The miles prove unforgiving - leaping from sharp turns to rocky straightaways - and too often do drivers find their vehicles lacking. Chrome cracks; engines sputter; and suspensions rattle with every slippery terrain. The Washington byways aren’t for the faint-hearted (or the weak-powered).
This is why the 2019 Ranger will prove such a vital addition to every mile.
According to Auto Week, Ford has entered the official testing phase of its Ranger production process - pitting this platform against the elements in a grueling series of stress tests. Recently the Big Blue Oval entered its Arizona proving grounds, wanting to see how the truck would perform under the blazing sun.
As expected, the Ranger delivered class-leading results.
Anchoring this platform is a Terrain Management System - which delivers intuitive gear modes to accommodate changing inclines and conditions. With the press of a button the all-wheel-drive can be engaged, transferring torque to the tires as needed and regulating each rev. Friction is increased and balance (courtesy of an electronic locking differential) is assured. Advanced sensors then track the roll-rate of each mile, quickly assessing all performance metrics. Should any be found lacking, the Ranger will instantly adjust its trajectory and deliver a perfect realignment.
To further impress, the lightweight aluminum chassis delivers superior protection against both heat and rain - with its military-grade compounds sealed with an available Clear-Coat glaze. This maintains the integrity of every panel and counters concerns of rust (no matter how extreme the weather).
The 2019 Ranger is ready for every road - even the ones found in Washington. To learn more contact us today!