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Drive Modes


Your Ranger Raptor is equipped with seven selectable drive modes - three for on-road driving and four for off-roading - all designed to ensure your truck is ready to tackle anything.


Your Ranger Raptor is equipped with seven selectable drive modes - three for on-road driving and four for off-roading - all designed to ensure your truck is ready to tackle anything.


From engine response, transmission settings, ABS sensitivity and traction control calibrations, to the view on the instrument cluster to even the feel through the brake and steering - Ranger Raptor’s drive modes have been fine-tuned to help enhance your time behind the wheel.

 

How to select a drive mode


Changing or selecting a drive mode is simple. Just rotate the drive mode dial on the centre console to cycle through the modes. The instrument cluster graphics will change with every mode, displaying key settings and providing you with helpful information.

 

Normal mode


Normal mode is intended for everyday driving, and it’s the mode your vehicle defaults to every time you switch it on. This mode is the perfect balance of excitement, comfort, and convenience. This is the default mode after each ignition cycle.

 

Sport mode


Sport mode is intended for spirited driving, offering improved performance handling and response. This mode increases accelerator pedal response and provides a sportier steering feel. The powertrain system holds onto lower gears longer, helping your vehicle accelerate faster.

 

Slippery mode


Slippery mode should be used for driving on a surface covered with ice, snow, heavy rain or some other slippery material that reduces available grip. This mode reduces throttle response and optimises gear shifting for slippery surfaces.

 

Sand mode


Select sand mode for off-road driving on soft, dry sand, deep gravel or deep snow. Power delivery is more aggressive and the system allows more wheel spin to achieve, maintain and increase momentum in the dunes.

 

Rock Crawl mode


Choose rock crawl mode when driving in rocky or undulating terrain where the vehicle will be bumping around. It’s been expertly developed to optimise throttle response and transmission shift point to enhance control of your vehicle.

 

Mud/Ruts mode


Mud/ruts mode enhances vehicle performance to drive across muddy, rutted, or uneven terrain. This is the mode to select if you’re driving on soft, deformable surfaces where you need to maintain momentum, while also using on demand wheel-spin to help clear muds or snow from your tyre tread.

 

Baja mode


Baja mode optimises the throttle for better response and torque delivery as well as maximising suspension performance in extreme off-road environments. This is the Raptor’s most extreme mode for on-the-limit driving.

Many of the default settings in these modes can be tailored to suit your needs - so enjoy configuring and driving your Ranger Raptor the way you want it. Happy off-roading!

 


From engine response, transmission settings, ABS sensitivity and traction control calibrations, to the view on the instrument cluster to even the feel through the brake and steering - Ranger Raptor’s drive modes have been fine-tuned to help enhance your time behind the wheel.

 

How to select a drive mode


Changing or selecting a drive mode is simple. Just rotate the drive mode dial on the centre console to cycle through the modes. The instrument cluster graphics will change with every mode, displaying key settings and providing you with helpful information.

 

Normal mode


Normal mode is intended for everyday driving, and it’s the mode your vehicle defaults to every time you switch it on. This mode is the perfect balance of excitement, comfort, and convenience. This is the default mode after each ignition cycle.

 

Sport mode


Sport mode is intended for spirited driving, offering improved performance handling and response. This mode increases accelerator pedal response and provides a sportier steering feel. The powertrain system holds onto lower gears longer, helping your vehicle accelerate faster.

 

Slippery mode


Slippery mode should be used for driving on a surface covered with ice, snow, heavy rain or some other slippery material that reduces available grip. This mode reduces throttle response and optimises gear shifting for slippery surfaces.

 

Sand mode


Select sand mode for off-road driving on soft, dry sand, deep gravel or deep snow. Power delivery is more aggressive and the system allows more wheel spin to achieve, maintain and increase momentum in the dunes.

 

Rock Crawl mode


Choose rock crawl mode when driving in rocky or undulating terrain where the vehicle will be bumping around. It’s been expertly developed to optimise throttle response and transmission shift point to enhance control of your vehicle.

 

Mud/Ruts mode


Mud/ruts mode enhances vehicle performance to drive across muddy, rutted, or uneven terrain. This is the mode to select if you’re driving on soft, deformable surfaces where you need to maintain momentum, while also using on demand wheel-spin to help clear muds or snow from your tyre tread.

 

Baja mode


Baja mode optimises the throttle for better response and torque delivery as well as maximising suspension performance in extreme off-road environments. This is the Raptor’s most extreme mode for on-the-limit driving.

Many of the default settings in these modes can be tailored to suit your needs - so enjoy configuring and driving your Ranger Raptor the way you want it. Happy off-roading!

 

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