Ford Ranger by the Numbers

Ford Ranger returns to the North American market after an eight-year absence.

2.3: Size, in liters, of the class-exclusive EcoBoost® engine which will power the all-new 2019 Ford Ranger.

3: Trim levels – XL, XLT and Lariat – available for 2019 Ranger. Chrome and Sport Appearance Packages are available.

8: Years since Ford Ranger was produced for the North American market.

10: Gears in Ranger’s 10-speed automatic transmission.

30: Years employees at Michigan Assembly Plant built the Ford Bronco, which returns in 2020.  

75: Percentage of U.S. portfolio Ford plans to replace with an onslaught of new vehicles coming between 2018 and 2020 – including the 2019 Ford Ranger.

270: Horsepower produced by Ranger’s standard 2.3-liter EcoBoost® engine.

310: Lb.-ft. of torque produced by Ranger – the most engine-turning power of any gas engine in the midsize pickup segment, including V6 engines from competitors.

369: Number, in acres of Michigan Assembly Plant Wayne, Mich., which opened in 1957 building station wagons. The plant produced Ford Expeditions and Lincoln Navigators from 1996 to 2008 and will now begin building Ranger.

Ranger's payload was on display at a production kick-off event at Michigan Assembly Plant.

1,860: Pounds of maximum payload, making Ranger best in its class.

3,000: Number of employees from Michigan Assembly Plant invited to experience the best of the all-new Ranger on an on-site, off-road course.

7,500: Ranger’s best-in-class gasoline engine towing capability with an available tow package, in pounds.

264,121: Ford Ranger global sales in 2017 – second-best in the mid-size truck segment.

7 million: More than seven million Rangers were built from 1982 until production ended in 2011.

$850 million: Ford’s investment in Michigan Assembly to retool the plant to build the all-new Ford Ranger and future Ford Bronco.

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