Gasoline-powered US-spec Ford Ranger 2019 to enter production soon

Oct 12, 2018 | Same topic: Auto industry: Latest updates
The US-spec Ford Ranger 2019 will be powered by a 2.3L EcoBoost gasoline mill.

Ford has recently made an announcement that the Ford Ranger 2019 is being introduced and produced in the US market soon. However, it will be equipped with soley a choice of gasoline engine.

According to the latest car news, the US-spec powertrain is claimed to be the strongest gasoline mill in its segment. It is a 2.3L EcoBoost gasoline unit which is capable of cranking out 270 hp and 420 Nm of torque, mated to a ten-speed automatic gearbox. Meanwhile, the 2.0-liter diesel engine of the Philippine-spec Ranger Wildtrak can produce just 210 hp but up to 500 Nm of torque.

Ford Ranger 2019 on the road

The Ranger 2019 is being introduced and produced in the US market soon

Especially, the Ford Ranger 2019 boasts an excellent towing capability pegged at 7,500lb, plus a payload capacity of 1,800lbs in maximum.

Mr. Rick Bolt - Chief engineer of the Ford Ranger stated that the Ranger would be considered as the largest and most capable backpack for all pickup drivers’ gear with its superb hauling capacity.

Ford Ranger 2019 on the road

The Ranger 2019 boasts an excellent towing capability pegged at 7,500lb, plus a payload capacity of 1,800lbs in maximum

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