Ford Claims Top Mileage with Mid-size Ranger
With U.S. EPA estimated fuel economy ratings of (US)21 mpg city, (US)26 mpg highway and (US) 23 mpg combined.
The 2019 Ford Ranger is claimed to be the most fuel-efficient gas-powered mid-size pickup in North America providing a superior U.S. EPA-estimated city fuel economy rating and an unsurpassed EPA-estimated combined fuel economy rating versus the competition.
The all-new Ranger has earned EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings of (US) 21 mpg city, (US)26 mpg highway and (US) 23 mpg combined for 4×2 trucks.
When configured as a 4×4, Ranger returns EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings of (US)20 mpg city, (US)24 mpg highway and (US)22 mpg combined.
Along with 270 hp, Ranger’s standard 2.3-litre EcoBoost engine produces 310 lb/ft of torque, delivering the claimed most torque of any gas engine in the mid-size pickup segment.
Paired with a class-exclusive 10-speed transmission, Ranger boasts a unique combination of efficiency, power and capability that only comes from Ford.
Ranger is designed and engineered to serve the needs of North America with innovative technology like its available class-exclusive Blind Spot Information System with trailer coverage, all-new Terrain Management System with Trail Control and standard FordPass Connect with a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot supporting up to 10 devices.
When properly equipped, the 7,500 lb of towing capacity with available tow package and best-in-class 1,860 lb of maximum payload are claimed best in class.
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