The redesigned Ranger will be fully optimized for performance. Ford has improved its high-strength boxed-steel frame and widened its wheelbase and track by two inches for greater storage space and stability. Its rear shocks have been repositioned outside the frame rails as well to boost handling and ride control. To top it off, the refreshed Ranger will have higher ground clearance and better approach/departure angles, ensuring a literally elevated all-terrain experience.
Design-wise, the ’24 Ranger will show off a few cosmetic tweaks, starting with a unique grille design and a distinct front-end appearance with Ford’s signature C-clamp headlights. The truck’s overall look is more aggressive, thanks to its robust shoulder lines and stronger wheel arches.
The Ranger continues to house the standard 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine making 270 hp and 310 lb.-ft. of torque, but a 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 is available. It puts out 315 hp and 400 lb.-ft. of torque and is also found in the F-150 and Bronco. Both engines will be linked to the class-exclusive 10-speed SelectShift automatic transmission and can be upgraded with a 4WD system that’s specifically designed for off-road and low-traction environments.
Meanwhile, the Ranger’s Terrain Management System will help in making the most of your outdoor adventures, since it can tailor performance to specific situations. The system’s settings are Normal, Eco, Sport, Tow/Haul, Slippery, Mud/Ruts, and Sand. The Raptor’s settings will be specialized: Baja, Rock Crawl, and Off-Road. The ’24 Ranger’s towing and payload figures are commendable, too. When it’s properly equipped, it’ll be able to pull up to 7,500 pounds or carry as much as 1,805 lb.
Ford will introduce several praiseworthy features with the 2024 Ranger. Its cargo bed can be heightened with integrated boxside steps that are large enough to fit two feet at a time. For those who need to charge equipment on the go, the Ranger can be ordered with a 400-watt power inverter that’s can run an air compressor (for filling tires), various power tools, and much more. The updated tailgate can also function as a work bench with its built-in ruler and clamp pockets. Inside, the ’24 Ranger will have some clever storage solutions, including large door pockets, a cavernous center console bin, an available second glovebox, and a rear bench seat with underfloor storage. The new fold-flat rear seatback will make loading large cargo easier, too.
For technology, the 2024 Ford Ranger will flaunt a fully digital dash that features a class-best 10.1-inch touchscreen and an 8-inch gauge cluster. Buyers with a mind for luxury can choose to add a tablet-like 12-inch interface with Ford’s SYNC 4A system, as well as a 12.4-inch digital gauge cluster. It will also get USB ports, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and FordPass Connect; the higher grades will also have wireless phone charging. One of this pickup’s most novel features, however, is the available Zone Lighting system, which can illuminate your surroundings at night and make setting up camp in the dark effortless.
Whether you’re towing a trailer, cruising along the highway, or navigating an off-the-beaten-path trail, the ’24 Ranger will offer helpful driving aids to ensure you’re prepared for whatever lies ahead. In fact, this midsized pickup will have the most driver-assistive technologies in its class, including blind-spot monitoring with trailer coverage, adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go, Active Park Assist 2.0, a trailer brake controller, and class-exclusive Pro Trailer Backup Assist and Trailer Reverse Guidance with a real-time trailer maneuvering coach. A 360-degree camera will be optional as well, providing a comprehensive view of the surroundings.
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