2019 Ford Ranger Model Review

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0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
60 or 72  in.
Bed Length

What's New For The 2019 Ford Ranger?

The Ford Ranger has been brought back for 2019 after a seven-year-long hiatus. If it looks familiar, it is a reskinned version of the T6 Raptor, seen overseas. There's a trapezoidal grille, running lights (LED for higher trim levels), and a number of interior add-ons. The Ranger will now have a Wi-Fi hotspot, cruise control, and a 3.5-inch infotainment screen. An EcoBoost turbocharged engine will deliver plenty of performance, too.

2019 Ford Ranger Interior

What are the Trims for 2019?

The Ranger offers three trim levels, which are the XL, XLT, and Lariat. There are also two configurations that are available, including the SuperCab and the SuperCrew. This allows you to decide whether you want more space in the cab or the bed of the truck. Depending on the configuration, you can seat as many as five people. The base XL provides you with daytime halogen running lights, Applink, and a rearview camera as some of the amenities.

As you upgrade to the XLT, the most notable improvement is the power-locking tailgate. The Lariat, then, has the most features, with leather-trimmed seats, dual-zone AC, and a few extra safety features. All of the trim levels will provide you with remote keyless entry, cruise control, a locking glove box, and a USB port that is smart-charging. If you do a lot of towing, you may also want to look into the Smart Trailer Tow Connector.

The Ford Ranger has Robust Performance

2019 Ford Ranger Exterior FrontThe Ford Ranger now offers a four-cylinder, 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine. You can get 270 horsepower out of it with a 10-speed automatic transmission. If you want performance out of your compact pickup truck, Ford delivers. You have options between rear-wheel and four-wheel drive. Off-roaders will want to consider the FX4 off-road package, providing you with skid plates, off-road tuned shocks, and all-terrain tires. It also has a Terrain Management System similar to the Raptor. This allows you to choose what kind of terrain you will be driving on so that the performance can adjust accordingly.

Ford Ranger Safety Features

2019 Ford Ranger Exterior RearSafety is a top concern with Ford and it shows with the options found inside of the Ranger. You will have access to lane-keeping and pre-collision assist technology. The truck will be outfitted with a blind spot monitoring system, reverse sensors, and a tire pressure monitoring system. There will also be roll stability control and anti-lock brakes. When you opt for the Lariat trim level, you will also have pedestrian detection in the forward collision avoidance system. Adaptive cruise control will also be added. A full set of airbags and a post-crash alert system are in place to protect you in case of an accident. A LATCH system and child-safety locks are also in place when there are kids in the truck.

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