2019 Ford Ranger Performance
The 2019 Ford Ranger will be powered by a standard, 2.3L EcoBoost® engine, with Auto Start-Stop, paired to Ford’s 10-speed automatic transmission. This means that the 2019 Ford Ranger will create both great power and excellent fuel economy, in a very smooth, easy to drive mid-size truck. It is also loaded with standard and available features, like the Ford FX4 Off-Road package, which has a status screen that monitors the steering angle of the front wheels, as well as the pitch and roll of the truck; all terrain tires with an aggressive tread pattern provide excellent traction for all of your off-road journeys, while bash and skid plates protect the undercarriage of the truck. Ford’s Terrain Management System™ has four modes, which you can shift into on the fly, mapping out throttle, transmission, and shifting points depending on the terrain you are tackling. And the Electronic Locking Rear Differential will help aid you in low-traction scenarios, or when tackling a steeper grade like a boat launch. Meanwhile, available Trail Control™ acts as an off-road cruise control feature to keep you moving anywhere from 2 to 24 km/h, engaging the engine, transmission, and brakes.
2019 Ford Ranger Safety, Technology, & Appearance
Half the fun of the 2019 Ford Ranger is its off-road capabilities; in addition to the above mentioned skid and bash plates, the majority of the Ranger including the front and rear bumpers is built from steel for extra durability. There is also a host of Ford truck technology available on the 2019 Ranger. From BLIS®, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane-Keeping System, and Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection, you know you will be safe whether cruising through the city or taking on the trail. The 2019 Ford Ranger is also equipped with SYNC Connect, which creates an in-vehicle WiFi hotspot that can connect up to 10 devices, up to 50 feet from the vehicle. Ford wants you to stay connected, so that you can share your adventures with all.
The 2019 Ford Ranger is an excellent choice for those who need a mid-sized, not a full-size, truck. With that being said, it is offered in both SuperCab and SuperCrew models, in either rear-wheel or 4-wheel drive, and with either XL, XLT, or Lariat trim levels. There will be both Chrome and Sport appearance packages offered, with a choice of 8 different exterior colour options and 8 different wheel designs. Further options, such as LED headlight and tail lamps, and a standard handbrake, create a truck that is both rugged and versatile, with a nod to the Ranger’s storied past as well as the technology that drives Ford toward the future. Come by Team Ford today to find out more about the 2019 Ford Ranger, and what it will take to get you into one.