perfect in principle not only for core pick-up customers like farmers, plumbers and jobbing builders but also for the self-employed private people increasingly wanting a vehicle like this as a lifestyle accessory. Let's take a closer look.

About the Ford Ranger

You can't deny that this fourth generation Ranger is a thoroughly engineered product. But is it the first Ford pick-up to truly approach market leadership? We think it might be. It's safe, spacious, clever, able to carry large loads and has engines that get the job done. Whether the need is for active family weekends, or simply to carry workmates with their kit and tools, this rugged do-almost-anything automotive swiss army knife seems to have it covered. From the back streets of Bangkok to the logging trails of Liberia, you'll find Rangers earning their keep, but the step forward here isn't really a rugged one: this Ford was always tough to break. It's in packaging, design and aesthetics. True, maybe the cabin isn't as car-like as the Blue Oval would like us to think, but it's a big step forward for a vehicle of this kind, aided by technology that'll see Japanese competitors having to play catch-up. When it all comes down to it, the right tool can make child's play of men's work. And if you're looking for the best all-round contender in the pick-up sector right now, then this is the right tool. Job done.