The Today’s vehicle spotlight shines on the 2011 Ford Ranger XLT. The Ranger made its debut for 1983 and has been for its compact pickup truck ever sense this fourth generation debuted for 1998 and will be the last generation of the. Of course since 1998 it is seen a few minor changes in. Shown here is the large chrome grill that come standard on XLT models. The front bumper shows off to fog lamps and a center air dam behind the front license plate holder that are all wrapped in. Body. Today’s ranger is a super cab model which is 203.6 inches long and sits 66.3 inches tall being that is only a 4 by 2 models. Besides styling of the ranger hasn’t really changed much since 1998 the body panels are mostly straight besides the trim line that runs with the bumper trim. Still simple and Foxy the ranger still keeps a nice profile. XLT models come with powered side mirrors with black caps. I. And shown here are the optional black sidesteps.
This Ranger came on the standard 15 inch silver painted steel rims and features 4 wheel antilock brakes with traction control. The rear of the ranger continues to look very simple. The blue oval sits large in the center of the tailgate while the rear bumper features the steps guard and license plate holder wrapped in black body cladding. And one exhaust ports it’s off underneath. Right. The trailer towing hit. Also come. The interior of the ranger is very basic still keeping some of the styling characteristics from the 1998 design. The standard cloth seats are supportive look good. The door trim features the door handle place close to the window lock and Mira controls. And there is also a small door part. While the ranger maybe a compact truck there are still plenty of space up in front. The driver sits in front of this simple 4 gauge cluster that exposes a 7000 RPM tach 20 miles per hour speedometer engages for your pulling temperature and fuel level. Your odometer and trip odometer said. The 4 spoke leather wrapped steering wheel come standard and features your cruise controls on the sides of the air bag. The left of the steering wheel are your exterior lighting controls Ford Ranger headlights. Your emergency hazards are found on the top of the steering column. The center stack controls are all simple and basic. The standard stereo is an AM, FM, CD and MP 3 player that is also Sirius satellite radio compatible. Down below are the easy to use climate controls.
At the bottom of the stack is a small storage pocket in between your traction control over ride and your audio input Jack for your digital media device. On your floor is the manual transmission shifter into Cup holders. You have sun visor screw driver and front passenger which also includes a mere. The center armrest opens up to a nice storage consul the glove box is also nicely sized. In the back of the ranger supercab you’ll find 2 rear seats that are mounted on the sides of the. Have and can be folded up when they are not in use. Cargo bad is 6 feet long and holds up to 37.4 cubic feet of cargo. Under the hood is the standard 2.3 liter 16 valve 4 cylinder that produces 143 horsepower and 154 pound feet of torque it makes an EPA estimated 22 miles per gallon in the city 27 miles per gallon on the highway.