Raptor Ranger Still Won't Come To America, But Kansas Ford Dealer Is Offering The Next Best Thing

McArthur Ford in Salina, Kansas is tired of waiting for a Ranger Raptor, so they made their own custom package to give the Ranger more off-road punch.

Raptor Ranger Still Won't Come To America, But Kansas Ford Dealer Offers Next Best Thing

A Ford dealer in Kansas got tired of waiting for the Ranger Raptor to come to America and decided to start offering a version of their own.

They call it the Baja Off-Road Package, and you won’t find it anywhere other than at Long McArthur Ford in Salina, Kansas. The dealer offers a similar package for their F-150 and Super Duty pickups but decided that the Ranger deserves the same amount of off-road love.

To start, they select a four-door XLT trim Ranger is equipped with the 302A equipment group and the tow and FX4 off-road packages. The 302A group includes 8-way adjustable heated seats, remote start, automatic high beams, and Ford’s Co-Pilot360 suite of driver-assist technologies. The FX4 package includes a locking rear diff, tow hooks, skid plates, as well as trail and terrain management control.

Baja Ranger
via Long McArthur Ford

Next are some cosmetic upgrades. The grille is replaced by a Raptor-style black-painted affair that is emblazoned with the company name, while a bunch of chunky fender flares house larger off-road tires. Those tires, by the way, are 33-inch Toyo rubbers wrapped around 18-inch black-painted rims.

A 2-inch suspension lift is provided along with Fox 2.0 dampers and skid plates to give the Ranger even more off-road capability. An Addictive Desert Designs chase rack, a custom exhaust, and tinted windows add a little extra flare. Note the custom Ranger Baja graphics on the rear quarter.

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Ford Performance provides a toolkit, all-weather floor mats endure muddy boots, and a spray-in bed liner keeps the bed from rusting out, while the tailgate gets a vinyl wrap for a little extra protection.

All this includes a 3-year or 36,000-mile warranty. It’s even reasonably cheap too at just $49,995 before any dealer discounts. That’s a lot better than the regular Raptor and includes quite a few more luxury items too. If you can’t wait for the Ranger Raptor, then consider Kansas as your next vacation destination and maybe pick up a new set of wheels along the way.

(via Muscle Cars & Trucks)

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