2019 Ranger


2019 Ford Ranger on high desert ground with hang gliders


The new Ford Ranger is perfectly at home on typical everyday paved roads. But going from mild to wild, where smooth pavement comes to an end — now we’re talking Ford Ranger territory. With its high-strength steel frame, off-road chassis components, frame-mounted steel bumpers, and EcoBoost® power, every Ranger is bred for adventure. And for the serious all-terrain enthusiast, Ranger can be outfitted with all the must-have features in the FX4 Off-Road Package.

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2019 Ford Ranger racing across dirt terrain


Shifting into four-wheel drive is as easy as turning a dial with the electronic shift-on-the-fly (ESOF) system. ESOF lets you choose between four-wheel-drive high and low modes, as well as two-wheel drive for travel on less challenging surfaces.
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2019 Ford Ranger in open grassy field


Serious off-roaders know what they need to get max fun out of every adventure. It’s all in the FX4 Off-Road Package: Tuned off-road monotube shocks. All-terrain tires with aggressive tread. Traction-enhancing electronic-locking rear differential. Exposed steel front bash plate. Heavy-duty front skid plate. Skid plates for the electric power-assist steering (EPAS) electric motor, transfer case and fuel tank. And inside, a cluster screen provides feedback on pitch and roll plus steering angle. Included also are the Terrain Management System  10  and Trail Control 10  providing essential off-road technology.
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2019 Ford Ranger racing across dirt terrain


Advanced technology provides an added measure of control, on or off the road. The Terrain Management System™ (included in the FX4 Off-Road Package) has four selectable drive modes:

  • Normal
  • Grass/gravel/snow
  • Mud/ruts
  • Sand

The available Terrain Management System™ automatically calibrates engine responsiveness, transmission gearing and vehicle control systems to provide the optimum traction, drivability and performance.

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Try to avoid water higher than the bottom of the hubs and proceed slowly. Refer to your owner’s manual for detailed information regarding driving through water.
2019 Ford Ranger traveling off road with trail bikes in pickup bed rack


Trail Control™  (included in the FX4 Off-Road Package) is a driver-activated cruise control system that helps you navigate more easily over rough terrain. It manages throttle and braking at individual wheels while maintaining a constant speed between one and 22.2 km/hr (20 mph). So you can focus all your attention on the thrill of steering over the demanding terrain.
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