The 2010 Ford Ranger is one of the goo-selling midsize pickup in the American market for several years. Because it has the capabilities of a work truck, and comes at a reasonable price, the new Ranger is a hot choice amongst the folks. The trim levels including this truck are an FX4 Off-Road, Sport, XLT, and XL. The Off-Road Edition gains conventional Rancho shocks, a stage III trailer package, sport bucket seats, skid plates, and Torsen limited-slip differential.
2010 Ranger generates power level of 143 horsepower with its 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine and 207 horsepower with the 4.0-liter V6 engine. A conventional five-speed manual transmission and an unusual five-speed automatic transmission are available transmissions. It is accessible as a 4- or 2-door along with jump seats.
The safety services such as dual-stage front airbags and four-wheel anti-lock brakes come under the basic trim. It also contains side seat airbags and Roll Stability Control System along with AdvanceTrac mechanism to improve the overall safety of the vehicle. Jump seats are now conventional in the 2-door Ford Ranger. Ford provides a 6-feet long bed as standard and seven-foot long bed is optional on all of its trims. The material used for seats on all trims is cloth, whereas on the trim base XL vinyl is convention clothing material. Leather seats and satellite radio are offered only on the top-line trim.
As a whole, 2010 Ford Ranger is one of the best buys in the market that gives a bang for your buck, and presents a plethora of standard features, safety amenities, and smooth operation in a nice design.