The curb weight of a 2014 Ford Ranger is 3,136 pounds, or 1,425 kilograms. The gross weight is 4,500 pounds, or 1,950 kilograms. The Ranger can be either a four-by-two or four-wheel drive pickup and has rugged features.Know More
On the highway, the Ranger can achieve 26 miles per gallon; in the city, the mileage drops to 22 miles per gallon of fuel.
The 2014 Ford Ranger is available in 18 versions and is considered the most versatile pickup in its class. It is available in two-door and four-door versions, and it comes with either automatic or manual gears. The 2014 Ford Ranger has new dealership pricing ranging from $30,000 to $50,000.Learn More
The maximum towing capacity of the Ford Ranger models from 2007 through 2009 is 2,460 pounds. This is lower compared to the 2006 Ford Ranger, which had a maximum towing capacity of 6,000 pounds.Full Answer >
Each model year of the Ford Ranger has common problems attributed to them, with the 1999 Ranger seeing the most issues. Some of the more common problems with Ford Rangers are electrical issues in the lighting, air conditioning and wiper systems.Full Answer >
The factory-recommended tire size for the 1999 Ford Ranger depends on the style of Ranger, according to Firestone. The Ranger XL with regular cab and two-wheel drive originally came with P205/75R14 tires. An XLT with the same configuration had P225/70R15 tires.Full Answer >
The check engine light on a Ford Ranger, or any other vehicle, can indicate a variety of problems, ranging from a loose gas cap to a faulty catalytic converter. Occasionally, the check engine light comes on because of a change in humidity or other environmental factors.Full Answer >