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Compare 2023 Ford Ranger vs 2023 Ford F-150

2023 Ford Ranger vs 2023 Ford F-150
2023 Ford Ranger 2023 Ford F-150

  Engine

2.3L Turbocharged I-4 3.3L V6

  Horsepower

270 hp 290 hp

  MPG (City/Highway)

20/26 * 19/24 *

  Max. Towing

7,500 lbs ** 14,000 lbs **

  Max. Payload

1,905 lbs ** 3,315 lbs **

2023 Ford Ranger vs 2023 Ford F-150

Serving White Hall, WV

At T&S Ford, truck buyers often inquire about specific differences between the midsize Ranger and the full-size F-150. The 2023 Ranger is available with two-bed lengths and two cab layouts. The F-150 has three-bed lengths, three cab designs, and six powertrains. Before narrowing down your selection, what should you know about these exciting truck models?

Performance

Regardless of the trim selected for the 2023 Ranger, this truck is powered by a four-cylinder, 2.3-liter turbo, 270-horsepower engine. This engine is associated with an auto 10-speed transmission and may be designed with rear-wheel or four-wheel drive. Some Ranger trim levels add a lifted suspension system, off-road Fox shocks, and all-terrain tires. In comparison, five gas powertrains and a hybrid system are available for the F-150. The most powerful gas engine is a V8, supercharged 5.2-liter, 700-horsepower unit. The hybrid system includes a battery-driven motor and a turbo 3.5-liter V6 engine to produce 430 combined horsepower. Some of the F-150's available mechanical features offered with different trims are an advanced suspension system, all-terrain tires, a front differential, and trailer sway control.

Appearance

The 2023 Ranger is a smaller truck that shows off an aerodynamic front and a tall cabin. Across the sides, you will find expressive definition lines streaming from the front to the rear. At the front, the Ranger has a tapered hood and a bold, black bumper. The short grille rounds across the nose and is flanked by LED-enhanced, two-bulb headlights. The larger F-150 has a taller cab and hood. Its side definition is comparable to the Ranger's side design. The LED-boosted headlamps at the front of the F-150 have a tall, stacked look, integrating directly with the wide grille. Below the grille, a steel bumper adds to the F-150's functionality and strength.

Features

Regardless of which of these Ford trucks you prefer, you will be impressed by its exceptional features. Both models are offered with features like an auto-dimming rear mirror, a 110-volt power outlet, adaptive cruise control, a navigation system, parking sensors, leather upholstery, a remote ignition, side steps, digital driver's gauges, a universal garage door opener, a Bang & Olufsen audio system, and others. The F-150 is also available with bed lighting, a work surface with the power tailgate, upgraded leather upholstery, massage for the front seats, onboard scales, Pro Power Onboard, and a Sync 4 system.

Do you want to compare the full driving experience that these models provide? Contact our sales associates at T&S Ford today to arrange a test drive.

* EPA-estimated city/hwy mpg for the model indicated. See fueleconomy.gov for fuel economy of other engine/transmission combinations. Actual mileage will vary. On plug-in hybrid models and electric models, fuel economy is stated in MPGe. MPGe is the EPA equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric mode operation.
** When properly configured.

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