2024 Ford Ranger

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  • Overview

    A black 2024 Ford Ranger Lariat is angled left.

    The 2024 Ford Ranger marks a leap forward for this classic midsize pickup truck. It has received its first significant redesign since the Ranger returned to the market in 2019. While it is still recognizable as part of the Ranger legacy, this new model is made to rule America thanks to its terrain-conquering ability. Old fans of the Ranger will be wowed by its new dimensions and capabilities, and first-time drivers of the Ranger will wonder why they waited so long to switch over to this midsize pickup truck.

    As a proud Albany dealership, we at DePaula Ford know that the great state of New York has a lot to offer. To experience it, you need a ride that you can put your full trust in. Rest assured that the 2024 Ford Ranger will be just that. If you’re interested in seeing New York's wilderness, the Ranger will get you there; if you want to head down to the beaches of Long Island, the Ranger will be ready to ride over the sand. Off-roading isn’t just a possibility for the Ranger––in many ways; it’s its preference. For those of you who need a midsize truck for work, you’re going to love the 2024 Ford Ranger. Its capability is off the charts, and you’ll be able to excel when it comes to towing and hauling.

    Let’s walk you through the details of this model so that you can appreciate its specs and see why it needs to be your next truck. Then, after we’ve wowed you, make certain to come down to DePaula Ford so you can get one of these masterpieces before they sell out. The fact that it’s redesigned already has pickup aficionados salivating, so we expect this model to sell fast.

    270-315

    Horsepower (hp)

    7,500

    Towing (lbs)

    1,805

    Payload (lbs)

    Starting at

    $32,565[a]

  • Performance

    A white 2024 Ford Ranger XLT is shown from the rear on a dirt trail.

    Unstoppable Power

    Pickup trucks are made for performance. Comfort and looks are important, naturally, but they cannot overcome a poor engine or bad bed design. Trucks were designed to help American drivers work, and modern pickups should continue that tradition. With the 2024 Ford Ranger, performance comes first. The base version of this pickup is powered by a 2.3L EcoBoost engine that’ll give you 270 hp and 310 lb-ft of torque, which will be plenty to have you barreling down the highway.

    However, if you want a real roar from your engine, there’s an available 2.7L EcoBoost V6 that’ll have you living large. It gives you an eye-popping 315 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque. What do these numbers mean? Smooth riding and some seriously aggressive acceleration. Any passengers you have will be blown away by how well your pickup truck performs, even when you’re towing thousands of pounds. Thanks to its engines, this already intimidating-looking pickup will appear unstoppable when you're putting the pedal to the metal.

    Stellar Capability

    However, those horsepower and torque ratings are important for more than just speed. They’re also necessary for a pickup that needs to tow and haul a significant amount of weight. If you’re someone who envisions using your truck for labor or if you’re someone who plans to take it for long camping trips, then the Ranger's horsepower and torque mean you can bring what you need.

    Rest assured that the 2024 Ford Ranger is able to deliver stellar capability. You won’t have to take multiple trips if you’re transporting materials for work, nor will you have to make difficult decisions on what to leave behind if you plan to go outbacking for the week. The new Ranger can tow up to 7,500 lbs, which is about 3,300 lbs more than the Ranger itself weighs. You’re not going to feel limited when it comes time to tow, nor are you going to feel much drag when you’re towing.

    The Ranger’s bed can carry a lot of cargo as well. You can have up to 1,805 lbs in your bed without the Ranger missing a step. Plus, the bed’s structure is designed so that you can get full use of it with handy features like the Integrated Boxside Step. Nothing is worse than a bed that can hold a lot but has a design that makes it challenging to utilize.

  • Technology

    The black interior of a 2024 Ford Ranger XLT is shown from above the center console.

    A Smart Truck

    The 2024 Ford Ranger is smart. It has all the expected technology inside, like a standard 10.1-inch touchscreen (which can be upgraded to 12 inches if you want) and Ford’s Co-Pilot360 driver-assist features. All the infotainment systems are also there, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. There’s even wireless charging. The Ranger’s voice-activated SYNC 4A tech will have your back when it comes to navigation and music. If you want to have your favorite playlist start or you need a new route to your destination due to traffic, all you have to do is speak up, and the SYNC 4A system will start working for you.

    But there are some features that make the 2024 Ranger really stand out from the pack in terms of tech. For instance, it comes with a terrain management system that adjusts the truck’s traction and performance depending on the type of ground you plan to traverse. Whether you’re going to be sloshing through mud, barreling through snow, or taking on a sandy locale, the terrain management system will be with you every step of the way.

    Work-Ready Features

    When it comes to labor, the technology in the Ranger again steps up to the plate. The Ranger’s bed is just as capable as the interior. It comes with 400 watts of power from an in-bed outlet, so you can charge whatever you need at your work site. This is a gift for anyone working construction since you won’t need to worry about bringing along a generator. Lastly, the zone lighting option will make it easy to see your bed and the surrounding area, even if you’re in the dead of night. This can help on a late-night job or if you’re out camping in the Catskills.

    There’s tech that covers the trailer, too. The Trailer Brake Controller makes certain that your trailer brakes when you brake. It’s an extra backup system, so you can feel a solid sense of command and security when you have a hefty trailer behind you. Pro Trailer Backup Assist will reduce your stress, as well. It gives you a knob on the dash that makes backing up with a trailer easy. Simply turn the knob in the direction you want to go, and the Ranger calculates your steering inputs for you. When you hitch a trailer to your truck, you deserve to do so without concern: the 2024 Ford Ranger will make certain of that.

  • Exterior

    A blue 2024 Ford Ranger XL STX is shown from the front at an angle.

    Alluring and Effective

    Ford’s engineers have designed the Ranger’s exterior to be both alluring and effective. It has a longer wheelbase than past models and offers up to 9.3 inches of ground clearance and a fully-boxed frame. The Ranger’s cab has seating for five thanks to the standard SuperCrew design that’s long been a popular choice for Ford’s trucks, and the seating is comfortable for passengers. Gone are the days when riding in a pickup truck meant cramped, unpleasant seating. This cab is especially well structured to please fellow workers or friends and family.

    This Ranger is wider and sturdier than past Ranger models, which gives it such an intense presence on the road. Throw in its intimidating grille, and it’s no wonder this is being talked about as an incredible pickup truck. You’ll be able to choose from a slew of colors for your Ranger so it can be customized to match your personality. There’s Carbonized Gray, which has the Ranger shining like chrome, and there are bright options, like Hot Pepper Red, which adds sportiness to the Ranger’s intimidating stance.

    But the small exterior details also make a lot of difference, even if you don’t notice them at first glance. For instance, the integrated box step makes it simple for anyone to get into the Ranger’s bed. If you’ve pulled a muscle or are just tired after a long day, going in and out of the bed won’t be much trouble, thanks to this intuitive design. After all, the ability to help you get the job done makes or breaks a pickup truck.

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