Ford Ranger Offers Three Engines
March 5, 2007
Filed under Trailer News
The 2007 Ford Ranger compact pickup is available in regular-cab and
extended-cab body styles. Regular cabs are available with either a 6- or
a 7-foot bed; SuperCabs come only with a 6-footer. Trim levels include
XL, STX, XLT, Sport, FX4 Off-Road and FX4 Level II. Three engines are
offered, a 143-hp 2.3-liter four cylinder, a 148-hp 3.0-liter V-6 and a
207-hp 4.0-liter V-6. Choices of automatic and manual transmissions and
two- or four-wheel drive are also available.
XL models are bare bones, while the STX adds a few upgrades and
offers the Power Equipment Group, which provides keyless entry and power
windows, locks and mirrors. The Ranger XLT and Sport include air
conditioning and a CD player. The FX4 Off-Road model includes a
limited-slip rear axle, all-terrain tires, heavy-duty shocks, tow hooks
and skid plates. The FX4 Level II has a limited-slip rear differential,
15-inch Alcoa wheels with 31-inch-diameter all-terrain tires, Bilstein
shocks and full skid-plate protection.
Tow ratings range from 2,240 pounds to 6,000 pounds, depending on options. MSRP range is $13,860 – $24,315.