Ranger Tag

The highly-anticipated Ford Ranger Raptor, the smaller brother to the beloved F-150 Raptor, is finally set to hit the North American market for model year 2024. Recently, some spy shots of the Ranger on the assembly line hit the internet, providing a detailed and accurate look at what to expect from this mid-sized truck when it hits the dealer lots. Ford seems to have been hitting it out of the park lately with their new F-150 and Bronco editions, and this trim level offered for the Ranger looks to be no exception. Read on for a detailed recap of what we know currently about the 2024 Ford Ranger Raptor so far.  But first, a little backstory on the Ranger’s big brother. The F-150 Raptor: The Original Baja Truck  The first entry in the Raptor lineup was introduced in 2010 as the pinnacle trim level of  the F-150, and since then the

0-62 mph in less than 6 seconds sounds very good to us. The new Ford Ranger Raptor isn’t available in the United States yet but it will eventually arrive in North America. We haven’t had the chance to sample the performance truck yet but we expect to get behind the wheel in the very near future. If you are eager to find out how quick the pickup truck is off the line, you don’t have to wait until it arrives in the US. Thanks to a new video, we can see the 2023 Ranger Raptor in action unleashing all its potential. The PDriveTV channel on YouTube recently had the privilege to test drive the new Ranger Raptor. The vehicle featured in the clip above is from the Australian specification, which means it has the more powerful version of the 3.0-liter EcoBoost V6. As a reminder, due to emissions restrictions, in Europe, the truck

Ford Ranger is an excellent Ford model that has been made since 1983. This is a helpful tip if you're buying a Ford Ranger for the first time or if you've had one for a while but aren't sure what engine oil to use. Oil is like blood in a car, your body may cleanse its blood and make new cells over time, but a car cannot. Oil changes are one of the most vital preventative maintenance tasks and are routines for car maintenance. Every 7,500 to 10,000 miles requires an engine oil change. If you don't change your oil regularly, you could create fuel economy concerns, engine damage, or even engine failure.This article will guide you through choosing the most suitable engine oil for your Ford Ranger. Using the appropriate motor oil will make oil changes easier and ensure your engine runs smoothly. Tips to Know Before Choosing a