Ford Ranger is a nameplate that has been used on multiple model lines of pickup trucks sold by Ford worldwide.
The nameplate has been used for distinct model lines of vehicles worldwide since 1982 from the compact and mid-size pickup category.
The Ford Ranger debuted as a compact pickup mainly sold in North America since 1982 for the 1983 model year, with later introductions in some South American countries.
Between 1998 and 2011, the Ranger nameplate is also used for models that was developed by Mazda
for sale outside the North American market.
In 2011, Ford introduced the first Ranger based on the T6 platform
. Considered a mid-size pickup truck, the model was developed in-house by Ford Australia
. In the same year, the North American-market Ranger was discontinued, leaving the T6 platform
-based Ranger as the sole Ranger model worldwide.
For the 2019 model year, the Ranger is reintroduced in North America using the globally-marketed T6 model.
The Ranger currently slotted below the F-150
and above the Maverick
in the Ford North American pickup truck range, while for markets outside the Americas it is typically the only Ford pickup offered for sale.
The second generation of the T6-based Ranger
was released in 2021 for worldwide markets, using the same T6 platform with revisions.
With durable features like a high-strength steel frame & the EcoBoost®-powered engine, you can rely on your Ranger
whether on your everyday drive or rugged terrain.
Check out the available all-new Tremor Off-Road Package.
's mid-size Ranger
is getting a re-do for 2023 that should give it the ammunition it needs to continue its charge in the pickup truck wars.
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