- Still little known on the European scene, but known and appreciated among traditional off-road enthusiasts (the one who travels all-wheel drive and reduced gears so to speak) Troller is an established Brazilian company. Joined the Ford Galaxy in 2007, it has been on the 4×4 market since 1997 with a series of off-road models very popular in Brazil and its top models are represented by the T4 and a pick-up called Pantanal.
Thanks to the use of components from other vehicles, many of which are out of production, Troller has managed to significantly reduce production costs which, in most cases, are particularly suitable for the South American market. In recent weeks, the Brazilian company has presented the MY 2020 version of the Troller T4, widely revised especially in aesthetics and new color combinations.
The improvements of the new Troller T4 provide for new combinations in body colors and interior fittings, as well as new wheel designs. Outside, the off-road vehicle, based on the Ford Ranger, presents a new color (Dark London Gray) which is applied to the front grille, the bumpers, the fender finishes, the mirror caps, the roof (including the spoiler) and the hood. of the trunk. The new color underlines a strong contrast with the six available colors, as in the Dakar yellow case used in the models chosen for the debut. Other available colors include Arizona Red, Diamond White, metallic Silver Frost, pearl effect Maragogi Green and Gray Moscow. A further contrast is provided by the 17-inch alloy wheels painted in ebony black. The shades of Dark London Gray is also re-proposed inside the passenger compartment, with inserts on the dashboard, on the central console, on the side armrests and on the speaker supports. Standard equipment includes dual-zone air conditioning, JBL Harman Smart CarDrive multimedia system with 6.75-inch screen and Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, power windows and mirrors, on-board computer, alarm system, split rear seats and waterproof interior .
- No change in the structure of the vehicle, which continues to be built on a tubular metal structure, combined with a fiberglass bodywork. As for the engine, the new Troller T6 is equipped with the same 3.2-liter 5-cylinder Duratorq turbodiesel, which develops a power of 200 hp and a maximum torque of 470 Nm. The engine is also combined with a manual transmission. six-speed connected to a 4×4 traction system that offers 4×2, 4×4 with reduced gears and 4×4 with high gears (usable only up to a maximum speed of 120 km). To enhance the off-road qualities of the new Troller T4 also contribute the self-locking rear differential with Trac-Lock system, the mixed-use tires, the integrated crankcase and the protections on the sides; the standard equipment is completed by the double glazed sunroof, the snorkel air intake and the sealed LED taillights. Prices for the Troller T4 2020 (not available outside of Brazil) vary according to the versions and type of set-up and start from a minimum of € 30,170 uro.