There are some standout elements to the Wildtrak - it’s not limited to the model-specific paint work and the decals on the doors, as there is a unique dark grey finish on the grille, door handles, mirror caps, fog-light surrounds and rear step bumper. There’s also a silver bash plate on the front bumper, sturdy side steps with metallic elements, the rear-end has a sailplane sports bar and tub topper, and this grade also gets a roller top hard tonneau as standard issue.
It takes the attractive, masculine appearance of the regular Ranger and adds some sporty elements, though it still lags behind some rivals as it doesn’t have LED headlights (HID) or tail-lights (halogen), though it does have LED daytime running lights.
The interior has a number of model-specific design touches, many of which may fly in the face of a real tradie truck: part leather seats with Wildtrak embroidery, plus orange stitching throughout the cabin and a different leather steering wheel cover, too. The dark grey plastic look is mirrored in the cabin, with a dash insert also letting your passengers know they’re in the Wildtrak.