What Engine Does the 2019 Ford Ranger Have?

Ford made a splash in the auto industry last year with the announcement that the Ranger midsize truck would return to the American market. Since the model's reveal, drivers around Boyne City and Bellaire, MI have grown more and more excited about getting in the driver's seat of this versatile new truck.

As anticipation mounts for the Ranger to arrive at dealerships near East Jordan, MI, local drivers are beginning to ask questions. Chief among them is what kind of engine the Ranger offers under the hood.

EcoBoost Power

The new Ranger comes with a single engine available. The standard 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine punches above its four-cylinder stature with an impressive 310 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque. The benefits of using this engine in the truck are multifaceted.

First off, you'll get impressive fuel efficiency. Mating the engine to a ten-speed automatic transmission allows the 2019 Ranger to reach up to 26 mpg highway. Second, you'll have excellent towing capability. With the right equipment, the 2019 Ranger can tow up to 7,500 pounds. It also has a best-in-class 1,860-pound payload.

Other Notable Performance Features

The engine isn't the only part of the 2019 Ranger to get excited about. The Ranger is a legitimate truck that's built to withstand daily abuse with an aluminum body on top of a steel ladder frame. An available four-wheel drive system equips the Ranger for all-terrain duty, and an available FX4 off-road package adds even more features like skid plates and a locking rear differential.

Learn More

The new Ranger will arrive at Fox Charlevoix Ford later this year. If you would like to learn more about the new truck or order one for yourself, stop by or give us a call.

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