New Ford Ranger



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A truck can be very handy to have on hand. But, the way some television ads put it, pickups are for construction sites and the kinds of work you see on Dirty Jobs. But most people have a yard, furniture to haul, trips to the dump and hardware store. Just about everyone could benefit from a truck, and it doesn’t need to be a full-size pickup. That’s where the 2020 Ford Ranger comes in. A midsize truck that can maneuver your backyard or downtown streets with ease and still tow and haul reliably.

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2019 Ford Ranger

The all-new 2019 Ford Ranger is both rugged and refined, a mid-size truck that moves best-in-class payloads and wraps you in comfort at the same time. Midsize truck shoppers are typically after a truck that leaves less of a footprint than a full-size model. Basically, they want all of the truck utility without having to spend too much on fuel and upkeep. The Ranger definitely obliges, delivering hefty capabilities without maxing out your fuel budget. Its turbocharged powertrain gives you the best of both worlds—power and fuel economy. But Ford’s all-new midsize truck doesn’t just specialize in utility. The Ranger also delivers a long list of modern safety features and lots of options, so you can essentially create the pickup truck that works for you.

2019 Ford F-150 vs Ford Ranger

When comparing a full-size pickup like the F-150 to a compact truck like the Ranger, we need to get one thing straight right away. These are two excellent vehicles in two distinct classes. The F-150 is five inches taller, six inches wider, and up to forty inches longer, depending on cab and bed configurations. They are worlds apart. A full-size pickup truck is always going to be better at a few things than a compact truck, just as a compact truck is better than a pickup in some areas. In this comparison between the 2019 Ford F-150 and the Ford Ranger we spell it out.

2019 Ford Ranger vs Toyota Tacoma

The 2019 Ford Ranger and Toyota Tacoma combine modern creature comforts with sturdy hauling capabilities. They have so much in common that you might find yourself struggling to choose just one. Worry not—our comparison guide is here to help.

2020 Ford Ranger vs Chevrolet Colorado

If you’re in the market for a mid-size truck, you’ve probably taken a look at the Ford Ranger and the Chevrolet Colorado. Both can accommodate a buyer that’s looking for a capable, all-around truck, but let’s really take a look at what both of these trucks have to offer. In this comparison guide, we’ll show you how the Ford Ranger and Chevrolet Colorado stack up.

2020 Ford Ranger vs Honda Ridgeline

The 2020 Ford Ranger and Honda Ridgeline are two midsize pickup trucks with a lot on the agenda, from strong towing performance to street-smart technology. Choosing between these trucks can be tough, but our comparison guide can help.

2020 Ford Ranger vs Jeep Gladiator

Choosing between the 2020 Ford Ranger and Jeep Gladiator doesn’t have to be difficult. Once you get to know these midsize trucks a little better, it’s easy to tell which one is right for you. Our comparison guide is here to help you on your way.

New Ford Ranger

The 2021 Ford Ranger delivers a decidedly muscular performance with a twist of modern comfort. This midsize truck also makes sure you have all the high-tech safety and infotainment features you crave, with a long list of options to optimize your daily drive.

2021 Ford Ranger vs Chevy Colorado

At first glance, the 2021 Ford Ranger and Chevy Colorado seem to have everything in common. And that’s exactly why it’s so hard to choose between these midsize trucks. But we’re here to help. Check out our comparison guide for a closer look at each pickup.

2022 Ford Ranger

With its clean-cut lines and rugged capabilities, the 2022 Ford Ranger is always ready for a closeup. If you’re shopping for punchy power and modern adventure, don’t miss out on Ford’s midsize truck.

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**Demonstrator Vehicles and out of service loaner vehicles, are still eligible for applicable new retail rebates and incentives. These vehicles are no longer considered new as they have been driven as demonstrators or have served in our service loaner fleet. The manufacturer Warranty of these vehicles may be different than the manufacturer of a similar new vehicle and may include more or less coverage depending on its use and Ford’s current policies. Please consult your dealer for current details of the warranty and incentives.