Lease the robust Ford Ranger for EUR 404 gross per month

The Ford Ranger is the best-selling pick-up in Europe. This will probably remain the case with the upcoming model change. But if you can’t or don’t want to wait for the new generation, you can still get the current Ranger in stores. Depending on the version, prices start at just under 40,000 euros. Currently there are also attractive leasing offers for private and commercial customers.
At (cooperation partner of AUTO BILD), private customers can lease the Ford Ranger 2.0 EcoBlue with 213 hp in the Wildtrak equipment variant from EUR 404 gross per month. A one-time special payment is not necessary with this offer.

In order to get the best conditions for the robust off-road vehicle, private customers must conclude a leasing contract with a term of 48 months and an annual mileage of 10,000 kilometers (commercial customers pay 340 euros net per month).

However, both parameters can be adjusted with this offer. Private customers who want to enjoy the Ranger for 60 months and drive 25,000 kilometers a year, for example, have to be prepared for a monthly charge of 529 euros.

The total leasing costs are at the lowest rates for private customers at 20,561 euros gross including transfer and registration (404 euros times 48 plus 1169 euros). Business customers have to calculate with 17,302.35 euros net (340 euros times 48 plus 982.35). (maintenance costs to calculate? To the car insurance comparison!)

Real off-roader with top equipment

The vehicles are already fully configured. Only the color can be decided between Sea Gray and Agate Black. There is no major need for change in the Wildtrak variant, the highest equipment version, but also not. After all, the bestseller pick-up rolled off the assembly line with LED headlights, automatic air conditioning, seat heating and numerous assistance systems. The gross list price is just under 58,000 euros.

The two-liter diesel delivers 213 hp, the ten-speed automatic transmission usually forwards the 500 Newton meters to the rear wheels. If desired, the through-drive can be blocked – and the Ranger then becomes an all-wheel drive vehicle with considerable off-road potential.

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