June has just begun - but already Tacoma critics are surrounding themselves with calendars and clocks, determined not to miss a single second. They’re counting down the days until August.
Why such interest in this faraway month? The Sound Ford team thinks we have the answer.
According to TFL Truck, Ford is readying its assembly plants for the arrival of the 2019 Ranger - and August 13th will serve as the official ordering day. Washington drivers will be allowed to examine every spec sheet, deciphering horsepower and torque ratios as they create the ultimate compact platforms. Mere months separate the market from class-leading performance.
We can’t fault local critics for obsessing over every instant. They’re just as anxious as we are to see the 2019 Ranger in action - wanting to sample its 2.3L EcoBoost inline-four engine (which will, reportedly, offer up to 350 HP) and 10-speed automatic transmission. The inclusion of magnetic dampers promises a smooth ride, bolstering the two-wheel and four-wheel drivetrains; while all-terrain tires will sail through every mile with ease. Skid plates will line the undercarriage, protecting the suspension against debris; and an exclusive Grass/Gravel mode will deliver precise torque distribution and enhanced traction on the backroads.
The 2019 Ranger will prove perfect for every adventure - and drivers (and critics) have mere months to wait before the ordering process can begin. To learn more about this pick-up contact our team today.