2020 Ford Troller TX4

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Ford Motor Company has had a foothold in Brazil since 1919. In 2007, Troller partnered with Ford to continue to produce their SUV, the Troller T4.

100% Brazilian-made, the 2020 Ford Troller TX4 is an exciting development. Troller’s new TX4 introduces an automatic transmission, a locking rear differential with an electronic button accessible on the center console and much more. Longtime fans of the Troller T4 SUV are excited to see the new innovations and improvements being introduced with the TX4.

The 2020 Ford Troller TX4 has a sharp style, and offers three unique, bold color options for the exterior. Troller also offers additional equipment such as a snorkel, steel front and rear bumpers, stirrups and protectors to handle anything in its path. More options include Pirelli Scorpion MTR 245/70 R17 flat tires, bright white headlights, automatic ignition, Hella LED lights, Isofix hooks, and three-point seat belts with driver usage alerts included for all occupants.

Additionally, the Troller TX4 offers a double glass sunroof, dual zone digital air conditioning, as well as electric mirrors and windows. Other features include an on-board computer, an alarm, and a panel set up for the installation of off-road navigation devices.

The interior also features many unique features such as orange air vents and custom seating with orange stitching. Similar to the T4’s multimedia center, the Troller features a JBL Harman Smart Car Drive with a 6.75 inch screen. This multimedia center offers Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity to give drivers a user-friendly interface they are familiar with.

Great on or off-road, the 2020 Ford Troller TX4 features a six-speed automatic transmission with a specific calibration designed to improve performance across all types of terrain. Three driving modes offer operators more options to suit their needs. A Duratorq 3.2 liter diesel five-cylinder engine offers 200 hp and a torque rating of 470 Nm.

The 2020 Ford Troller TX4 is available at dealerships right now. Although, since they are only available in South America, getting behind the wheel may be tricky for many enthusiasts.

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