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Via Australian publication CarExpert.

The MPG figures are for the ASEAN market (such as Thailand) Ranger and Ranger Raptor, but gives us an idea how the fuel economy we'll see in the Raptor.


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With the new single-turbo 2.0-litre turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine, the Ranger has claimed combined cycle fuel consumption of 7.6L/100km (30.9 MPG).

Stepping up to the carryover 2.0-litre bi-turbo diesel four, the table shows preliminary figures of 6.9L/100km and 7.2L/100km (32.6-34 MPG). The former is likely for the manual option.

The new 3.0-litre turbo-diesel V6 option is as thrifty as the outgoing, considerably less powerful 3.2-litre turbo-diesel five, with a claimed consumption of 8.4L/100km (28 MPG).

Finally, the Ranger Raptor – which packs a 3.0-litre twin-turbo petrol V6 – consumes 11.5L/100km (20 MPG).
 

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I doubt we will see diesel in the us =(

Raptor MPG is not too bad. I wonder what is the range.
 

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If we could get a North American 6G Ranger PowerBoost with those diesel mpg figures before an AWD hybrid Maverick comes out, I might be officially sold on my next vehicle.
 
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Bronco Raptor Fuel Economy: 1 MPG better then Jeep Rubicon 392. The fuel economy for the 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor is out, and buyers should be prepared for an expensive trip to the gas station whenever refueling the tank, given current fuel prices. The SUV gets a combined 15 mpg. Seems to be ok with Regular unleaded fuel

The Bronco four-wheel-drive 2.3-liter turbocharged model gets 20 mpg combined. Although premium fuel is recommended.
 

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I doubt we will see diesel in the us =(

Raptor MPG is not too bad. I wonder what is the range.
80L tank, 11.5 L/100 km, equals approx. 700 km range (~440 miles).
 

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I looked at the 3.0L Raptor Bronco a bit more, I can see why it get's 15MPG combined. It exceeded the power ratings at 418 hp and 440 ft/lbs of torque. Base Raptors weigh 5,733 pounds, while a base two-door Bronco with the V6 can weigh as little as 4,491 pounds.) It has 37" tires and I would presume it runs the 4.56 Diff gears.

What's the power rating on the Ranger Raptor. I know it has 33" tires. Ford may still offer the 3.70 Diff ratio. A very different setup to the Bronco Raptor. Tame.
 

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I looked at the 3.0L Raptor Bronco a bit more, I can see why it get's 15MPG combined. It exceeded the power ratings at 418 hp and 440 ft/lbs of torque. Base Raptors weigh 5,733 pounds, while a base two-door Bronco with the V6 can weigh as little as 4,491 pounds.) It has 37" tires and I would presume it runs the 4.56 Diff gears.

What's the power rating on the Ranger Raptor. I know it has 33" tires. Ford may still offer the 3.70 Diff ratio. A very different setup to the Bronco Raptor. Tame.
Ranger Raptor (for AU) is 292 kW and 583 Nm, which is 392 HP and 430 ft lb. To my understanding the Ranger Raptor continues to use the 3.73 ratio diffs as per the outgoing model (haven't seen anything definitive though).

Edit, don't forget that we measure fuel economy using different methods to the US method.
 
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