See How the All New Ford Ranger Stacks Up

Part of shopping for a new vehicle is seeing what the completion has to offer. While spending time online reading and comparing models isn't as much fun as going for a test drive it is important. This is the best way to make sure that you get the truck with all of the power and features you are looking for. To help make it easier for our customers from around Philadelphia to find the information they need to make a well-informed decision we have done the comparing for you. We have compared the Toyota Tacoma and Nissan Frontier to the all-new Ford Ranger in every where that matters most. Now all you have to do is come down to Pacifico Marple Ford Lincoln experience the Ford Ranger from the best seat in the house. The driver's seat.

    

Ford Ranger VS Toyota Tacoma:

  • Powertrain: For many Broomall drivers looking for a new truck, power is the number one priority and right of the bat the Ford Ranger is off to a commanding lead. While the Toyota Tacoma has two engine options to choose from, neither are as fuel efficient or offer the same towing power. The Tacoma is powered by either a 159 horsepower 2.7L four-cylinder or a 3.5L V6 with 278 horsepower. The Ford Ranger, however, is powered by a powerful 2.3L turbocharged EcoBoost engine with auto start-stop technology and a class-exclusive ten-speed automatic transmission. The Ford Ranger delivers 270 horsepower, best-in-class 310 lb.-ft. of torque, and best-in-class 21 city mpg and an impressive 26 highway mpg.

  • Towing & Payload:
  • Ford Ranger 2.3L EcoBoost: Best-in-class 1,860 lbs. max payload, best-in-class 7,500 lbs. max towing
  • Toyota Tacoma 2.7L four-cylinder: 1,620 lbs. max payload, 3,500 lbs. max towing
  • Toyota Tacoma 3.5L V6: 1,540 lbs. max payload, 6,800 lbs. max towing
  • Safety: Many Haverford drivers are drawn to the Tacoma for its Toyota Safety Sense suite of advanced safety features that are standard. But the Ford Ranger also comes standard with a number of advanced safety features, some of which the Toyota Tacoma doesn't offer. Like SOS Post Crash Alert, which is standard on the Ford Ranger. The Ranger also comes standard with Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking, Hill Start Assist, and AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control. Available safety features of the Ford Ranger include BLIS blind spot detection with adjustable trailer coverage, Lane-Keeping System with Lane-Keeping Alert, Lane-Keeping Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Driver Alert.

  • Features: Once again the Ford Ranger outshines the Toyota Tacoma with more features. Like standard FordPass Connect™ with 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot for up to 10 devices. Or Ford+Alexa which enables your Ford Ranger with over 50,000 functions of Amazon Alexa. The Tacoma doesn't offer either.

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    Ford Ranger VS Nissan Frontier:

  • Powertrain: Like the Toyota Tacoma, the Nissan Frontier has two engine options for Havertown drivers to choose from and like the Tacoma, they both fall short of the Ford Ranger when it comes to powerful and efficient performance. The Nissan Frontier comes standard with a 2.5L four-cylinder that generates 152 horsepower. Or for more power, there is a 4.0L V6 with 261 horsepower. Both powertrain options of the Nissan Frontier can't keep up with the 2.3L turbocharged EcoBoost engine under the hood of the Ford Ranger with 270 horsepower and best-in-class 310 lb.-ft. of torque.
  • Towing & Payload:
  • Ford Ranger 2.3L EcoBoost: Best-in-class 1,860 lbs. max payload, best-in-class 7,500 lbs. max towing
  • Nissan Frontier 2.5L four-cylinder: 920 lbs. max payload, 3,810 lbs. max towing
  • Nissan Frontier 4.0L V6: 1,460 lbs. max payload, 6,640 lbs. max towing
  • Safety: The Nissan Frontier falls flat when it comes to advanced safety features. The only safety features that the Frontier has to offer Springfield, PA are Traction Control System, Vehicle Dynamics Control, Tire Pressure Monitoring System, and Anti-Lock Braking System. Unlike the Ford Ranger that has a wide array of advanced safety features that range from standard Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking to available Adaptive Cruise Control.
  • Features: Philadelphia want a truck that has a lot to offer without breaking the bank and the Ford Ranger comes out on top. Many of the multimedia features, like Apple CarPlay & Android Auto are only available on upper-level trims or not offered. While the Ford Ranger has everything you are looking for to keep your favorite tunes playing, keep you charged and connected no matter where the road may go.
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