New Ford Ranger

The All-New 2019 Ford Ranger is Here in Grand Rapids

You remember the classic Ford Ranger, with its simplistic and no-nonsense design geared towards being functional, rather than flashy. The all-new Ranger is back and better than ever, and now the wait is over! 

What's New For the 2019 Ranger?

Well, it's pretty easy to see that just about everything is new about this midsize truck from Ford. From the ground up Ford has improved and upgraded the features, design, elements and more to make this truck a perfect option for you. Check out the details below to find out why you should choose this value-packed truck for your life in Grand Rapids.

A Modern Take on the Classic Ranger

Updated and refined, the 2019 Ford Ranger offers more modern features, amenities, and of course all the technology that you want in Byron Center. Offered in two cab sizes, SuperCab or SuperCrew, the 2019 Ranger offers seating for up to five with the SuperCrew option. The SuperCab offers a smaller set up, with four doors as well but the rear doors open in the opposite direction of the front. This one offers a smaller back seat, ideal for children or for storing your gear. Standard is cloth upholstery, though for a touch of luxury you can opt for leather on the higher trim levels. You'll have the option of choosing between a five-foot bed or a six-foot bed to meet your needs.

Technology for Safety & Fun

The 2019 Ford Ranger is designed to work smarter and harder to keep you and your loved ones safe on the roads around Caledonia. Ford Co-Pilot 360 is a new suite of driver assistance technology with features including lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning and brake support, Blind-Spot Information System (BLIS) with trailer coverage, and pre-collision braking, and automatic high beams. If you frequently commute or drive in the early hours, you'll love the Lane-Keeping System. This feature can even alert you if it's time to take a coffee break, if you stray out of your lane a few too many times. The 2019 Ford Ranger will work smarter to keep you and your loved ones safe on the roads of Lakeview.

Standard infotainment technology on the 2019 Ford Ranger is the SYNC infotainment system with Ford Pass and a 4g LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot. If you're a lover of technology, you upgrade to the available SYNC 3® system that comes standard with a touchscreen display and all the technology that you want like Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, enhanced voice recognition and more. You'll also love the available Bang & Olufsen Sound System and Ford Co-Pilot 360 system.

Capable, Dependable, and Powerful

Your new 2019 Ford Ranger in Middleville is equipped standard with a 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine. Don't worry, this turbocharged four-cylinder engine is plenty powerful enough to handle anything that your life throws at you in Lowell MI. This engine also offers best-in-class gas torque at 310 lb-ft, as well as offering a punchy 270-horsepower. The 2019 Ford Ranger will surely meet and exceed your daily driving, towing, and hauling needs. This engine is paired to a 10-speed automatic transmission that is smooth and provides power when you need it, even when you load up the bed with heavy loads.

Much like it's larger brother, the F-150, the 2019 Ford Ranger offers best-in-class towing and hauling numbers. You'll be able to tow a maximum of 7,500-pounds and carry a maximum of 1,860-pound payload, when you properly equip your Ford Ranger. The Ranger offers features like a trailer brake controller and tow package to make your life towing easier than ever. The high-strength steel frame, independent a-arm front suspension, and parabolic rear leaf springs make the 2019 Ranger an impressively comfortable and stable ride, no matter how far off the beaten track you go.

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