Coming Soon: The Long-Awaited Return of the Ford Ranger


The Ranger is back! 

Once the most popular small pickup truck in America, the 2019 Ford Ranger will return to the place where it left off. It will do so by being bolder, stronger, tougher, and more powerful than ever. 

The new Ranger will come with a 2.3-liter EcoBoost turbocharged engine - the only mid-sized pickup with a turbocharged gasoline engine. This new engine will be mated to another segment exclusive - a 10-speed automatic transmission. 

Enhancing the Ranger experience is a trio of technological advances not seen in the small pickup segment. First, the FX4 Off-Road Package offers a host of all-terrain driver enhancement technologies, including Terrain Management System and Trail Control that helps control the Ranger through various terrain and traction conditions.  The FX4 Package also adds protective skid plates, upgraded tires, off-road-tuned shocks and suspension. 


Automatic Emergency Braking will be standard on the new Ranger. It will also host other active safety and driver's assistance technologies that will be both standard and available on this mid-sized pickup truck - some of which will be segment firsts and exclusives. Not to mention, the Ranger will have SYNC3 with all of its connectivity and infotainment options available, including Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Ford + Alexa voice recognition, FordPass Connect with Wi-Fi connectivity, and available B&O Play - all wrapped up in an 8-inch touch screen. 

The most important piece is Ranger's toughness. The backbone of this new truck is a high-strength steel frame built at the same grade as the F-150. On top of this frame is a handsome cab and box design. Customers can choose between a SuperCab or SuperCrew configuration. Trim choice range from the XL, the XLT, and the Lariat, with packages available across each trim level. 

Benna Ford should expect the new 2019 Ranger after production starts later this year at the Michigan Truck Plant. We know our customers have been waiting for this very important truck for a long time. If it is still worth the wait, contact us and we will keep you informed on when they will arrive at our dealership. 


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