The 2020 Ford Ranger Is Adventure Ready

The Ford Ranger is back in the headlines and for good reasons. This particular pickup has been in production on and off for several decades. The 2020 Ford Ranger is by far the better version, and here is why. This truck comes with a new facade that's eye-catching from any angle. Of course, Milford consumers can expect a powerful and efficient engine and modern innovation. There are three available trims to choose from, including the XL, XLT, and Lariat. The term "Built Ford Tough" truly epitomizes what the new Ranger entails.


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Exterior

The 2020 Ford Ranger has been redesigned with a more modern look. This pickup truck sports some of the softest contours along with its door panels and on its hood. The vehicle's front fascia has a beautiful design of hardware, including well-crafted fog lights and a masterfully crafted grille. The design of the grille will vary per model as well as coming in chrome or blacked-out. If you choose the FX4 Off-Road Package, this truck will sport a steel bash plate in the front and tow hooks. Strong body lines will flow evenly from end to end, standing out in Norwalk. The Ford Ranger also displays stunning LEDs and somewhat-high wheel arches. Exterior paint comes in various hues, such as

  • Rapid Red
  • Shadow Black
  • Lightning Blue
  • Magnetic
  • Oxford White
  • Iconic Silver

Performance

The 2020 Ford Ranger is a beast on the highway and a monster on off-road settings around Stamford. Underneath the hood sits a 2.3-liter engine that produces up to 270 horsepower. This EcoBoost engine will also produce as much as 310 pound-feet of torque. This gas-powered engine is also equipped with a twin-scroll turbocharger for immediate power and acceleration. Up to 7,500 pounds can be towed, and it has a best-in-class payload rating of 1,860 pounds. SelectShift technology is also built into the 10-speed automatic transmission for smoother shifts on Danbury and Norwalk's roads.