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Updated: 07/01/18
Ford Ranger

Segment: Compact Pickup

Drivetrain option(s): NA

Powertrain(s): NA

New 2019

The Ford Ranger, returning to the U.S. market has a mostly steel body, eschewing the aluminum diet the F series, Expedition and Lincoln Navigator have undergone. Instead of the multitude of powertrain options on the F-150, the Ranger will come with one: a 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission. Architecturally, the Ranger will differ little from the version sold outside the U.S., but it will be built in Michigan with parts sourced in North America.Interior and exterior designs have been changed to give the truck a more rugged look for U.S. buyers.


A left-hand-drive version of the Ford Ranger Raptor was spotted testing outside Detroit, the best hint yet that the automaker is bringing its performance midsize pickup stateside. The automaker launched a right-hand-drive Ranger Raptor earlier this year in overseas markets. The Raptor badge, introduced on the company's F-150 pickup, includes more powerful powertrains and a number of off-road performance features. PHOTO: BRIAN WILLIAMS/ SPIEDBILDE

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Brand Product Timeline: Ford


2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
Mustang Freshen
Fusion Freshen
Edge Freshen
Transit Connect Freshen
EcoSport New
Transit Freshen
Ranger New
Focus Redesign
Model E New
Escape Redesign
C-segment crossover New
Super Duty Freshen
Explorer Redesign
Mustang Redesign
F-150 Redesign
Bronco New
Edge Redesign
Autonomous vehicle New
Expedition Freshen

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