The 2019 Ford Ranger will be on dealer lots in the US before long. This is Ford’s re-entry into the mid-size truck, and we already know that it has class-leading torque, payload, and towing capacity. Power is from a 2.3L EcoBoost four with 270hp and 310 lb-ft of torque.
Despite leading the class in those metrics, the Ranger is still impressively fuel efficient. The fuel economy ratings were seen on a window sticker for a Ranger XLT 2wd SuperCrew 4-door truck with the 10-speed auto listed on a dealer website from Beaumont, Texas.
The sicker shows that the truck gets 21 mpg city, 26mpg highway, and 23mpg combined. There is no indication of what the EPA ratings might be for a manual or 4×4 version. You can expect the 4×4 to give up at least one mpg compared to a 2wd version.