The 2019 Ford Ranger is back and ready for adventure! has been involved in the return of the Ford Ranger from its debut in January, the production launch in October, and finally the Media Drive in December.

This page has been created to help familiarize yourself with the new Ford Ranger. It includes everything from technical specifications to test drive videos.


Make sure you check out our 2019 Ford Ranger Forum for the latest discussions.

2019 Ford Ranger Links

Here are some articles and assorted documents to help familiarize yourself with the new 2019 Ford Ranger:

Order Guide

2019 Ford Ranger Order Guide (.pdf)


2019 Ford Ranger Owners Guide (.pdf)

2019 Ford Ranger Trail Control & Terrain Management Explained

2019 Ford Ranger Specifications

2019 Ford Ranger Technical Specifications (.pdf)

Ford Ranger 2.3L Ecoboost Engine Specifications (2019)

2019 Ford Ranger 2.3L EcoBoost Engine Introduction

Ford 10R80 10-Speed Automatic Transmission

Dana Spicer Advantek Axles In Your Ranger

2019 Ford Ranger Body Builders Layout Book (.pdf)

2019 Ford Ranger Window Sticker – Example

2019 Ford Ranger Available Features List (.pdf)

Ford Ranger Debut / Start of Production  / Test Drive:

2019 Ford Ranger Debut (our take of it)

Ford Celebrates The Start of Ranger Production (our story)

First Drive Of The 2019 Ford Ranger On/Off Highway

Michigan Assembly Plant – Where Your Ranger Is Built

Ford News Releases:

The 1st 2019 Ford Ranger Rolls Off The Line

Ford Celebrates Production Of 2019 Ford Ranger

2019 Ford Ranger Tough Testing

2019 Ford Ranger Capability Release

2019 Ford Ranger Fuel Economy (MPG)

All-New Ford Ranger Uses Radar to Make Towing Easier

2019 Ford Ranger’s Built For SEMA

Ford Makes Yakima Accessories Available For Ranger

2019 Ford Ranger Accessories List

Trail Control / Terrain Management

Ford Trail Control Engineer Brandon Cameron explains the Trail Control and Terrain Management systems to owner Jim Oaks. Video and introduction by Steve Turner.

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