Ford is well-known for its F-150 and Super Duty trucks, but the Ford Ranger definitely should not be overlooked. The Ranger certainly can handle heavy work, but its true calling is for adventure.
Cabot Ford Lincoln is proud to be the Ford dealer for the greater St. John’s area. If you are in the market for a truck, we can help you out. Our team knows Ford trucks and can help you find the one that best suits you.
2020 Ranger Overview
The 2020 Ranger has three model trims you can pick from:
Ranger XL: $32,159
Ranger XLT: $35,529
Ranger Lariat: $41,619
All three models with standard parts get an estimated fuel mileage of 11.8 L/100km when driven in the city and 9.8 when on the highway.
Both the XLT and Lariat can seat 5, including the driver. The XL, in addition to the driver, seats three passengers.
The Parts Behind the Power
Since the Ranger is an adventure vehicle, it comes standard with a 4x4 system. All trim models have:
Independent Front Axle Suspension
Front Suspension: Independent Short Long Arm and Tubular Stabilizer Bar
Rear Suspension: Leaf Springs - Hotchkiss-Type Non-Independent Live
Electronic-Shift-On-The-Fly with Neutral Towing Capability
4-Wheel Disc Brakes with ABS
Front Shock Absorbers: Gas
Rear Shock Absorbers: Gas – Outboard Mounted
Front Coil Springs
Rear Leaf Spring – Two-Stage Linear Rate
4-Pin Wiring, Ball Mounting Provisions on Rear Bumper
To give you the power you want when adventuring on and off the road, the Ranger has a standard 2.3L I-4 EcoBoost Engine with SelectShift automatic transmission. It is a 10-speed electronic transmission with Tow-Haul mode.
The engine also has auto start-stop technology. When you come to a complete stop, the engine automatically turns off. Once your foot lets up on the brake, the engine seamlessly turns back on.
All three trim models have optional features to give you the experience you want:
Electronic Locking Rear Differential
Terrain Management System with Four Selectable Drive Modes
Trail Control with Hill Descent Control
All three trims come standard with the same power and build. They just differ in looks and style.
There are many wheel looks to pick from:
16” Silver Steel Wheel: Standard on the XL
17” Silver-Painted Aluminum Wheel: Standard on the XLT, Optional on the XL
17” Chrome-Like PVD Wheel: Optional on the XLT
17” Magnetic-Painted Aluminum Wheel: Optional on the XLT and Lariat
18” Machined Aluminum Wheel with Stealth Grey Pockets: Standard on the Lariat
18” Machined Aluminum Wheel with Magnetic Pockets: Optional on the XLT and Lariat
18” Black-Painted Aluminum Wheel with Black Centre Cap: Optional on the XLT and Lariat
18” Chrome-Like PVD Wheel: Optional on the XLT and Lariat
There is also a menu of tires to pick from. Tire options include all-terrain and all-season options.
To keep you feeling comfortable, the XLT and Lariat come standard with dual-zone electronic climate control. The XL has single-zone manual air conditioning.
The XLT and Lariat have the most refined interior with standard colour-coordinated carpet and carpeted floor mats. While not standard, this is optional for the XL. The XL comes standard with black vinyl floor covering.
The Lariat has a standard leather-wrapped steering wheel and a leather-trimmed gear shifter so you can adventure with the most comfort and style. You can get these features as an upgrade with the XLT.
The XLT has a 4.2” productivity screen, also known as the instrument cluster, while the Lariat has dual 4.2” productivity screens. The XL’s productivity screen is 2.3”.
An adventure can turn into a nightmare when your phone’s battery is out of charge. To prevent this from happening, the XLT and Lariat have standard 110-Volt AC outlets. The outlets are optional on the XL.
The XL also has one smart-charging USB port. The XLT and Lariat have two ports.
On the XLT and Lariat, an 8” LCD touchscreen is set into the centre stack. The touchscreen has SYNC so that you can connect your phone to it. Both Apple and Android devices are compatible.
The Lariat comes standard with a 6-speaker audio system, but for the best music experience, you can choose the B&O 7-speaker and subwoofer system.
Ford vehicles have integrated driver-assist features to keep you safe when on the road. All trim models come standard with:
Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking
Forward Collision Warning
Dynamic Brake Support
Safety features standard on the XLT and Lariat and optional on the XL are:
Blind Spot Information System with Cross-Traffic Alert and Trailer Tow Coverage
Forward and Reverse Sensing System
Adaptive Cruise Control is optional on both the XLT and Lariat.
Features optional only for the Lariat are:
Heated Wiper park
Windshield Wiper De-Icer
Get Behind the Wheel
Take a look at our inventory online, then let us know if you see what you want. Our team here at Cabot Ford Lincoln can answer questions and get you behind the wheel for a test drive.