FORD RANGER GETS THREE NEW OFF-ROAD PERFORMANCE PACKAGES

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Ford Ranger Off Road Package

Pickup trucks are some of the most popularly modified vehicles on the road, whether they be new or used. In fact, Ford states that Ranger owners here in the states added an average of $650 worth of accessories to their new trucks in 2019 alone. For those looking to streamline the process, the brand is adding three new accessory packages to the Ford Ranger lineup.

Ranger With Ford Performance Level 1 Package. Image Courtesy of Ford.

The new accessory packages come by way of Ford Performance, and aim to enhance the off-road capability and appearance of Ford’s mid-size pickup. For $2,495 before installation, buyers can spec the Level 1 package which includes: an off-road leveling kit, Fox 2.0 Performance Series shocks tuned by Ford Performance, unique 17-inch Dyno Gray wheels, as well as a Ford Performance bedside graphic and windshield banner.

The Level 2 package for the Ford Ranger will include all of the content from level one, but will also add quite a bit more performance hardware. The engine calibration is changed by Ford Performance, which brings power outputs up to 315 hp and 370 lb.-ft of torque. It also includes a set of BFGoodrich KO2 tires measuring 265/70R17, a Rigid off-road fog light kit, blue tow hooks, and a Ford Performance stainless steel license plate frame. MSRP before installation for the level two package is $4,495.

Ranger With Ford Performance Level 2 Package. Image Courtesy of Ford.

Should you still want more off-roading goodies for your pickup, the Level 3 package by Ford Performance might be the best value of the bunch. Again adopting the hardware from the lower packages, Level 3 also includes a Rigid 40-inch LED light bar kit, red tow hooks, a Ford Performance by ARB front bumper ready for a winch, the Ford Performance chase rack, and a sports exhaust system for the 2.3L motor. All of these accessories combined will run you $8,995 before installation.

Ford Ranger buyers will be able to start ordering the Level 1 and Level 2 accessory packages from dealers in August, however the Level 3 package isn’t slated to be offered until next summer.

Ranger With Ford Performance Level 3 Package. Image via Ford.

Written by Lucas Allen

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