Ford Ranger fans, the Splash is back. The much-loved special appearance package from the 1990s is making a comeback, reimagined for today and starting with the 2022 Ford Ranger Splash Package. I remember this popular package from when it came out in 1993.
“Ranger customers love to personalize their trucks – more than 80% customize their Ranger with an appearance package – and with Splash, we’re giving them something exclusive,” said Chad Callandar, Ford Ranger marketing manager. “Every few months, we’re going to roll out another exterior color for Ranger that will be offered one time only and in very limited quantities.”
Splash Package and Splash Limited Edition
Ford outlines two Splash styles in its Press Release, the Splash Package and Splash Limited Edition. The Splash Package will be available all model year. It features body-side orange and black graphics, orange grille nostrils, plus gloss black accents on the grille, bumpers, rearview mirror caps, wheel lip moldings and fender vents. The Splash Ranger rides on special 18-inch 12-spoke wheels finished in matte black. In the cabin, you'll find exclusive seats with orange contrast stitching and unique carbon grain with tuxedo stripes – leather-trimmed in Lariat. Orange contrast stitching also appears on the steering wheel, gear shifter and parking brake boot. Lariat models get orange accent stitching on front and rear armrests and on the dash top.
You can also combine the Splash Package with the FX2 or FX4 Package if you want to add more off-road capability.
Ford will also be offering a more limited edition Splash. Every few months it will release a series of one-time-only hues with just a few hundred vehicles available. They'll also feature 18-inch matte black wheels and a unique combination of exterior and interior content and finishes. The Splash – Snow Edition kicks off the first batch.
You can add the Ranger Splash Package on SuperCrew XLT and Lariat trim models. It's priced at $1,495 and deliveries start at the end of the year. Ford assembles the Ranger at its Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, Michigan.
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