Ford Ranger Performance Accessory Packages Enhance Off-Roading Credentials

Christian Wardlaw | Jun 30, 2020

Three new Ford Performance Accessory Packages are coming for the Ford Ranger midsize pickup truck, each designed to improve the truck’s off-roading capability. The dealer-installed packages are available for all 4-wheel-drive Rangers made since Ford re-introduced the truck to the U.S. market for the 2019 model year. You can order the first two starting in August 2020, with the third package coming in the summer of 2021.

2021 Ford Ranger Performance Package Level 2 Front View

Ford Ranger Level 1 Off-Road Performance Package Price and Specs - Find the best Ford deals!

Priced at $2,495 (not including installation charge), the Ford Performance Level 1 Package for the Ranger is equipped with the following:

  • Dyno Gray Ford Performance 17-inch aluminum wheels
  • Fox 2.0 Performance Series internal floating piston monotube shocks tuned by Ford performance engineers
  • Off-road leveling kit
  • Bedside and windshield graphics

Ford Ranger Level 2 Off-Road Performance Package Price and Specs - Find the best Ford deals!

Upgrading to the Ranger’s Level 2 Ford Performance Accessory Package will cost $4,495 (not including installation charge). It includes the Level 1 package plus:

  • Ford Performance engine enhancements to increase output to 315 horsepower at 4,500 rpm and 370 lb.-ft. of torque at 2,500 rpm
  • 265/70 B.F. Goodrich KO2 all-terrain tires
  • Off-road fog lights by Rigid
  • Blue front tow hooks
  • Ford Performance license plate frame

Ford Ranger Level 3 Off-Road Performance Package Price and Specs - Find the best Ford deals!

Available in the summer of 2021, the Ranger’s Level 3 Ford Performance Accessory Package will lighten your bank account by $8,995 (not including installation charge). With this upgrade, you get Level 1 and Level 2 content, plus:

  • Red front tow hooks
  • Ford Performance exhaust system
  • Winch-capable front bumper
  • 40-inch LED lightbar kit by Rigid
  • Chase rack

Ranger Owners Already Accessorize Their Trucks - Find the best Ford deals!

Ford says that Ranger owners spent an average of $650 accessorizing their new trucks in 2019.

“The success we’ve seen with Ranger’s personalization is a combination of customer and dealer enthusiasm for Ford-backed accessory options,” said Eric Cin, global director, Ford Vehicle Personalization, in a statement. “Our truck customers don’t need to drive their all-new vehicle off the lot over to an aftermarket outfitter, we are creating a smoother, more integrated experience right here with your Ford dealership.”

The information in this article is from Ford. It was accurate on June 30, 2020 but may have changed since that date.

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