The world has seen it as well-equipped to go on adventures; the brand-new 2024 Ford Ranger pickup is made for owners to be able to do more of what they enjoy outdoors. It comes with innovative features that allow you to discover new locations and tackle new difficulties. It’s the most efficient and connected Ranger ever and the only midsize pickup made by Ford Tough.
Ford has designed every aspect of the new Ranger so that it can meet the strict requirements of its customers who love adventure, such as its suspension, frame, and powertrains, as well as connectivity and the most advanced driver assist software.
The Ford brand has sold more than a million pickups in the world in 2022. A large portion of that success stems from Ranger. In the past ten years, Ranger sales have risen 112 percent worldwide, and there are more than 86,000 units sold this year.
The 2023 generation, prior to the previous generation Ranger, was recently acknowledged in the Kelley Blue Book (r) for having the lowest total cost over five years to own in the mid-sized pickup truck category when accounting for insurance, maintenance expenses, fuel, insurance, and depreciation. Touchscreens with Ford’s SYNC (r) 4A system that puts intelligent and connected functions in your reach. Ranger is equipped with a standard 4G LTE modem, as well as convenient features integrated into FordPass (r) Connect ++++.
With a single tap, drivers are able to access special screens that display drive modes, off-road data navigation, and music, as well as other vehicle-related controls. The central screen is connected to the available 360-degree camera that can help to make parking easier or assist in navigating the most difficult terrain while exploring. Physical buttons and knobs under the screen allow for easy control of frequently used features such as radio volume and climate control.
The devices can be recharged using two USB ports inside the cabin and a wireless charging pad plus. Ranger is also enhanced as time passes by releasing updates over the air, including new capabilities and features to enhance the user experience.
In the evening, to create an ideal campsite, Ranger now has available Zone Lighting, which can be controlled using the touchscreen in your vehicle and FordPass (r) App ++++++, as well as bed lighting that can help campers locate their gear even in darkness.
The journey on trails isn’t easy. However, it doesn’t need to be. The Ranger has 31 available or accessible driver assistance features, as well as the best-known features to assist drivers within its category. ** They include BLIS (r) with Trailer Coverage SS to alert drivers to vehicles that are in areas of blindness and the Adaptive Cruise Control that provides for the Stop and Stop and Stop and Go SS. A brand new, easy-to-use E-shifter with a short throw on Lariat 4×4 allows Ranger to provide driver assistance features like in a class-exclusive** Active Park Assist 2.0SS which is fully automated that helps customers park parallel or perpendicularly in tight spaces and Pro Trailer, a class-exclusive** feature Backup AssistSS as well as Trailer Reverse GuidanceSS. It uses cameras to display angles and the condition of the vehicle, as well as providing live guidance on how to move the trailer.
The bed is equipped with an integrated Box Side Step behind the rear tires. It’s big enough to accommodate both feet, providing an extremely solid, stable method to get access to everything inside the storage box. Also, there’s a 400-watt power inverter, which has an outlet inside the bed that makes running an outdoor grill or an air compressor to fill tires or any other equipment for trail use a breeze. The new tailgate doubles as a desk equipped with a ruler that is integrated and pockets for clamps. Two inches of track width will benefit the bed, too, with over four feet of space in between wheel wells, which makes loading heavy items like an ATV much simpler.
The style of Ranger is characterized by distinctive front-end styling and grilles that are available to XL, XLT, and Lariat models. The signature Ford C-clamp headlight design and a strong shoulder line down the sides feature the bolder wheel arches that make for a Ranger an unflinching appearance. The rear ends mirror the front using C-clamp taillamps. All will be aware of what you’re driving by the “RANGER” stamped across the tailgate.
In 2024, the Ford Ranger will be proudly constructed by the Michigan Assembly Plant located in Wayne, Michigan St, and orders will begin at the end of June. Availability starts in the summer with late fall availability of that 2.7-liter EcoBoost engine. Visit Ford.com/RangerReady for more details.
Based on S&P Global Mobility New Registrations data for CYE 2022. Government agencies and other sources compile this. It reveals 95 percent of the global new vehicle volume in more than 80 nations that were reported in April 2023. Pickup body group, as specified as per S&P Global Mobility.