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A Midsize Truck with a Tough and Capable Core | The Upcoming Ford Ranger

If you are a Ford aficionado in Youngstown or nearby Boardman or Poland, OH, and an admirer of the exceptional trucks that many adore year after year, the impending Ford Ranger is sure to get you excited. You will find that the midsize pickup will sport a tough design and head-turning style along with a suite of trim possibilities. And, the performance of the truck will be able to make ventures throughout your workday simple as well as your venturous getaways feel exhilarating. What specifics can you expect from the future Ford Ranger? Experience a preview today!

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A Design Capable for On- and Off-Road

When it comes to exterior options that the truck will offer, there are plenty of vibrant color possibilities that you will have the opportunity to explore. From Saber and Hot Pepper Red to Lightning Blue and Magnetic, you will stand out whether your adventures take you throughout town or off the guided road. And while the pickup will have striking looks as is, you will have the ability to choose from the Sport Appearance Package and Chrome Appearance Package to add a unique style to your pickup. The available FX4 Off-Road Package will also add to the level of bold skills and style that the truck offers with all-terrain tires as well as bash and skid plates.

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Power and Ability for All Types of Terrain

How will the Ford Ranger perform? With a lean and commanding drive with the liter EcoBoost® engine and effortless handling from the speed automatic transmission, you are in for a treat. And with superior throttle and brake control that the available Trail Control™ feature will offer, conquering harsh landscapes will seem easy. Even throughout inclement conditions like snow or mud, the offered Terrain Management System™ that you will be able to acquire for the truck can handle it. Along with these items, the pickup will offer rear-locking differential that can lend a hand in harsh driving environments.

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Technology to Assist and Provide Entertainment

From keeping a connection throughout your journeys with the available FordPass™ Connect to the offered SYNC® 3 system that will bring along fun elements like Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, there will be many features to opt for with the Ford Ranger. The assistive and safety amenities that the pickup will offer are also notable. If you plan on towing, the trailer coverage component that you can utilize with the available Blind Spot Information System can be convenient, and there will be offered features as well like Adaptive Cruise Control and a Lane-Keeping System.

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Ford Ranger Trims

Along with the series of exhilarating choices for features and performance aspects that the Ford Ranger will have to browse through, there will be a stunning assortment of trim options that you will have the chance to discover as well. What trims will the Ford Ranger offer? You will be able to choose from the: Ford Ranger XL Ford Ranger XLT Ford Ranger LARIAT

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Get Details On the Ford Ranger at Donnell Ford

Do you want to get additional information about the upcoming Ford Ranger? Don't hesitate to keep in touch with us at Donnell Ford or pop into our Ford dealership near Austintown and Canfield, OH, to talk to an associate. From the technology and aggressive design to commendable performance that it will offer, there is much for East Liverpool area motorists to get excited about when discovering this impending Ford truck. Visit us at Market Street!

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Is the new Ford Ranger reliable?

The Ford Ranger re-entered the American lineup in , so we only have a couple years to look at in terms of reliability. What we found is kind of interesting.

For a completely new model returning after an 8-year hiatus, we’d expect to see some glaring problem, like we did with the Jeep Gladiator.

But we didn’t.

Looking at issues logged on CarComplaints.com as well as recalls on NHTSA.gov and overall reliability on Consumer Reports, the new Ford Ranger actually comes off looking pretty good in the reliability arena. However, the Ranger isn’t without a few minor issues – and it is still lagging behind its competitors.

Recalls from NHTSA

So far, the Ranger has only had eight total recalls for and models – six of those were for the model. The biggest recall covering most of the vehicles sold (72, out of 83,) pertained to inoperative taillights. That’s not ideal, and sure, there’s crash potential, but this isn’t something like an exploding engine that will set your vehicle on fire. To us, this is a fairly minor and easily fixed (for free) issue.

Speaking of fire, however, there were two separate recalls for the blower motor – one to fix a potential short (17,) and one to fix the fix in some of the repaired vehicles (5,).

There’s also a not insignificant recall for improperly installed front passenger seatbelts (7,).

The final two recalls are much smaller, affecting less than 3k vehicles each, but relate to the gearshift either incorrectly indicating the vehicle is in park or shifting out of park unintentionally.

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Screen shot from the NHTSA.gov website that shows a summary of recalls, complaints and investigations for Ford Ranger and Jeep Gladiator.

Fast forwarding to , and there have only been two recalls so far – one on the rearview camera and another for the gearshift.

The latter recall hearkens back to the first gearshift recall in February of , as it specifically relates to the speed transmission and the transmission selection not matching the indicated gear selection. Because Fs and Expeditions are also included in this recall, it’s unclear just how many Rangers were involved, but the total recall is for 55, vehicles.

It’s also worth noting that in these first two model years, the Ranger has only had a total of 50 customer complaints on the NHTSA website. As a reference point, if we compare this to the final two model years of the current-gen F, you’re looking at a total of 12 recalls and complaints.

Low rankings from Consumer Reports

With minimal complaints and recalls logged, that means the Ford Ranger has to be high on the Consumer Reports reliability lists, right? Wrong.

The model got a 1 out of 5 for overall reliability, and while it fared better for at 4 out of 5, it still ranks at the bottom of the midsize pickup truck reliability list.

So, what gives?

Well, Consumer Reports looks at how models have performed in the past to get a current ranking. Considering that the last Ranger was a model, which was at the end of its lifecycle, you have a big gap in time and technology to consider.

Plus, the reliability score is based on subscriber feedback. So, you not only have to own a Ranger but also subscribe to Consumer Reports, and there is no indication of how many people are providing feedback – it could be 1, or it could be 83,

Ford Ranger (Image courtesy of Ford Motor Co.)

The transmission, power equipment and drive system get the largest dings for , and in-car electronics and the HVAC system get the largest dings for So, there are no consistent trouble spots between the two model years, and there is a vast improvement between predicted reliability from to

What’s really weird about the Consumer Reports rankings, however, is that even though Ranger scores a 4 out of 5 for in terms of predicted reliability, it’s ranked last on the list of midsize pickup trucks with the – get this –Jeep Gladiator scoring the first.

What in the huh?

Nothing against Consumer Reports, but this is probably the most skewed raking system in existence – again, because there’s no indication of how many people are contributing to the results. If only one Ford Ranger owner responded and 20 Jeep Gladiator owners responded, and both had one person who had problems – well, you see the issue.

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A screen shot of the CarComplaints.com data on the Ford Ranger.

But what does this mean?

Frankly, we think it means the Ford Ranger is pretty solid.

We haven’t mentioned CarComplaints.com yet, and really, that’s because it only lists three complaints total for both and model years. All three are from , none are egregious, and none mirror the recalls.

If you’re trying to figure out how Consumer Reports factors in, we’d say the overall reliability rating of 4 out of 5 is what matters. Yes, other trucks are getting 5 out of 5, but considering Ford Ranger had an 8-year break, we’re ok with 4 out of 5.

That being said, we’d likely opt for over

A word (or ) about the old Ford Ranger

If you are looking at the older Ford Ranger, however, there are significantly more complaints and recalls. But you have to remember, those vehicles have had time to steep at this point. So, you’ll want to do more research into the specific vehicle you’re buying (do a VIN check!) because all these vehicles will be out of warranty, so all the repairs will be on you.

That being said, looking only at the s – all of which fall in Ranger’s third generation – this midsize truck from Ford fares pretty will in and It gets horrible rankings in , and It also appears there were some major engine complaints in , and Consumer Reports logged issues with engine cooling for that same year.

The bottom line on Ford Ranger reliability

The Ford Ranger’s rivals include the GMC Canyon, Chevy Silverado, Toyota Tacoma, Honda Ridgeline and Nissan Frontier – and four of the six trucks got 5 out of 5 predicted reliability scores from Consumer Reportsfor Only Ranger and Ridgeline did not – but they both scored 4 out of 5.

Every model has a lemon or two, so you always have to take rankings and complaints with a grain of salt. But what we were looking for was some kind of huge recognized problem – like the steering issue logged and subsequently fixed in the Gladiator – but there wasn’t one.

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Jill Ciminillo

Jill Ciminillo is a syndicated automotive writer. Jill also manages the “Drive, She Said” blog for ChicagoNow and posts reviews to DriveChicago. She is the president emeritus of the Midwest Automotive Media Association and has the distinction of being the first female president for that organization. She also serves as a judge for the Automotive Heritage Foundation Journalism Awards. Previously, Jill has been the automotive editor for the Sinclair Broadcast Group, the Chicago Sun-Times News Group and Pioneer Press Newspapers.

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Have you ever walked into a car dealership and asked the salesperson to show you the least reliable pickup on the lot? Probably not. And why would you? No one wants to buy a pickup only to find out that it’s not at all reliable. Unfortunately, when it comes to the Ford Ranger, it’s not all that reliable. Consider even the Ford Ranger, and you’ll find that its predicted reliability ratings are pretty dismal. So dismal, in fact, that you should probably consider choosing another pickup altogether.

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Reliability has always been a struggle for the Ford Ranger

The Ford Ranger isn’t known for being the most reliable pickup out there. When it was first introduced as a model, Consumer Reports gave it a two out of five reliability rating. In , the Ranger’s reliability rating plummeted to a one out of five. Though some older Ford Ranger models were able to manage a four out of five reliability rating, Consumer Reports’ data shows that, more often than not, the Ford Ranger struggled with reliability.

The Ranger’s reliability ratings didn’t change all that much when Ford reintroduced it in either. In fact, Consumer Reports gave the Ford Ranger a one out of five reliability rating. Fortunately, the model was able to earn a four out of five reliability rating.

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The Ford Ranger continues to struggle with reliability

Unfortunately for the Ford Ranger, it was unable to score what we would call an impressive reliability rating. Instead, Consumer Reports gave this year’s model a two out of five predicted reliability rating, which is pretty disappointing. Though, it does fall in line with what you would expect from the Ranger.

The good news is that Consumer Reports was careful to highlight the Ford Ranger’s most common trouble spots. So, if you decide to stick it out with this year’s Ranger, you’ll know what problems to look out for. 

As for those trouble spots? Consumer Reports notes that the Ford Ranger had issues with its climate system. Its in-car electronics also turned out to be pretty problematic. As for the Ford Ranger? Owners reported issues with its drive system, body paint and hardware, power equipment, and its in-car electronics. 

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You should probably consider one of these alternatives instead

The Ford Ranger isn’t the only pickup out there. So if you’d rather avoid it for a more reliable truck, that’s totally possible to do. Both the Honda Ridgeline and the Jeep Gladiator earned high marks from Consumer Reports. If you’re interested in upgrading to a full-size pickup, the Toyota Tundra also earned a four out of five predicted reliability rating from Consumer Reports.  

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The importance of choosing a reliable pickup truck

For new pickup shoppers, reliability ratings are key. After all, are you really the kind of car shopper that longs for a pickup that you can’t actually count on? Probably not. So, if you’re in the market for a reliable pickup, you may want to reconsider the Ford Ranger. Fortunately, there are plenty of other pickups out there, many of which have earned far better reliability ratings than the new Ford Ranger.

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Haul heavy loads or traverse off-road terrain in the Ford Ranger. This midsize pickup truck comes with a powerful engine and performance features that make it a thrill to drive. Read more to find out what else the Ford Ranger has to offer.

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Trim Levels (Exterior)

The Ford Ranger comes in three trim levels: the XL, XLT, and LARIAT. The Ranger also allows you to choose between two cab configurations, the extended cab (SuperCab) and the crew cab (SuperCrew). The extended cab configuration comes with a six-foot bed for cargo, while the crew cab configuration still provides buyers with a five-foot bed for cargo. The Ranger also has a power-locking tailgate and a capless fuel filler for driver ease, while automatic headlamps help increase your visibility during nighttime driving.

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Engine (Power)

All three trims for the Ford Ranger come with the Liter EcoBoost engine, which gets horsepower. This engine also has auto start/stop technology. This technology automatically switches off your engine when your vehicle comes to a stop, whether you are at a stoplight or stuck in traffic. Once your foot releases from the brake it automatically switches back on. This helps your vehicle preserve fuel. The Ranger's engine also comes with an electronic speed transmission with tow/haul mode and a SelectShift automatic transmission.

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The Ford Ranger provides drivers with excellent performance both on the road and on unpaved surfaces. Thanks to its fuel-efficient engine, the Ranger gets 21 miles per gallon in the city and 26 miles per gallon on the highway. You can tow a small trailer or boat with its 3,pound towing capacity and maintain better traction and towing power with the two-wheel-drive mode. For even more traction on wet or uneven surfaces, four-wheel drive is available for all trims. The Ford Ranger also has an independent front suspension, which helps you and your passengers enjoy a bump-free ride regardless of the terrain.

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The Ford Ranger's extended cab allows seating for four passengers, while the crew cab allows for five passengers. Regardless of which configuration you choose, there is plenty of room for family and friends with both of these options. The interior is loaded with fun and functional features like manual air conditioning or dual-zone electronic automatic temperature control for optimal comfort, 12VV power outlets for charging devices, SYNC or SYNC 3 infotainment systems, and front bucket seats.

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Safety Features

Each Ford Ranger comes with the Ford Co-Pilot Technology to help you navigate your journey safely. The standard safety features for the Ranger are pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking, BLIS (blind spot information system) with cross-traffic alert and trailer monitoring, automatic high beams, a lane-keeping system, adaptive cruise control, and rain-sensing windshield wipers. The Ranger also comes equipped with protective features should a collision occur, such as front and side canopy air bags for first and second-row passengers as well as the SOS post-crash alert system. This feature automatically blasts your horn and flashes your lights to attract attention in the event of a crash.

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Check Out the Ford Ranger If You Are in the Market for a New Truck

Don't let its size fool you. The compact but mighty Ford Ranger pickup truck holds its own. It features a powerful engine, a mid-sized pickup truck, best-in-class towing capacity of up to 7, lbs., and a payload capacity of 1, lbs. The Ford Ranger truck is also packed with interior features to keep you comfortable, weather you're driving to a job site in Williamston, commuting from Haslett, or tailgating in East Lansing.

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The Ford Ranger pickup truck features a liter four-cylinder, Ecoboost engine. It delivers an impressive, best-in-class hp and lb-ft of torque. The Ford Ranger's engine is the most powerful of any mid-sized pickup truck and outperforms many trucks with larger V-6 engines.

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Towing Capacity

TDue to its impressive engine, the Ford Ranger can tow most trailers, boats, and campers. The Ford Ranger has a towing capacity of up to 7, lbs. and a payload capacity of 1, lbs

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The Ford Ranger's standard SuperCab seats four and comes with a 6 foot bed. The optional SuperCrew cab configuration seats five and comes with a 5 foot bed. Four-way adjustable front seats come standard.

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Fuel Economy

The Ford Ranger leads the mid-sized pickup truck segment with EPA-estimated fuel economy of 21 mpg/city and 26/mpg highway.

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Features and Available Options

The Ford Ranger comes standard with electronic stability control with traction control, 4-wheel disc ABS brakes, six airbags and forward collision warning with pedestrian detection. Here at Merrill Ford Okemos we offer the Ford Ranger in XL, XLT, and the top-of-the-line Lariat trim lines.

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If a full-size F is larger and more capable than you need, the Ford Ranger is the mid-size Ford-brand pickup truck that should suit your lifestyle without draining your bank account. Instead of its bigger brother's V-6 and V-8 powertrains, the Ranger makes do with a turbocharged liter four-cylinder and a speed automatic transmission; rear-wheel drive is standard but all-wheel drive is available across the lineup. Towing and payload capacities are stout and are competitive with other mid-size pickups such as the Chevrolet Colorado and the GMC Canyon. If you’re looking for off-road capability, the Tremor model is your best bet for now, but we're still hoping Ford will come through with a Ranger Raptor model that will bring more performance to the equation.

What's New for ?

The cheeky Splash trim returns to the Ranger lineup for and it'll be available as a $ package on XLT and Lariat models. The Splash package shows off its Nineties flair with orange- and-black body-side graphics, unique inch matte-black wheels, orange grille trim, and gloss-black exterior accents. Inside, the Splash wears orange contrast stitching on the seats and special pin-striped trim. A Splash Limited Edition will also be available and will come in a variety of colors, but Ford will roll these out one-by-one and only offer a few hundred at a time before moving onto a new theme. A new Splash Limited Edition truck will launch every few months with a different color, with the Splash Snow Edition kicking off the series.

Pricing and Which One to Buy

If you’re going for value and performance, look to the base, XL extended-cab model, which Ford calls SuperCab. It has all the power and ride quality of the other Rangers, but thanks to its smaller cab, rear-drive configuration, and lower level of standard equipment it’s not as heavy as the XLT and Lariat trims, meaning it’ll get up to speed a little quicker. It comes standard with forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking—things that are only available on the Chevrolet Colorado's and the GMC Canyon's highest trims. Our first choice, however, is the SuperCrew crew-cab body style dressed in the mid-level XLT trim and equipped with four-wheel drive. We'd add the FX4 off-road suspension, a bed liner, and the A package that includes heated seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, dual-zone climate control, and an eight-inch touch-screen infotainment system.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance

Pop the hood of the Ford Ranger, and you'll be greeted by a turbocharged liter four-cylinder engine that generates horsepower and lb-ft of torque. There's enough muscle there to make the Ranger XLT we tested reasonably swift, and output is silky. Things get even more impressive with the lighter Ranger XL, which surprised us with its speed and agility when we put it through its paces at the track. With all Ranger trucks, a speed automatic rules the roost, and it provides shifts that are smooth and quick. Rear-drive models offer inches of ground clearance, while four-wheel-drive versions offer inches. The Ranger is available with a Terrain Management System that tweaks things like engine responsiveness and transmission gearing to optimize the truck's performance on various types of terrain. Four selectable drive modes are offered: Normal, Grass/Gravel/Snow, Mud/Ruts, and Sand.

Towing and Payload Capacity

When equipped with the optional tow package, the Ford Ranger can tow up to pounds, and when towing, the truck’s power delivery remains smooth and consistent. As for payload, the Ranger is good for up to pounds.

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

The EPA estimates the rear-wheel drive Ranger will earn up to 21 mpg city and 26 highway. The all-wheel-drive version has estimates as high as 20 mpg city and 24 highway, but the Tremor model sees both ratings drop to 19 mpg. We subjected three Rangers to our mph highway fuel-economy route, which is part of our extensive testing regimen. Two of these were crew-cab four-wheel-drive models, and they achieved 16 mpg and 15 mpg combined after some fairly aggressive driving. The third version was rear-wheel drive, and it achieved 25 mpg in highway testing. For more information about the Ranger's fuel economy, visit the EPA's website.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

Rangers are available as either an extended cab (SuperCab) or a crew cab (SuperCrew) model. The roomier SuperCrew seats up to five and comes with four full-size doors, while the SuperCab provides seating for four occupants and has two smaller half-doors. As in some other Ford products, the Ranger cabin's design and materials are inconsistent—mostly dull and littered with cheap plastics, but also fitted with small bits of trim that look and feel surprisingly upscale. Both the SuperCab and SuperCrew cabins are comfortable, however, and their controls are user-friendly.

Infotainment and Connectivity

The base XL model comes standard with a few infotainment and connectivity features including a four-speaker AM/FM audio system, a single USB port, and a Wi-Fi hotspot that can connect up to 10 devices. Upgrade to either the XLT or Lariat model, and you’ll get an inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability and SiriusXM satellite radio. An integrated navigation system and a speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system are both available.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

The Ranger comes standard with basic driver-assistance features but more advanced technology requires jumping to a higher trim or adding an option package. Luckily for those who want these systems, the option packages are relatively affordable. For more information about the Ranger's crash-test results, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) websites. Key safety features include:

  • Standard forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking
  • Available blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert
  • Available adaptive cruise control

Warranty and Maintenance Coverage

Ford provides the Ranger with a competitive warranty. Unlike the Toyota Tacoma, the Colorado, and the Canyon, the Ranger isn't available with complimentary scheduled maintenance.

  • Limited warranty covers 3 years or 36, miles
  • Powertrain warranty covers 5 years or 60, miles
  • No complimentary scheduled maintenance



Ford Ranger Tremor 4X4

front-engine, rear/4-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door pickup


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Passenger volume (C/D est): 95 ft3
Curb weight (C/D est): lb

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Combined/city/highway: 19/19/19 mpg


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