Is the New 2020 Ford Ranger Right for You?


With three different trim options to choose from, the new Ford Ranger is a mid-size pickup truck that is ready for your next adventure. Whether you’re driving around locally or going off-road, the Ranger has the features and capabilities you need and a range of styles to choose from.

The Ranger is designed for towing up to 7,500 pounds along with a 1,860 payload capacity with its 2.3-liter EcoBoost® engine. This engine has best-in-class torque for gas engines, providing you with up to 310 pound-feet of torque and 270 horsepower as well.

This twin-scroll turbocharged engine is paired with a ten-speed automatic transmission from SelectShift that provides smoother shifting along with three overdrive gears.

A fully-boxed high-strength steel frame is the foundation of the Ranger and is reinforced with six cross members. Frame-mounted steel bumpers add durability and have tow hooks mounted for added functionality.

The suspension system on the Ranger has an independent, double A-arm front suspension that works to provide additional control on rough terrain. Nitrogen gas-pressurized shocks work to smooth out your ride and are designed to provide heat dissipation as well.

Driver-assist features such as the available Blind Spot Information System is designed to work even when you have a trailer attached with the trailer coverage feature. It will alert you when it detects vehicles in your blind spot, whether it’s along your trailer or truck.

When you are backing up, available features such as Cross-Traffic Alert will warn you when you are backing out of a parking spot so you can travel more safely.

In addition to the adaptive cruise control on many other Ford vehicles, the Ranger has the option of equipping Trail Control. This system will manage the throttle and braking on an individual wheel basis while also keeping you at a constant speed and comes as a part of the FX4 Off-Road Package.

The Terrain Management System is another feature of the package and gives you different drive modes such as normal, grass/gravel/snow, and sand. These will automatically adapt the transmission, engine, and other vehicle systems to the changing terrain conditions.

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If the new 2020 Ford Ranger sounds like it could be the right fit for you, browse our new Ford Ranger selection to find out all that it has to offer!

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