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Topic - John Tatge
The all-new global Ford Ranger may boast proven pickup truck toughness and capability but it does not mean it has to drive like one. With its brand-new chassis, steering system and suspensions, Ranger offers a smooth and quiet ride, car-like comfort as well as precise steering.
"The result is a Built Ford Tough pickup truck that provides the best possible road manners," said John Tatge, Ranger chief program engineer, Ford Asia Pacific and Africa (APA). "For traditional buyers, the benefits are huge with no compromises in payload capacity or towing ability. For sport utility enthusiasts who prefer smoother, more refined road handling, the all-new Ranger delivers with less of the harshness typically found in trucks."