Meet Your 2010 Ford Ranger

2010 Ford Ranger
2010 Ford Ranger
2010 Ford Ranger
2010 Ford Ranger
2010 Ford Ranger
2010 Ford Ranger
2010 Ford Ranger
2010 Ford Ranger
2010 Ford Ranger
2010 Ford Ranger
Starting From
$25,599
CAD
Licensing and applicable taxes
  • 4.0L V-6 207hp engine
  • 5-speed manual transmission with overdrive
  • 4-wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS)
  • side seat mounted airbags
  • airbag occupancy sensor
  • air conditioning
  • 16" aluminum wheels
  • ABS and driveline traction control
  • four-wheel drive
  • AdvanceTrac w/RSC electronic stability
  • SIRIUS AM/FM/Satellite in-dash mounted single CD MP3 decoder
  • with 4 speakers.

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The Ford Ranger has been America's best-selling compact pickup for many years. As a work truck, the Ford Ranger offers serious truck capability at affordable prices.

Available as a 4x2 Regular cab or 4x2 and 4x4 Supercab the Ranger is offered in three trims: XL, XLT, and Sport. A 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine generates 143 horsepower and a 4.0-liter V6 engine produces 207 horsepower. Available transmissions include a standard five-speed manual or an optional five-speed automatic. The supercab is available as a two-door or four-door with jump seats. A trailer hitch and safety features such as four-wheel anti-lock brakes and dual-stage front airbags are standard equipment. New for 2010 all Rangers include Roll Stability Control with AdvanceTrac, and Side Seat airbags. The 2-door SuperCab now includes jump seats in standard equipment.

For 2010, the Ford Ranger is mainly a carryover from 2009.

Quick Quotes
Ranger team revised the suspension to quell the previous truck's somewhat wallowy ride and herky-jerky handling.
- Automobile, CarsDirect
Transmission will shift hard and fast when instructed by a heavy right foot.
- Car and Driver, CarsDirect
The engine (4.0-liter) felt powerful at all times and even sporty.
- Edmunds.com, CarsDirect
Latest Rangers serve up bolder, more aggressive styling.
- PickupTruck.com, CarsDirect
Edge model I drove was loaded with enough gauges to satisfy a classic sports-car buff.
- Carpoint.com, CarsDirect
Overall, we found the new styling to be, well, stylin'
- Edmunds.com, CarsDirect
Among compact pickups, it's still the pick of the pack.
- Automobile, CarsDirect
New Ranger edge is positioned between the XL and XLT and aimed at younger buyer.
- Edmunds.com, CarsDirect

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Value in a rugged compact pickup.

Introduction

The Ford Ranger has built a solid reputation as a rugged workhorse of a compact pickup.While many of the entry-level pickups from other manufacturers have moved up in size, roominess, features and refinement, the Ranger maintains its position as a true compact pickup that offers solid value for the money.Though quite dated now, the Ranger remains a good, reliable, proven truck with worthwhile features and attractive pricing.

Two engines are available, a 2.3-liter four-cylinder and a 4.0-liter V6.Each engine is available with a five-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission.The four-cylinder engine with manual transmission and two-wheel drive has EPA fuel economy ratings of 21/26 mpg City/Highway, making it most fuel-efficient pickup on the market.In addition to its excellent fuel economy, it also has a 7,500-mile service interval for routine maintenance, such as oil changes.The 2.3-liter dohc four-cylinder makes 143 horsepower and 154 pound-feet of torque.The 4.0-liter V6 makes 207 horsepower and 238 pound-feet of torque.Four-wheel drive is available, but only with the V6 engine.

For 2010, there are only a few changes, but they are significant from a safety standpoint.AdvanceTrac electronic stability control with Roll Stability Control (RSC) becomes standard equipment; this system can help prevent skidding and roll-over conditions.And, also as standard equipment, there are new combination side airbags, designed to offer head and torso protection.

The 2010 Ford Ranger comes in three body styles: Regular Cab, SuperCab, SuperCab with four doors.Most versions have a 6-foot cargo bed, but a 7-foot bed is available on the Regular Cab with two-wheel drive.There are three trim levels: XL, up-level XLT, and the sportier-appearing Sport version.

top Body Exterior featuresSportXLT
Rear step bumperYY
Trailer hitch receiverYY
Skid platesYY
Power door mirrorsY
top Convenience Features featuresSportXLT
Front beverage holdersYY
Air conditioningYY
Speed controlY
Passenger door binY
Driver door binY
Power windowsY
Illuminated entryY
Tilt steering wheelY
Passenger vanity mirrorY
Remote keyless entryY
top Entertainment Features featuresSportXLT
CD playerYY
MP3 decoderYY
top Lighting, Visibility and Instrumentation featuresSportXLT
Oil pressure gaugeYY
Front fog lightsYY
VoltmeterYY
TachometerYY
Variably intermittent wipersYY
Low tire pressure warningYY
top Off-Road Capability featuresSportXLT
top Powertrain featuresSportXLT
Variable intake manifoldYY
Block heaterYY
Sequential multi-point fuel injectionYY
top Safety and Security featuresSportXLT
4 wheel disc brakesYY
ABS brakesYY
Occupant sensing airbagYY
Traction controlYY
Dual front side impact airbagsYY
Dual front impact airbagsYY
Electronic stabilityYY
Ignition disableYY
Panic alarmY
top Seats and Trim featuresSportXLT
Split folding rear seatYY
Leather steering wheelY
top Suspension/Handling featuresSportXLT
Front wheel independent suspensionYY
Front anti-roll barYY
Power steeringYY
Alloy wheelsYY
Prices may include cash incentives available to Canadian customers residing in the province of Ontario, for details about pricing available to customers outside of Ontario please contact us.