XL PickUp Box Delete 4x2 SuperCab 6 ft. box 126.8 in. WB
2021 Ford Ranger

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While the United States is generally the truck capital of the planet, we’ve been missing out on one of the coolest pickups of the last couple years, the Ford Ranger Raptor. And the fact that it was a truck from one of our homegrown automakers added that extra bit of sting. To help make up for leaving us out of the dino party, Ford has put together a somewhat milder off-road Ranger in the form of the Tremor. Although it’s not a mini Baja machine, it still comes with some useful off-road baubles all while remaining a practical and comfortable truck with a competitive (if not cheap) price point and feature set. The Tremor package’s big improvements come from its suspension and tires. It features a new set of springs and Fox 2.0 monotube dampers with external reservoirs at the rear. The anti-roll bars are less stiff, and hydraulic bump stops have been fitted. Add in the 32-inch General Grabber A/TX all-terrain tires, and the truck features 0.8 inch more ground clearance (9.7 total) over the standard Ranger. The approach, breakover and departure angles are also all improved, with totals of 30.9 degrees for approach (+2.2 degrees), 24.2 for breakover (+2.7 degrees), and 25.5 for departure (+0.1 degree). There are some other extra Tremor goodies with the red-accented grille, wider fender flares, tube-steel side steps, additional skid plates, and a set of six built-in auxiliary switches for lights, winches and other accessories. And a set of flashy stripes is part of an optional graphics package for $750. The interior is treated to an upholstery combination of black leather and faux suede. The Tremor package also includes some bits from the FX4 package, notably the electronic rear differential locker, Trail Control (the low-speed off-roading version of cruise control), and Terrain Management with different traction control settings for different conditions. We were able to try out this suite of off-road upgrades at Holly Oaks off-road park around an hour north of Detroit. And, at least as far as this relative amateur off-roader can tell, it was an adept dirt muncher on the slow trails. Well, snow muncher in the case of our day at the park. The suspension was quite impressive, keeping the body under control and not kicking or bouncing us around the cabin. The rear locker and traction settings were helpful for climbing the slippery hills around the park, and we avoided any scraping while cresting or coming off the different table tops and dips. We probably didn’t get the best idea of the grip afforded by the tires, though, because of all the snow. And besides the upgrades, the Ranger’s naturally small size and great outward visibility made it much easier to snake it up some of the tighter and tree-lined routes. Back on pavement, what really impresses is that none of the changes to improve the off-road capability harms on-road livability. In fact, that new suspension set up offers a significantly improved ride over the stiff and bumpy …
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While the United States is generally the truck capital of the planet, we’ve been missing out on one of the coolest pickups of the last couple years, the Ford Ranger Raptor. And the fact that it was a truck from one of our homegrown automakers added that extra bit of sting. To help make up for leaving us out of the dino party, Ford has put together a somewhat milder off-road Ranger in the form of the Tremor. Although it’s not a mini Baja machine, it still comes with some useful off-road baubles all while remaining a practical and comfortable truck with a competitive (if not cheap) price point and feature set. The Tremor package’s big improvements come from its suspension and tires. It features a new set of springs and Fox 2.0 monotube dampers with external reservoirs at the rear. The anti-roll bars are less stiff, and hydraulic bump stops have been fitted. Add in the 32-inch General Grabber A/TX all-terrain tires, and the truck features 0.8 inch more ground clearance (9.7 total) over the standard Ranger. The approach, breakover and departure angles are also all improved, with totals of 30.9 degrees for approach (+2.2 degrees), 24.2 for breakover (+2.7 degrees), and 25.5 for departure (+0.1 degree). There are some other extra Tremor goodies with the red-accented grille, wider fender flares, tube-steel side steps, additional skid plates, and a set of six built-in auxiliary switches for lights, winches and other accessories. And a set of flashy stripes is part of an optional graphics package for $750. The interior is treated to an upholstery combination of black leather and faux suede. The Tremor package also includes some bits from the FX4 package, notably the electronic rear differential locker, Trail Control (the low-speed off-roading version of cruise control), and Terrain Management with different traction control settings for different conditions. We were able to try out this suite of off-road upgrades at Holly Oaks off-road park around an hour north of Detroit. And, at least as far as this relative amateur off-roader can tell, it was an adept dirt muncher on the slow trails. Well, snow muncher in the case of our day at the park. The suspension was quite impressive, keeping the body under control and not kicking or bouncing us around the cabin. The rear locker and traction settings were helpful for climbing the slippery hills around the park, and we avoided any scraping while cresting or coming off the different table tops and dips. We probably didn’t get the best idea of the grip afforded by the tires, though, because of all the snow. And besides the upgrades, the Ranger’s naturally small size and great outward visibility made it much easier to snake it up some of the tighter and tree-lined routes. Back on pavement, what really impresses is that none of the changes to improve the off-road capability harms on-road livability. In fact, that new suspension set up offers a significantly improved ride over the stiff and bumpy …
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$24,820 MSRP / Window Sticker Price
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Engine 2.3L I-4
MPG 19 City / 18 Hwy
Seating 4 Passengers
Transmission 10-spd w/OD
Power 270 @ 5500 rpm
Drivetrain rear-wheel
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