2019 Ford Ranger MPG
2019 Ford Ranger MPG Ranger returns to the US after a long break. In its launch, the 2019 Ranger will be supported by a 10-speed automatic-powered 2.3-liter EcoBoost turbo-four engine, but you will be amazed to see another engine option from the line. The Ranger will also offer driver-assisted security features and an optional package in the FX4 model.
The 2019 Ford Ranger is one of the hottest anticipated new pickup trucks, and the folks are eager to learn about it as early as possible. Today, at least there may be official fuel economy figures for rear wheel drive.
Ranger5G Forum claims to have discovered its first official window Sticker for the 2019 Ranger, which includes its fuel economy. According to the alleged window Sticker, the 2019 Ford Ranger will obtain the RWD 21 MPG City, 26 highway and 23 combined.
Ford neither confirmed nor denied the information. “We are thrilled to share the fuel economy figures for the entire new Ford Ranger with 2.3-liter EcoBoost, and once we will make the EPA receive official certification, ” said a Ford spokesman in an email statement. During the writing, these figures were not yet available on the EPA’s website.
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If these numbers are true, he’s going to throw the Ranger at the top of the class. According to Fueleconomy.gov, the most efficient available medium size truck (with a gas engine) 2019 Chevrolet Colorado at RWD 20 MPG City and 26 motorway. 2019 Honda Ridgeline FWD 19 City and 26 highways its tail is hot.
That said, the Colorado RWD with a diesel engine will beat the group with 20 cities and 30 Highway forecast fuel economy. The Ranger may be available with a diesel in other markets, but this will not be the case in the U.S., so diesel Colorado will probably remain the king of fuel economy now.
So how do these two-wheel drive rangers resist burning fuel when fighting? With a 3.6-liter V6 and two-wheel drive, the 2018 Chevy Colorado City 18 and 25 mpg on the highway for a combined, 20 mpg, while offering more torque which means that the Ranger is more efficient, while Ford Colorado’s 308 hors d’oeuvres slightly down though epower.
The hood and the Duramax diesel under the two-wheel drive, Colorado is still more effective than the Ranger, offering 22 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway, but considering the Ranger only makes less than 60 lb-ft of torque than diesel, combined fuel economy two The MPG difference looks pretty good.
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On Toyota, the two-wheel drive with a 3.5-liter V6 comes in 19 cities in Tacoma, combined 21 MPG for 24 highways, beating out of the gas Colorado but still not quite as good as the new Ranger.
2019 Ford Ranger MPG
And for this curiosity, the Nissan Frontier takes two-wheel drive with a 4.0-liter V6 16 City mpg, 23 combined to 19 mpg on the highway, the bad bunch when medium-sized trucks come to fuel economy.
2019 Ford Ranger has already entered production in Michigan. Its starting price is $25,395, and it may have had a limited lineup for less than $30,000 that means almost every trim of the truck. All Rangers come with the same engine – a 2.3-liter turbocharged I 2010 putting out 270 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque, which is the leading class-between medium-sized trucks without diesel engines. On the right spec, Ford says it’s up to £7,500 to pull up and move the bed up to £1,860.