The Ford Ranger Makes a Triumphant Return to the United States

If you missed the Ford Ranger in recent years, you weren't alone. Luckily, 2019 marks the return of this iconic truck.

The Ford Ranger didn't disappear entirely in 2011--it just stopped appearing in the United States. Ford made the decision theorizing that Americans' interest in smaller pickup trucks was waning.

The Ranger remained popular in international markets, with steady sales. Ford recognized the opportunity and brought it back into the American marketplace..

The new and improved Ford Ranger is already a force to contend with among midsize trucks.

The Ford Ranger was brought back to the U.S. market with adventure and power in mind. Every Ranger that rolls off the line delivers on that premise--even the base models.

Each Ranger comes standard with a 2.3-liter EcoBoost Engine. This turbocharged 4-cylinder powerhouse delivers 270 horsepower. It far exceeds the output of other 4-cylinder truck engines--and even outperforms some 6-cylinder engines available in some competing models. Suffice to say, Ranger's maximum 7,500-pound towing capacity is unrivaled amongst its peers. The power won't come at the expense of fuel consumption. The standard 10-speed transmission helps to improve the mpg rating.

Ford set out to build one of the best performing midsize trucks, and Ranger fits that bill in most every way. After all, if you're going to make an entrance, it might as well be a memorable one.

Located in Newark, DE, Porter Ford is proud to be your local Built Ford Tough Truck dealership. Our expert sales staff can walk you through our selection of new Ford Ranger pickup trucks. We promise the short trip from Bear, DE, Wilimington, DE or Elkton, MD will be worth your while!

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