Fuel Economy of 2020 Ford Ranger



Are you looking for a truck with an enviable powertrain in NC? Head over to Deacon Jones Ford and test drive the 2020 Ford Ranger today!

The new Ford Ranger is capable of being a smooth operator and a tough truck; whenever you need it to be. It provides superior power delivery with the same muscular payload and towing capabilities that Ford trucks are well-known for. The trim levels on the 2020 Ford Ranger vary from the base XL to the spruced-up Lariat.

Performance, Transmission, and Engine

When you peek under the hood of the Ford Ranger, you’ll be met with a turbocharged 2.3 liter, four-cylinder engine that’s capable of generating 270 hp and 310 lb-ft of torque. That’s enough muscle to make the 2020 Ford Ranger very fast. Whether you opt for the XL or the Lariat, all Ford trucks are equipped with a 10-speed automatic transmission, enabling quick and smooth shifts. The ground clearance varies from 8.4 inches to 8.9 inches, depending on the model. The 2020 Ranger also boasts an impressive Terrain Management System that improves features like transmission gearing and engine responsiveness, which optimizes the truck’s output on different terrains. In addition, Ford also offers four drive modes: Grass/Snow/Gravel, Sand, Mud/Ruts, and Normal.

Ford Ranger MPG

The fuel economy ratings on the 2020 Ford trucks are similar to those of the 2019 model. The 2020 Ford Ranger MPG with rear-wheel drive achieves an EPA gas mileage of 21/26 mpg city/highway. The four-wheel-drive option attains an EPA of 20/24 mpg.

If you’re concerned about value and performance, then you’ll be satisfied with Ford’s base model, the XL. It still offers excellent ride quality and acceleration. The XL is also much smoother and faster than its advanced and lavish counterparts. All 2020 Ford Ranger models are equipped with driver-assist features such as automated emergency braking and forward-collision warning. Many rivals wouldn’t offer these features even on their most expensive trim levels. When you add a decent fuel economy to the mix, you’ve got a decent truck.

For more information, visit the Deacon Jones Ford dealership in Goldsboro, NC, which also serves residents from Wilson, Benson, and Greenville. 

Source: Ford