Ford badge engineered the Japanese-built Mazda B-Series as the Courier starting in 1971, renaming it the Ranger in 1998; the Courier nameplate was retained in Australasia until 2006. Second-generation models from 2006 to 2011 were also designed by Mazda, being rebadged versions of the successor to the B-Series, the BT-50.
Third-generation models, as produced since 2011, were designed and engineered by Ford Australia, with Mazda offering a derivative version of the Ford as the second generation BT-50. The Ford Ranger is also the basis for the Ford Everest SUV and therefore, the Ranger and the Everest share a number of features. Ford's affiliate, Jiangling Motors, builds a model based on the Ford Ranger called the JMC Yuhu for the Chinese market. On 19 August 2015, Ford started producing the Ranger in China in partnership with JMC.
1/. 2.5L Duratec (L5-VE) petrol engine (122 kW and 226 Nm) mated to a five-speed manual transmission.
2/. 2.0L from 2018-on, has replaced the 2.2L Duratorq TDCi ("PUMA" ZSD-422) diesel engine (88 kW and 285 Nm; 92 kW and 330 Nm or 110 kW and 375 Nm) consumes 7.6 L/100 km (37.2 mpg-imp or 30.9 mpg-US) with a six-speed manual or automatic transmission.
3/. 3.2L Duratorq TDCi ("PUMA" P5AT) diesel engine (147 kW and 470 Nm) at 9.4 L/100 km (33.6 mpg-imp or 28.0 mpg-US) with a six-speed manual or automatic transmission - [source: wikipedia]
Ford Ranger PX3 (2018-on) 3.2L P5AT 5Cyl. Turbo Diesel
Ford Ranger PX3 (2018-on) 2.0L EcoBlue Bi Turbo 4Cyl. Turbo Diesel
Ford Ranger PX2 (2015-2018) 2.2L P4AT (UR) 4Cyl. Turbo Diesel
Ford Ranger PX2 (2015-on) 2.5L DPAT (JC) 4Cyl. Petrol
Ford Ranger PX2 (2015-2018) 3.2L P5AT (VI) 5Cyl. Turbo Diesel
Ford Ranger PX (2011-2015) 2.2L P4AT (UR) 4Cyl. Turbo Diesel
Ford Ranger PX (2011-2015) 2.5L DPAT (JC) 4Cyl. Petrol
Ford Ranger PX (2011-2015) 3.2L P5AT (VI) 5Cyl. Turbo Diesel
Ford Ranger PJ-PK (2006-2011) 2.5L PJ-PK WLAT 4Cyl Diesel Turbo
Ford Ranger PJ-PK (2006-2011) 3.0L PJ-PK WEAT 4Cyl Diesel Turbo