BANGKOK – The all-new Ford Ranger is making its Southeast Asia debut at the 32nd Bangkok Motor Show now under way, ahead of its Job One launch later this year in Thailand – the first of three global production hubs that will be tooled up for the midsize pickup. The new truck, which was designed and engineered in Australia, is a key plank in the “One Ford” global vehicle program and is set to be sold in most major markets worldwide, 180 in total (although notably, not the U.S.). It will ...

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