2019 Ranger

Tough

Ranger shown in Saber is off roading in black dirt

BUILT FORD TOUGH®

Built Ford Tough® isn’t just a slogan. It’s an attitude that runs deep in the history of Ford truck engineering and has produced Canada’s popular lineup of rugged and dependable Ford pickups. That lineup is even more remarkable with the all-new 2019 Ford Ranger, tested under conditions more extreme than you would ever likely encounter. Go ahead and set a date for your next adventure.
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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 on snow covered off road terrain

TOUGH MEETS TORTURE TESTING

Ford engineers set a gruelling test regimen to prepare the new Ford Ranger for the demands of all-terrain travel. Durability trials on roads so punishing that robots were called in to do the driving. Days of constant shaking in the lab to help identify and eliminate squeaks and rattles and to tune suspension parts and body mounts for durability and performance. Towing heavy loads for hours up steep grades at 37.8° Celsius (100° Fahrenheit). Brutal traversing under heart-pounding, bone-jarring off-road conditions. The new Ford Ranger. It’s more than up to the challenge of taking on your toughest test.
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2019 Ford Ranger towing a boat on a sharp curve

BEST-IN-CLASS GAS PAYLOAD AND TOWING

You carry gear — and lots of it. The new 2019 Ford Ranger has these big advantages over other gas-powered pickups: best-in-class maximum 1,650-lb. (748-kg) payload* and 7,500-lb. (3402-kg) tow** ratings. Need to haul more? Tow more? Head out to your next adventure in the all new Ranger.

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*Class is Midsize Pickups based on Ford segmentation.

**When properly equipped with the trailer tow package and a trailer brake controller. Class is Midsize Pickups based on Ford segmentation.

Exposed steel bash plate part of F X 4 Off Road Package

HIGH-STRENGTH STEEL FRAME

The foundation of outstanding off-road capability is strength. That’s why Ford engineers made the backbone of the new Ranger a fully boxed, high-strength steel frame with six crossmembers — plus steel bumpers and tow hooks mounted directly to the frame for ruggedness and durability.
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