2019 Ford Ranger 4-Cylinder EcoBoost 2.3-litre Engine Review

2019 Ford Ranger 4-Cylinder EcoBoost 2.3-litre Engine Review – A couple weeks ago out of the Detroit Auto Show, we have been offered a examine the 2019 Ford Ranger. The US version of the up-to-date pickup was wearing display next to other Ford emits. At the stage, it would appear that the styling changes are small, with the body outstanding basically the very same.

2019 Ford Ranger Redesign
2019 Ford Ranger Redesign

Changes are already created to the grille, lighting fixtures and the FX4 version shows up to have signals built into the wheel arch flares. The grille and lighting fixtures the two look to be small and the front club is now two different portions – such as the top and base halves, with the base half simply being stainless steel rather of plastic material. In the beginning, the front nightclub changes really feel like a bit of a step in the opposite direction in design. In spite of this, incorporating a bullbar to the Ranger will probably be a considerably more uncomplicated workout. All you will require doing is get rid of the underside half, and install the nightclub – no requirement to reduce up the recent one-part front club.

2019 Ford Ranger Interior
2019 Ford Ranger Interior

At the stage, the unveiled version does not include a diesel version (our American close friends never frequently get a diesel under 5L capacity). Having said that, they have cast in the four-cylinder EcoBoost 2.3-litre engine, which is observed in the Focus RS and Mustang down under.

2019 Ford Ranger Specs
2019 Ford Ranger Specs

If you consider the four-banger may be a tiny soft for an Australian Ute, you would be improper. It features 16-valves, twin scroll turbo, and forged crank and con rods, and the twin cams are sequence driven, as compared to buckle. Oh yeah, and there is also a 10-speed auto box right behind it. Therefore we may nicely see a turbocharged petrol engine as nicely as the diesel can come release in Australia which is tentatively planned for mid to past due September this year for the MY19.