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The most possible option that will be found under the hood of the 2019 Ford Troller T4 Rescue is a 3.2-liter turbocharged inline-5 diesel engine that has been found in the European 2019 Ford Ranger. Such an engine is expected to deliver 197 horsepower and 347 pound-feet of torque.
Inside, the Troller T4 is designed to be easily hosed down after some mudding in the Brazilian back country. View 4 Photos Ford's Troller T4 will be built in Brazil, for Brazil.
The Troller T4 is a four-wheel drive vehicle made by Troller Veículos Especiais S/A. It is available only as a two-door car with a fibreglass body and steel chassis, with a design inspired by the Jeep .
Latest example of "the more you can't have it, the more you want it" is the Brazilian Ford Troller T4. Announced in Sao Paulo over the weekend, the new jeep-like Troller T4 is the first model ...
Ford Troller T4 Car people have gotten used to seeing things we can't have — whether it's some incredible concept vehicle, or a model that will never be available in our country — and the Ford Troller T4 is just another example of something we can see but never touch.
The Ford Troller T4 model is a perfect model for you if you love off road adventures. The Ford Company announced that we can expect brand new model named 2017 Ford Troller T4.
The Ford Troller T4 is an off-road SUV and is extremely popular in South America. Blue Oval bought Troller ten years ago. In 2014, Troller T4 received a total redesign that is still present.
Troller is a new addition under Ford automobile. It will be launching a new model with the name, 2017 Ford Troller T4. By combining the ideas of both the company, Ford has decided to replace their old T4 model although they would have an almost similar look.
Troller is a small manufacturer that Ford recently bought and that now exists as a division of the Ford Motor Company in Brazil. The Troller T4 you see here is the brand’s replacement for the ...
Exterior Design. The new 2015 Ford Troller T4 SUV is mostly based on the 2012 Troller TR-X Concept, which was presented two years ago at the Auto Show in Sao Paulo.This Jeep-like model can also be regarded as the reborn 2015 Ford Bronco.As you can see from the photo above, it does resemble the 2004 Concept model.