2020 Ford Ranger Specs, Redesign, Release
Ford Ranger – After years of rumors and speculation, Ford confirmed in January that the long-standing Ranger would return to the U.S. marketplace. Discontinued in 2011 after nearly 30 years in service, the Ranger left a void in Ford’s ranks. Ford thinks that without small or medium sized trucks, buyers will only switch to their full-size F-150 entry-level version.
Satisfied with the F-150 chart-topping sales and predicting the mid-size-truck segment is almost dead, Ford seems satisfied to let Toyota, Nissan, and old age General Motors stabilizers struggle with the shrinking market.
But then GM faked it properly and introduced the recent Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon trucks for 2015, and two big and inexpensive shields sold far better than anyone had expected. When Honda brought back his Ridgeline, Ford clearly needed to get back into play.
2020 Ford Ranger
2020 Ford Ranger Engine
We expect 2020 Ford Ranger to launch the Ranger with a 2.3-liter inline-four EcoBoost turbocharged as a standard powerplant and to take advantage of the 2.7-liter EcoBoost or 3.5-liter V-6 engine for premium or sports models. Ford can also contact the naturally aspirated 3.7-liter V-6 for lower-priced models, and diesel power can come in an inline-five 3.2-liter form currently used in Transit vans or 3.0-liter V -6 diesel into 2018 F-150, both of which are badged Power Stroke.
At this point, it is unclear how or when the new automatic 10 speed Ford auto enters into the equation, but it is a good bet that the automaker will want to use it eventually in many models with a longitudinal orientation machine as it should be. The rear version, four, and possibly even all-wheel-drive will be offered.
2020 Ford Ranger Specs
More than just an additional sales generator, small trucks are loved by weekend warriors on the outskirts of town who appreciate task-able vehicles including camping, kayaking, antique, gardening and the occasional drywall project without a trace of entry from the full-size truck. With the Ranger returning, Ford will once again have trucks for those buyers, as well as for those who move up from the car and get off the full-size truck, before defecting to other brands.
The domestic ranger will be associated with overseas Ranger and developed by Ford Australia and sold in various markets around the world. Currently scheduled to be built at Ford Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, the new Ranger will feature a mild revision on the global body-on-frame model platform to optimize it in home tasks. –caranddriver.com
2020 Ford Ranger Redesign
Ford has confirmed that the Ranger 2020 will be a traditional body-on-frame truck based on a global pickup platform because nameplate resides around the world after being terminated on the U.S. after the 2011 model year. Many years ago, the F-100 model was rumored to be a possible entry-level substitute, but the Ranger name has survived (in the U.S. and abroad) to see other generations.
As for the exterior, it is still difficult to know whether the new pickup will vary significantly from its siblings abroad. At least we hope to see some design cues to help tie it to larger F-Series versus similar car shapes among trucks outside the United States.
What the Ford Motor Company wants to say about the North American Ranger to date is that production will begin at the Michigan Convention Plant at the end of 2018, with a body-on-frame Bronco to be added in 2019 for the 2020 model year.
2020 Ford Ranger Release Date and Price
We expect the vehicle to get into the marketplace at the end of 2019. Upon the release of the previous years, we predict the price of 2020 Ford Ranger starts from $30.000. If there are changes we will immediately notify you. so, follow our blog updates.