Ford is claiming best-in-class payload and tow rankings for its upcoming 2019 Ford Ranger, which can compete in opposition to The Chevrolet Colorado when deliveries start early subsequent yr.
The midsize pickup is completely powered by a 2.Three-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that Ford revealed Friday places out 270 hp and 310 lb-ft of torque.
With its customary 10-speed computerized transmission and elective towing package deal, the Ranger will be capable to pull as much as 7,500 kilos, which beats the highest gas-powered Colorado by 500 kilos, however falls 200 kilos in need of the Colorado diesel.
Ford gives diesel-powered Rangers in different markets, however has not but confirmed plans to carry them to the US.
Together with the highest tow ranking, the Ranger has a max payload capability of 1,860 kilos, 312 kilos greater than the Colorado.
Pricing for the Ranger ranges from $25,395 for a base XL SuperCab to over $43,000 for a loaded Lariat SuperCrew 4×4 and the order books are open now.