The 2019 Ford Ranger is Built Ford Tough

Built Ford Tough: Ford answers the call from truck customers looking for an affordable, rugged, and maneuverable midsize pickup that's Built Ford Tough; torture-tested alongside Ford F-150 trucks, 2019 Ford Ranger quality starts with a rugged high-strength steel frame backbone, proven Ford-built 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine and class-exclusive 10-speed automatic transmission. Torture-tested alongside Ford F-150 trucks, Ranger quality starts with a rugged high-strength steel frame backbone, proven Ford-built 2.3-liter EcoBoost® engine and class-exclusive 10-speed automatic transmission. The Ford Ranger Raptor powertrain features cutting edge technology to offer more power and torque, better fuel economy, less weight and with off-road specific calibrations for engine, transmission, driveline, steering, brakes and Electronic Stability Control (ESC) system. Drivers who have their heart set on the Ford Ranger can further customize the midsize pickup truck with available Chrome and Sport appearance packages and the FX4 Off-Road Package.



Those seeking more hardcore off-road thrills can option Ranger with an available FX4 Off-Road Package, which includes bash plates, upgraded tires, off-road-tuned shocks and suspension, and Ford's Terrain Management System and Trail Control, similar to the same system found in F-150 Raptor including drive modes for grass; gravel and snow; mud and ruts; and sand. (Incidentally, both those models also find their origins in global models after being absent from the American market for a number of years.) Gone is the regular-cab Ranger, replaced with SuperCab and SuperCrew models—the latter offered for the first time with the nameplate in the US. Doing the hard work of keeping this truck going is a 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine, and while Ford did not detail output figures, it should produce about 250 horsepower and 300 lb-ft of torque. At launch, the Ranger will get an optional FX4 Off-Road Package, including a Terrain Management System derived from the one in the F-150 Raptor Like similar systems offered by numerous other manufacturers, Ford's automatically tailors different vehicle settings for different types of terrain.

When the 2019 Ford Ranger in Fenton, Michigan finally arrives in the Lasco Ford showroom, buyers will be getting a highly capable midsize pickup truck that is designed to perform and handle as well on the road as it does off of it. A new off-road-themed trim, the FX4, adds protective skid plates, off-road-ready tires and a terrain management system to give drivers of the 2019 Ranger unparalleled confidence on almost any surface conditions. However, the Ranger returns stateside better than ever for the 2019 model-year with a sophisticated EcoBoost engine, 10-speed automatic transmission, advanced off-road features, and many state-of-the art technologies. While the Ranger's been off the market in America for six years, it's continued to be available to international drivers, and Ford's design team adapted that truck's chassis design to American predilections, creating the streamlined, solid 2019 Ford Ranger made of high-strength Ford steel.

For now, you can shop our current pickup trucks, and check back on a regular basis to test-drive the all-new 2019 Ford Ranger! The 2019 Ford Ranger answers the call with an all-new midsize pickup featuring a new exterior design, chassis and powertrain developed specifically for North American truck customers. When you slide into the driver's seat of the 2019 Ford Ranger in Fenton, MI, there is no doubt that the midsize pickup truck is - Built Ford Tough.

With a 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine, high-strength steel frame and 10-speed automatic transmission, the new Ranger brings modern tech to the midsize truck segment. The new 2019 Ford Ranger has a single powertrain package under its twin-power-dome hood: Ford's 2.3-litre EcoBoost four-cylinder engine, mated a 10-speed automatic transmission - an exclusive in the segment. As demand for midsize trucks continues to grow in the U.S., Ford is targeting the 2019 Ranger at a new generation of truck buyers, who want an adventurous vehicle that's easy to live with in the city.

Powered by a 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine, with a high-strength steel frame and 10-speed automatic transmission, the new Ranger brings modern technology to the midsize truck segment. Today, Ford officially revealed the Ranger Raptor, an extreme off-road version of its popular midsize pickup truck. The EcoBoost engine will be coupled to the same 10-speed automatic transmission used in the F-150 , with standard rear-wheel drive or optional four-wheel drive.

Nothing official has been released yet when it comes to the cost of the 2019 Ford Ranger, but in comparison to other competing midsize trucks, the base model could range anywhere from $20,000 to upwards of $25,000. "The standout experience of the Ranger Raptor, hands down, is how far you can push it off-road versus any other available production road vehicle in our markets, and still ride like a millionaire on-road," said Damien Ross, Chief Program Engineer, Ranger Raptor, Ford Motor Company. Designed by Ford Performance team for the true enthusiast off-roader, Ford Ranger Raptor strengthens Ford's commitment to deliver high performance pickup trucks to our customers.

The midsize pickup truck market is about to get a big dose of Ford Tough” thanks to the upcoming release of the all-new 2019 Ford Ranger. The North American Ford Ranger Raptor could debut sometime later this year before going on sale as a 2019 model year vehicle. The exterior of the 2019 Ford Ranger has been updated to appeal to the driver who still prefers a real pickup truck to an SUV.

Both FX2 and FX4 models include an electronically locking rear differential, three functional steel skid plates that are mounted to the frame and protect the engine and transmission, off-road-tuned shocks, and all-terrain tires. But while this new North American-market Ranger shares the Aussie truck's basic platform, it's been thoroughly re-engineered to meet our crash safety standards. All three 2019 Ford Ranger trim levels will feature a 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine , meaning the big difference between the three will be their standard and available features.

Marking Ford's reentry into the midsize truck segment, the all-new 2019 Ranger lineup not only needs to live up to the expectations placed on all midsize trucks, but also the expectations placed on all new Ford trucks. The 2019 Ford Ranger pickup has a whole host of standard and available safety features that will provide you with peace of mind. With three distinct available 2019 Ford Ranger trims, every truck aficionado can drive home in the ideal pickup for their style and preferences.

In addition to rugged design elements, the Ford Ranger FX4 Off-Road Package will add a Terrain Management System with four driver-selectable terrain modes, all-new Trail Control technology and Dana® AdvanTEK® axles to upgrade performance. A perfect combination of power, toughness, capability, style, efficiency, technology and affordability, the next-generation 2019 Ford Ranger is a welcome addition to the popular midsize pickup truck segment. Demand for midsize trucks continues to grow in the U.S., and the 2019 Ranger is perfect for a new generation of truck buyers who want an adventurous vehicle that's easy to live with in the city.

If you have been searching for an affordable, maneuverable and efficient midsize pickup, Ford now has the perfect truck for you - the all-new 2019 Ford Ranger. With Ford's experience in leading the pickup truck sales race for decades, it's hard to imagine the new Ranger not being a huge hit.  Visit Lasco Ford in Fenton, MI 48430 to learn more about the 2019 Ford Ranger and get the best pricing in the market.  

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