Ranger fans rejoice! If you've been waiting to put down a reservation for the all-new Ford Ranger, now you can.

Starting today, Ford is now accepting reservations for the next-generation Ranger at all authorized dealerships nationwide. Interested customers can contact or visit their nearest Ford dealership and be among the first to get their hands on the all-new pick-up truck.

Besides opening the order books for the Philippines, the automaker has unveiled the starting price for the Ranger which will begin at PHP 1.198 million. That's right, the all-new pick-up truck will begin at less than PHP 1.2 million.

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“The next-generation Ranger will soon be arriving in the Philippines, and we’re truly excited to work with our dealers to begin accepting reservations this month. The huge anticipation towards the next-gen Ranger is truly gaining ground – from the positive feedback we’re seeing on social media and getting from our dealers, partners, and employees, so we’re starting our launch festivities on a high note by kicking off reservations ahead of our local reveal,” said Mike Breen, managing director of Ford Philippines.

Taking design cues from Ford's global truck portfolio, the Ranger gets a bold new design, a wider stance, a larger grille, and increased width and wheelbase. It also gets the new C-shaped clamp LED headlights that give the Ranger a tougher and bolder look.

When it comes to amenities, the all-new Ranger will be available with either a 10-inch or 12-inch touchscreen infotainment system. It's powered by the latest SYNC 4A and has wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for easier smartphone pairing.

Power-wise, the next-gen pick-up will be available with two turbo-diesel options: a 2.0-liter bi-turbo version that's mated to a 10-speed automatic, and a 2.0-liter single turbo variant that's connected to a 6-speed automatic or manual transmission. For extra security, the next-gen Ranger will also deliver more confidence on and off the road with a suite of safety features and new driver assistance systems like a 360-degree camera.

Want to know more about the all-new Ford Ranger while you wait? Check out our first drive article of the 2023 Ranger when we drove it in Thailand last month and see for yourself the improvements Ford made on their popular pick-up truck.