The Tank 300 frame SUV, manufactured by Great Wall, has received the Ranger version, designed, as the name implies, for off-road enthusiasts. The main difference between such a tank and a conventional tank is its reinforced suspension. It uses components from the K-Man company, which supplies the racing teams, which are finalized with the support of the Yunliang tuning workshop.
The upgraded Tank 300 Ranger gets K-Man Off-Road shocks with Eibach coil springs. They are distinguished by remote reservoirs and a more robust design, which means they allow more liberties when driving over rough terrain. In addition, they provide a compression level adjustment. At the same time, the tank’s suspension scheme remained the same: wishbones at the front and a continuous axle at the rear.
The Ranger has other new additions: a power bumper with a Warn winch, a hood with ventilation slots, more massive wheel arch extensions, metal footpegs, a snorkel, as well as wheels with beadlocks and BFGoodrich All Terrain T / A off-road tires. All this is intended to strengthen the all-terrain image of both the model and the Tank brand as a whole.
But the power unit is standard for a “techsotka”. The 2.0 petrol turbo engine develops 227 horsepower and is combined with an eight-speed automatic. The drive is connected full, with a reduction gear, electronic blocking of cross-axle and center differentials. The Ranger’s suggested retail price is RMB 248,800 (just over UAH 1 million).