2010 Ford Ranger

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$17,820 - $25,800
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Engine Engine 2.3LI-4
MPG MPG 22 City / 27 Hwy
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2010 Ranger Overview

The Ford Ranger has built a solid reputation as a rugged workhorse of a compact pickup.While many of the entry-level pickups from other manufacturers have moved up in size, roominess, features and refinement, the Ranger maintains its position as a true compact pickup that offers solid value for the money.Though quite dated now, the Ranger remains a good, reliable, proven truck with worthwhile features and attractive pricing.

Two engines are available, a 2.3-liter four-cylinder and a 4.0-liter V6.Each engine is available with a five-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission.The four-cylinder engine with manual transmission and two-wheel drive has EPA fuel economy ratings of 21/26 mpg City/Highway, making it most fuel-efficient pickup on the market.In addition to its excellent fuel economy, it also has a 7,500-mile service interval for routine maintenance, such as oil changes.The 2.3-liter dohc four-cylinder makes 143 horsepower and 154 pound-feet of torque.The 4.0-liter V6 makes 207 horsepower and 238 pound-feet of torque.Four-wheel drive is available, but only with the V6 engine.

For 2010, there are only a few changes, but they are significant from a safety standpoint.AdvanceTrac electronic stability control with Roll Stability Control (RSC) becomes standard equipment; this system can help prevent skidding and roll-over conditions.And, also as standard equipment, there are new combination side airbags, designed to offer head and torso protection.

The 2010 Ford Ranger comes in three body styles: Regular Cab, SuperCab, SuperCab with four doors.Most versions have a 6-foot cargo bed, but a 7-foot bed is available on the Regular Cab with two-wheel drive.There are three trim levels: XL, up-level XLT, and the sportier-appearing Sport version.
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2010 Ranger Overview

The Ford Ranger has built a solid reputation as a rugged workhorse of a compact pickup.While many of the entry-level pickups from other manufacturers have moved up in size, roominess, features and refinement, the Ranger maintains its position as a true compact pickup that offers solid value for the money.Though quite dated now, the Ranger remains a good, reliable, proven truck with worthwhile features and attractive pricing.

Two engines are available, a 2.3-liter four-cylinder and a 4.0-liter V6.Each engine is available with a five-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission.The four-cylinder engine with manual transmission and two-wheel drive has EPA fuel economy ratings of 21/26 mpg City/Highway, making it most fuel-efficient pickup on the market.In addition to its excellent fuel economy, it also has a 7,500-mile service interval for routine maintenance, such as oil changes.The 2.3-liter dohc four-cylinder makes 143 horsepower and 154 pound-feet of torque.The 4.0-liter V6 makes 207 horsepower and 238 pound-feet of torque.Four-wheel drive is available, but only with the V6 engine.

For 2010, there are only a few changes, but they are significant from a safety standpoint.AdvanceTrac electronic stability control with Roll Stability Control (RSC) becomes standard equipment; this system can help prevent skidding and roll-over conditions.And, also as standard equipment, there are new combination side airbags, designed to offer head and torso protection.

The 2010 Ford Ranger comes in three body styles: Regular Cab, SuperCab, SuperCab with four doors.Most versions have a 6-foot cargo bed, but a 7-foot bed is available on the Regular Cab with two-wheel drive.There are three trim levels: XL, up-level XLT, and the sportier-appearing Sport version.Hide Full Review