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Ford Ranger Wildtrak 4x4 Child Restraint Fitting Guide

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Ford Ranger Wildtrak 4x4 2010 - back seat
 Ford Ranger 2010

Child Restraint Fitting Guide



Body Type

Manufactured Date

Tested Date

Number passengers

Child Seat Capacity

Ford Ranger Wildtrak 4x4 Ute Mar-10 Jun-10  5 2

Test Areas - to be scored out of 5 with 5 being the best

Test Area

Baby Capsule

Hi-Liner SG booster seat

AHR convertible seat

Ease of fitment  
Seat belt usability  
Location of anchor points  



Knee - Front Dash Space (Measured from the dash at around knee high- to the front edge of the cushion seat) Left 29cm, Right 27cm
Seat Cushion Width (Measured across the inner area from edge to edge) 130.5cm
Passenger rear Door Aperture - Roof Height (in-line with seat cushion edge) 104.5cm
Ground-Lower roof sill (measured vertically to cushion seat edge) 166cm
Rear door opening width (measured across the middle) 55cm

Comments on any problems or obstacles that are found during the fitting process

  • 2x child restraints were fitted across rear seat, as there's only two anchor points.
  • No tether brackets fitted.Rear door opening is narrow.

Load Space (sedans, hatchbacks & wagons)

Load Space

Boot length (Across the centre)
Boot width (Across the middle)
Boot height Under sun shade cover (5-door vehicles)
Boot lip height Under cover (if fitted)
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The information in this document should only be used as a guide. It may change at any given time depending on the child restraints on the market and changes to the motor vehicle models specified. You should make further enquires about the suitable restraint and vehicle for your needs.

While we endeavour to ensure the information is complete and up-to-date, we make no warranty or assurance or make any representations as to the accuracy or completeness or any other aspect of the information. We accept no responsibility for any loss, damage, cost or expense incurred by you as a result of your reliance on any part of it.

We do not endorse or warrant (in any way) any third party products or services by virtue of any information contained in this document.

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