Ford is Taking Steps to Make Sure the 2019 Ranger Hits the Road "Ford Tough"

When the Ford Ranger first left the market, there were more than a few drivers who were disappointed by the mid-sized gap it left in Ford's truck lineup. In 2019, however, Ford will be bringing the Ranger back with a brand new model aimed at reclaiming its place in the market.

Knowing how important strength and performance are to its customers, Ford is pulling out all the stops with the 2019 Ranger. "We torture every component – from its high-strength steel frame to its EcoBoost® engine to its cloth, and leather-trimmed seats," said chief engineer Rick Bolt. "[We want] to ensure Ranger is ready for any season and nearly any terrain."

Utilizing vehicle tests originally devised for the Ford F-150, the new Ranger is being run through a gamut of tests ranging from robotic stress tests to high-temperature towing. The vehicle itself comes equipped with a powerful 2.3-liter EcoBoost 4-cylinder engine that's capable of 310 horsepower and 320 pounds-feet of torque. With additional features available like built-in Wi-Fi, a terrain management system, and safety features like blind-spot monitoring, it's looking to be a powerful midsized option for truck drivers shopping in the pickup truck segment.

Would you like to get in on the ground floor of the 2019 Ford Ranger experience? Get in touch with us at Vance Country Ford in Guthrie, OK. We'd love the opportunity to tell you more about this exciting new truck. We can also show you other options from our inventory of new Ford models. If you can't wait for the Ford Ranger, we can point you in the direction of an F-150 that we're sure you'll love.

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