New Ford Ranger Built For Towing

New vehicles are one of the most highly anticipated events in the automotive industry. They give customers something to look forward too, and there is often quite a bit of speculation surrounding them. One such highly-anticipated vehicle is a pickup that’s already familiar to many customers. The Ford Ranger is making its return.

The 2019 Ford Ranger will be hitting lots early in the next year. The Ranger has been out of production for several years, and for those familiar with its predecessor models, the 2019 Ranger will likely be completely unfamiliar. Taking from what makes the F-150 great, Ford has redesigned the Ranger to be a strong, versatile midsized pickup.

One of the most important attributes that the new Ranger will be taking from the F-150 is its abundance of advanced technologies. The Ranger is outfitted with the newest technologies, so that drivers have the best possible experience. One task many drivers have issues with is towing large trailers. With the Ranger’s class-exclusive Blind Spot Information System with trailer coverage, towing a trailer will be much simpler.

How the system works is the Ranger utilizes radar stored in the truck’s taillights to monitor blind spots through the end of the trailer. This allows the driver to know when vehicles are within blind spots, making the whole experience safer. With the new Ford Ranger, towing is both easy, and safe.


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