2022 Ford Ranger
- Sold in USA = 2019-Present
- Generation = 3rd
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2022 Ford Ranger Price in USA :
- Ford Ranger XL Starting = 26,580 $
- Ford Ranger XLT Starting = 30,630 $
- Ford Ranger Lariat Starting = 34,670 $
Ford Motors had used the nameplate of Ford Ranger for three different models, and the first generation of Ranger pickup trucks was manufactured from 1998 to 2006. Currently, it is in its 3rd generation in America, and the current Ford Ranger T6 is the first mid-size pickup truck introduced in the Ford Range series. The Ford Ranger for 2021 is built to make your adventures memorable. The turbocharged gas engine is powerful and efficient in delivering you a good driving experience. The features like a high-strength steel body and frame-mounted steel bumpers add extra safety to your journeys. The all-new Tremor Off-Road package lets you face all the most challenging road conditions so you can enjoy your adventures. 2022 has brought the news of the all-new Ford Ranger by Ford Australia. The all-new Ford Ranger will have a diesel engine with a choice of either two-wheel drive or a four-wheel drive, and it will have a leaf-sprung live rear axle. The all-new Ford Ranger will go on sale in Australia first, but then it will be exported to global markets, including the United States of America. The all-new Ford Ranger will be launched in mid of 2021, and the exact details of it have not been released yet. The currently available Ford Ranger in America offers two body styles and two-bed lengths, and all the trim levels have similar powertrain. The 2021 present Ford Ranger has been upgraded with eighteen-inches black wheels. A black grille and four new exterior colors are now added to it those are Velocity Blue, Cactus Grey, Cyber Orange, and Carbonized Grey. Some newly shaped Ford oval badges in black color are added in its exterior detailing too.
The 2021 Ford Ranger is available in the following three trim levels:
XL: it offers cloth upholstery, 4-speakers, a Wi-Fi hotspot, a forward collision warning, and one USB port.
XLT: offers dual-zone climate control, lane-keeping assistance, 6-speakers, blind-spot monitoring, and an 8-inches infotainment screen.
Lariat: it offers leather upholstery, 10-speakers, adaptive cruise control, heated front seats, parking sensors at the front and rear, and 8-way adjustment of the front seats.
Engine, Power & Transmission:
All three trims get their power from a 2.3 liters, turbocharged, 4-cylinder engine that produces a maximum of 270 horsepower with a maximum 310 lb-ft of torque. The transmission it offers is a 10-speed SelectShift automatic transmission. The 2021 Ford Ranger features tuned suspension at the front and rear with monotube dampers for smoother ride quality.
Performance & Drive:
The 2.3 liters EcoBoost engine of the Ford Ranger is paired with a turbocharger that maximizes responsiveness by supplying maximum pulse energy to the turbine wheel with no la. Its raw torque acts when you are powering up, delivering the best performances. It offers you rear-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive depending on the type of road condition. The rear-wheel-drive comes with a ground clearance of 8.4 inches, while the four-wheel-drive offers a ground clearance of 8.9 inches. The towing capacity and payload of the 2021 Ford Ranger is also improved as it can tow up to 7500 pounds now, and you can carry a load of up to 1860 pounds confidently on your trip. Now its 10-speed SelectShift automatic transmission is quick and smooth, features quick shifting up and down of gears, 3-overdrive gears, reduced drag actions, and wide spacing gears. The monotube dampers in the suspension provide you with higher damping forces when off-road conditions are unparalleled and provide lower damping forces when smoother road conditions. Thus, the tuned suspension is perfect for all types of road conditions, and it does not affect the comfort of the ride. The electronic-locking rear differential starts working for additional traction, and Terrain Management System offers four driving modes for your assistance. These driving modes include Normal, Grass/Snow/Gravel mode, Mud/Ruts mode, or Sand mode that can be chosen according to your road conditions and provide optimum traction for an amazing performance. The Ford Ranger fuel economy is not bad, giving you a 21 miles-per-gallon mileage in the city and 26 miles-per-gallon on the highways when rear-wheel-drive is selected. When selected, the four-wheel-drive gives you a mileage of 20 miles per gallon in the city and 24 miles per gallon on the highways.
Exterior design and features:
The exterior of the 2021 Ford Ranger has a fresh look with its black detailing. The front bumper is now tougher with robust-arch extensions, and new oval Ford Ranger badges are added on the sides and the rear, along with the badge on the central black grille. The rear end has a flatbed, and now eighteen-inches alloy rims are added to enhance its beauty. It is now available in four more exterior color options. The extended cab known as SuperCab comes with a 6-foot bed at the rear and the SuperCrew cab has a bed of 5-foot at the back.
Interior design and features:
Now moving inside the Ford Ranger, the SuperCab model body style accommodates 4-adults in the cabin, and the SuperCrew model accommodates five adults. The driver gets a clear and commanding view of the road due to slightly higher seats, and the front compartment is quite roomy, as compared to the rear compartment, which has confining seats. The quality of materials used inside the cabin is good, but it does not give a luxury feel. You will get two sets of LATCH connections in the rear seats. There is a 4.2 inches screen working as an instrument cluster, and an 8-inches touch screen is mounted for infotainment. The infotainment system comes with a Wi-Fi system, Bluetooth connectivity, one USB port, Android Auto, and an Apple Car Play interface. You will get 6 or 10 speakers for a good quality sound that delivers Bang and Olufsen audio system. Some of the other features provided in the cabin include remote start, dual-zone climate control feature, adaptive cruise control, and push-start button.
The NHTSA has rated 4 out of 5 stars to the 2021 Ford Ranger, and the IIHS has given it GOOD ratings in four of the crash tests. Some of the safety features of the Ford Ranger are as follows:
- 360-degree rearview camera
- Parking sensors at the front and rear
- Adaptive cruise control
- Lane departure warning
- Lane-keeping assist
- Rear cross-traffic alert
- Automatic emergency brakes
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