The Ford Ranger is Coming Back to America!

Absent from U.S. shores for eight years, the popular Ford Ranger pickup is making a triumphant return to our country. Now offered as a mid-size truck, the Ford Ranger will be available in XL, XLT, and Lariat trim levels, with your choice of SuperCab or Supercrew cab styles. While we still have much to learn about the final specifications for the new Ranger, we do know that it's expected to arrive at dealerships early next year. Here's what else we can tell our Independence OR and Jefferson OR customers:

The 2019 Ford Ranger comes with a standard 2.3-liter EcoBoost® engine that features auto stop/start technology and is rumored to team up with a class-exclusive 10-speed automatic transmission to deliver optimized power and efficiency. While we don't know the performance metrics yet, this is the same engine that comes standard with the Ford Mustang -- so that should give you an idea of its capabilities. Rear-wheel drive is the standard set-up, but part-time four-wheel drive is an available option that our Mount Angel, Gervais, and Silverton OR customers may want to consider adding.

The pickup is built with a fully-boxed high-strength steel frame supporting a mostly steel body, a double-wishbone suspension, and front and rear steel bumpers that are mounted to the frame. Clearly constructed with work duty in mind, the Ranger also offers a roster of driver assistance technologies to keep you safe on the roads and highways.

If you're interested in learning more about the all-new Ford Ranger pickup, contact us and speak with one of our team members. We're happy to add you to our list of interested parties. You can also check back here regularly, as we'll be posting updates when we learn anything new and interesting.

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