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Mark your calendars, Vancouver. Ford has just announced the ordering date for its 2019 Ranger… and there’s no time to waste.
According to TFL Truck, Ford will begin accepting orders for its new Ranger on August 13th (this will provide the brand enough time to prepare for its production process, which is currently scheduled for November). This leaves drivers mere months to plan for the ultimate compact.
The 2019 Ranger will deliver premium performance. Boasting a 2.3L EcoBoost engine (which is rumored to generate between 310 HP and 350 HP), the truck will accommodate any adventure. Ford’s new 10-speed automatic transmission will anchor the chassis, ensuring crisp gear transitions; while an electronic locking differential will pair with Terrain Management technology to adapt to changing inclines, utilizing advanced sensors to detect, and respond to, the miles. Two-wheel and four-wheel drivetrain configurations will be offered to ensure custom traction; and the inclusion of a steel bed will help to counter every payload, protecting the truck against dents and dings with ease.
The Ranger will prove a rugged addition to the Vancouver market - and we know our customers will soon slip behind the wheel. To learn more about this platform (as well as the ordering process) contact our team today.
Performance should no know bounds - and yet Vancouver drivers find themselves staring toward the distance, devastated that a compact powerhouse awaits just beyond the horizon line. The 2018 Ford Ranger WildTrak has made its United Kingdom debut… and now a question looms over B.C.: will the truck ever come here?
We’re not sure.
As The Drive explains, the new WildTrak has just entered production in the U.K. - serving as a double-cab successor to the popular Ranger Midnight Edition. The truck has already been met with great acclaim, with critics praising its robust engine (a 3.2L TDCi diesel, which yields 197 HP) and its smooth performance (with a six-speed automatic transmission promising nimble handling). The 4x4 drivetrain has also impressed, combining a sport-tuned suspension with integrated Terrain Management technology. This platform is ready to tackle every road.
Will it, however, come to Vancouver?
The Drive team isn’t certain. Currently, there are no plans to bring the WildTrak to North America - but consumer interest has never been higher for compact platforms. This (when coupled with the positive response to the original Ranger’s return) could translate into an assembly line shift. It’s possible that Ford will test this platform on the B.C. streets before the year is up.
We have our fingers crossed.
To learn more about the 2018 WildTrak contact us today!
Something Wild(Trak) this way comes - with Ford bringing its 2019 Ranger to the North American market. Keen-eyed photographers were able to catch a glimpse of this platform as it rumbled through the streets of Michigan, and both the online and automotive worlds are buzzing with excitement.
Are you ready for the next-generation of compact performance?
According to PickupTrucks.com, the 2019 Ranger WildTrak has made its unofficial debut - with Ford taking it for a spin in Michigan. Though heavily camouflaged, this platform still yielded some tantalizing details, including:
Style: sporty orange stitching is seen throughout the cabin, lining the dash and steering column. This, when paired with the custom badges that readers glimpsed on the seat cushions, should create a bold look on the backroads.
Size: specially-mounted buttresses can be seen on the C-Pillars, while bed-sill extensions are visible along the sides. This gives the truck greater width, with an extra three inches anticipated.
Power: an underbody exhaust confirms that the 2019 WildTrak will be diesel powered. Though no official engine has been confirmed, many believe that a 3.2L Duratec (similar to the one used on Ford’s T6) will be available.
The new WildTrak should prove a perfect option for those craving compact capability. To learn more about this platform contact our team today.
It’s a collection of rumors - with critics, analysts, and enthusiasts all sharing their favorite speculations. The 2019 Ranger is coming, and the days preceding its arrival seemed destined to be filled with possibilities.
Allow us to instead deliver realities.
According to The Dayton Daily News, Ford has just revealed details for its 2019 Ranger - and these should impress far more than any rumor. Beneath the hood of this compact pick-up will rest a 2.3L EcoBoost four-cylinder engine (similar to the one found in the current Mustang). The old manual transmission has been replaced by a 10-speed automatic to promote crisp handling, while the inclusion of a Terrain Management System will allow drivers to smoothly conquer every mile: instantly adjusting torque to ensure steady traction. Bed lengths will include both five-feet and six-feet configurations; and the available 4x4 powertrain will improve stability, automatically sensing wheel slippage and engaging the rear differential.
Hear that? It’s the sound of pick-up fans cheering.
While no official release date has been provided for the 2019 Ranger, Ford has confirmed that it will arrive sometime next spring - forcing drivers to wait only a little longer before they can secure class-leading power.
To learn more about this platform contact our team today!
It should seem the most unholy of fusions - a half-ton Frankenstein monster, stitched together with chrome and aluminum. How can the compact Ranger prove compatible with the hulking Raptor? This, you think, is simply impossible. Such a pick-up couldn't exist.
Never let it be said that Ford doesn’t enjoy a challenge. Prepare, Vancouver, for the rise of the 2019 Ranger Raptor!
According to Mustang 360, the 2019 Ranger Raptor has been spotted! Ford recently tested its latest off-road variant in Tulsa, pitting the AWD against sandy terrains and high winds. Though it was heavily camouflaged, the platform did reveal some tantalizing details to drivers - including 20-inch all-terrain tires, flared fenders, and a revised grille (which features a unique tri-bar design and custom badging). This serves as the ultimate half-ton chimera.
It should also deliver exceptional performance. Though no official specs have been released, critics believe the 2019 Ranger Raptor will boast a 2.7L twin-turbo V6 - complete with EcoBoost technology and a ten-speed automatic transmission. This will allow the truck to achieve an estimated 325 HP.
Are you ready to dominate the backroads?
To learn more about the 2019 Ranger Raptor contact our team today!
Christmas has come late for pick-up fans - with Ford recently unveiling its 2019 Ranger. This mid-size platform didn’t make the December deadline, but we’re certain drivers won’t mind too terribly. After all, it’s poised to become the ultimate four-wheel gift when it makes its official debut this summer.
‘Tis the season for all-terrain power.
According to Off Road Xtreme, the 2019 Ranger was recently spotted on the snowy streets of Michigan. Photographers were able to snag some dynamic shots of its newly re-tuned chassis; and, despite Ford’s best efforts to camouflage the truck, certain details were gleaned, including:
An Elongated Body: no longer with the Ranger serve as a compact platform. Instead its frame has been lengthened to rival the Chevrolet Colorado and Toyota Tacoma. No official dimensions have yet been released, but critics were quick to note the extended fenders and square front.
Fascia Changes: while the Ranger seems to mirror the style of its predecessors, onlookers were able to spy some revised LED light placements and a larger front bumper. This should create a sportier profile when the camouflage is removed.
Transmission: during the Ranger’s Michigan test-run, spectators were able to decipher the smooth shift of a new 10-speed gearbox. This will ensure enhanced performance on the backroads, allowing the truck to effortlessly maneuver through every terrain.
What do you think about the 2019 Ford Ranger? Does it meet your expectations? If so, share your opinions with us today!
Mystery shrouds the 2019 Ranger FX4. For months Ford has kept this platform hidden - testing it on deserted roads and refusing to share photos. Fans have pleaded for an informational reprieve but none has been given…. until now.
Off Road has just revealed the first look at the new Ranger, letting drivers slip behind the wheel and explore the cabin. Check out this exclusive series of spy shots!
The 2019 Ranger promises to be an everyday powerhouse - with Ford emphasizing consumer convenience with every mile. Not only will this pick-up boast a more agile frame (allowing for easier downtown maneuvering), it will also impress with its interior. A 4.2-inch touchscreen anchors the dash, flanked by an AM/FM stereo and CD player. Oversized buttons will ensure simple interfacing with the SYNC infotainment console, while soft-touch materials can be glimpsed on the door panels. This all pairs with a streamlined gray color scheme, emphasized by the high-end plastic dash and cloth headliner.
What does this mean for Ranger fans? We anticipate that the 2019 model will be intuitively designed - with Ford seeking to provide comfort, ease, and adaptability. This is not a luxury model. Instead it’s meant to offer value with every mile, revitalizing the compact market in North America.
Rejoice, Ranger fans! Ford has finally unveiled the prototype for its 2019 FX4 - bringing compact styling to the backroads once again.
In 2012 Ford retired its beloved Ranger, citing sluggish sales and a changing market. There was no longer a place for mid-size platforms. Instead, the Big Blue Oval argued, drivers preferred the massive proportions of the F-Series. Bigger was better, after all.
The years have yielded a far different public response, however, and now the Ranger is coming back! Ford Authority reports that the 2019 FX4 platform has been spotted - and drivers will soon have much to celebrate. Though the platform’s signature size remains intact, a series of fascia upgrades will propel it into the modern market. A large front skid plate delivers superior protection, deftly deflecting rocks and rubble; while dual tow hooks allow for seamless hauling. The rear has been streamlined, with the sport bar removed (this should help to improve responses and lessen overall chassis drag). Chrome-capped side-view mirrors complete the effect.
All of this pairs with an anticipated turbocharged V6 engine - which the critics at Ford Authority were able to glimpse during testing. This will allow the Ranger to directly compete with the GMC Canyon and the Chevrolet Colorado - making it a true sales presence next year.
Are you ready for the ultimate automotive revival?
To learn more about the 2019 Ranger FX4 contact us today.
Another day, another long-suffering sigh - with Ranger fans staring mournfully at their calendars, willing the year to end. Ford has promised to offer a new generation of pick-up performance in 2018, and drivers across North America are counting the days until the mid-size market is changed.
Key West Ford shares their impatience - especially as critics predict a powerhouse engine for the 2019 Ranger.
According to The Drive, Ford may fuse the Ranger with a 2.3L EcoBoost four-cylinder engine. This news was, at first, met with disdain among consumers - with all of them craving V8 performance or V6 speeds. Critics are quick to note, however, that this powertrain could prove mighty on the highway, with output ratios estimated to reach 310 HP and 320 lb.-ft of torque.
This would allow the Ranger to crush the competition (for example, the 2017 Chevrolet Colorado only yields 308 HP and 275 lb.-ft of torque), utilizing turbocharged capability to rev down the road. The EcoBoost engine - which is currently available on the Mustang - would be an ideal option for work or play.
Ford has yet to confirm any Ranger specs - but The Drive team anticipates the inclusion of this four-cylinder beast (along with a 10-speed automatic transmission and Intelligent AWD) when the truck arrives next fall. We can't wait.
It’s been a seven-year struggle - with Ranger fans begging Ford to restore their beloved pick-up, trying to coax even the smallest of production schedules. Ever since this mid-size truck was taken from the highway, drivers have been doing all they can to get it back.
It seems their efforts will soon be rewarded.
Car and Driver reports that Ford is testing a new Ranger! The 2019 model has been spotted in Michigan, boasting a wide-fendered profile and an elevated suspension (the Raptor influence is both obvious and welcome). Though heavily camouflaged, the familiar short-bed was visible; and the recessed HID headlamps were given a place of prominence along the front fascia.
Despite sneaking a peek at the 2019 Raptor, though, Car and Driver was unable to determine the available powertrain. It was simply too quiet, purring down the Michigan streets and delivering none of the usual V8 rumble. This has led to intense speculation about Ford’s plans for the future, with critics debating the likelihood of: a 2.7L EcoBoost V6; a four-cylinder V6; or a 3.5L V6. All seem possible and would emphasize economy, a cornerstone of the mid-size market.
What do you think? Which engine will anchor the 2019 Raptor? Key West Ford has its fingers crossed for the EcoBoost (which, on F-Series models, has always been paired with twin turbochargers).
To learn more about the 2019 Raptor contact us today.