2023 Ford Ranger All Price, Mileage, Top Speed, 0-60 mph And Specification

Performance & Details of 2023 Ford Ranger

2023 Ford Ranger is the American Marque’s redesigned mid-sized pickup truck for the 2023 model year. Its bolder front-end styling is adopted and inspired by the larger F-150 sibling. While Ford has said that the new Ranger will be available with a turbodiesel V6 in some markets. But we expect the American version will be powered by the same turbocharged 2.3-Liter four-cylinder engine as the outgoing model with rear-wheel drive as standard. A four-wheel drive system is optional, and we also expect to see a hybrid powertrain option join the lineup too. But the most exciting thing is the prospect of a high-performance Raptor variant. There will be two distinct body styles: a four-door crew cab and an extended cab model with two rear half-doors. The cabin also receives a minor revamp, featuring a large, vertically-oriented infotainment system similar to what’s found in the Edge SUV.

What’s New?

This next-gen Ranger will be all-new and expected to go on sale in 2022 as a 2023 model. The outgoing model is capable of towing up to 7500 pounds, which puts it near to its class for mid-size pickups. Expect the new model to offer a similar capability. Inside, the Ranger’s cabin receives a modern look with an available digital gauge display, textured dashboard trim, and honey-comb patterned air vents. Most of the truck’s various controls and buttons have been digitized and are now part of the infotainment system.

Engine & Performance

  • 2023 Ford Ranger
  • 2023 Ford Ranger
  • 2023 Ford Ranger

While Ford could play games of switching, we think the new Ranger will come with the same turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder as the outgoing model. From a perspective, this engine has enough power to hustle the mid-size truck around the town, and we don’t expect that to change with the new model. The carmaker says it will offer a turbodiesel V6 in other markets but don’t keep your hopes up thinking that it will make its way to North America. A variety of transmissions are available, this includes a six-speed manual and a 10-speed automatic. But from rumors, Ford will stick with the 10-speed as standard equipment on Rangers in the U.S. The truck is available with a Terrain Management System that tweaks things like engine responsiveness and transmission gearing optimizing the truck’s performance on various types of terrain.

Fuel Economy Of 2023 Ford Ranger

2023 Ford Ranger MileageCityHighway
RWD21 mpg26 mpg
AWD20 mpg24 mpg
2023 Ford Ranger Fuel Economy

The EPA has rated the rear-wheel drive Ranger to earn up to 21 mpg city and 26 on the highway. The all-wheel-drive version has been estimated as high as 20 mpg city and 24 highway, but the Tremor model sees ratings drop to 19 mpg. The third rear-wheel drive version achieves 25 mpg in highway testing.


2023 Ford Ranger Dimensions
Length210.8 in
Width73.3 in
Height73.2 in
Wheelbase126.8 in
Cargo Volume51.8 cu. ft.
Airbags6 Airbags
2023 Ford Ranger Dimensions

A large 10.1-inch infotainment display is standard across the lineup for 2023. And buyers with a love for tech can upgrade to an even bigger, vertically-oriented 12.1-inch screen. Ford’s latest Sync 4 interface runs on both and provides access to the various controls, including activating a new zone-lighting feature.

All Prices of 2023 Ford Ranger

2023 Ford Ranger TrimsPrice (USD)
Sport$35,000 (est)
Wildtrak$40,000 (est)
2023 Ford Ranger Price

As the brand hasn’t released more details about the new Ranger’s pricing or its standard and optional features, we can’t make a recommendation on which one is the best value. But we’d suggest the roomier crew cab model for anyone who’s planning on using the rear seat for hauling passengers.

Drivetrain, 1/4 Mile, Acceleration & Top-Speed of Ford Ranger

2023 Ford Ranger SpecificationsSpecs
Engineturbocharged inline-4
Horsepower270 hp
Torque310 lb-ft
0-60 MPH6.5 sec
0-100 MPH17.6 sec
1/4 Mile15.0 sec
Top-Speed110 mph
2023 Ford Ranger Specs

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