2020 Ranger Adds Three New Ford Performance Packages

three new Ford Performance packages | Brownsville, TX

The 2020 Ford Ranger is a popular truck, due to its off-road capabilities, lively engine, and family-friendly cabin. If you’re interested in driving this adventurous truck but want some additional customization, you can now add one of three new Ford Performance packages.

Ford Performance Level 1 package

This first package gives the Ranger a more stylish appearance with striking Ford Performance graphics and 17-inch Dyno Gray wheels. It also adds monotube shocks and an off-road leveling kit so the truck can better handle rough terrains.

Ford Performance Level 2 package

With this package, you’ll receive a recalibration of the 2.3-liter EcoBoost® engine, which boosts horsepower by 16 percent and torque by 20 percent. Blue tow hooks and a Ford Performance stainless steel license plate frame stand out on the Ranger, while off-road fog lights give you more visibility on trails.

Ford Performance Level 3 package

The Ford Performance Level 3 package combines the features of the previous packages, minus the blue tow hooks, and also gains some new features. This package adds a Ford Performance chase rack and sport exhaust along with a 30-inch LED lightbar kit, a winch-capable front bumper, and red tow hooks.

If these exciting packages have caught your attention, give us a call at Tipton Ford. Our staff can help you select a package and find the Ranger trim level that fits you best.

The Ford Ranger Is for Families

Ford Ranger is for families | Brownsville, TX

Pickup trucks have long been the epitome of hard work. However, more and more families across the country are choosing trucks as their family vehicles. That’s why Ford engineers incorporated innovative features to make the Ranger especially great for families.

One of these features, called Belt Monitor, is designed to let the driver know how many back-seat passengers are bucked. It also gives you a warning if any seats are unbuckled and shows which seat it was. This can be helpful for parents of young children who might not fully understand the importance of keeping their seatbelts buckled.

Ford electrical engineer Paul Kula designed this technology. He said to the Detroit Free Press, “I have been working on this for approximately four to five years. We have had customer feedback with regards to understanding who is buckled up. Children like to play with things, and they realize how to unbuckle their seat belts quite early.”

In addition to the Belt Monitor feature, the Ranger is available with a spacious Crew Cab that makes it easy to fit child car seats into the backseat. For extra family safety, all Ranger models include forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking.

The Ford Ranger is for families, and Tipton Ford cares about your family. Bring them to try out the 2019 Ranger here.