We’ve written before about some of the elite off-roading systems that will be available on the 2019 Ford Ranger when it makes its dealership debut early in 2019, but now we have great news for truck shoppers looking for a midsize pickup with plenty of capability. The engine output numbers for the Ranger have been released, and this midsize truck will offer best-in-class towing, torque, and payload capacity. So how much can the 2019 Ford Ranger tow and haul? Keep reading to find out.
How much can the 2019 Ford Ranger tow?
The 2019 Ford Ranger will come with a 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine that offers 270 horsepower and a best-in-class 310 pound-feet of torque. This is a level of engine output that wouldn’t look out of place on a full-size truck, and certainly impresses on a midsize model.
When properly equipped with the available tow package and a trailer brake controlled, the 2019 Ford Ranger can conventionally tow up to 7,500 pounds. This is an impressive number which puts it ahead of any other gasoline-powered truck in its class (including V-6 models). The 2019 Ranger and can offer busy drivers many more options when it comes to getting a boat, trailer or camper where it needs to go.
Payload on the 2019 Ranger
In addition to significant trailering potential (which is ideal whether you are hauling snowmobiles to the trails during Minnesota winters or visiting one of our lakes in the summer) the 2019 Ford Ranger also offers a class-leading payload capacity of up to 1,860 pounds.
For drivers who want a confident midsize truck for tackling the trails or the daily commute can find plenty of power and practicality with the 2019 Ford Ranger, as well as elite off-roading features that can let this model go pretty much anywhere it wants. Want to reserve your 2019 Ford Ranger in the Brainerd MN area? Contact a representative at Kimber Creek Ford today.