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2019 FORD RANGER
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Ford has announced that Ranger production is starting up again in the States! Starting in 2019, we're going to start rolling them out of our Michigan plant, and we couldn't be more excited. Not a lot of specifics have been released on the model or its features, but there has been plenty of speculation and spy photography to make up for it. 

What we do know:
It's going to be released in 2019, and will be a face-lifted version of the European models that are still in production. It will have a front end, engine options, tech features, and interior unique to the models made here in the U.S., and it will be a body-on-frame truck.

We're impatiently awaiting the conference in January that will bless us with more detail.

See what corporate has to say about it here.
Possible spy photos here.


Along with the announcement of the Ranger, Ford Motor Company has opted to bring the Bronco back as well! Unlike the Ranger, the Bronco's production stopped completely for a while before the decision was made that we missed it just a little too much. Also like the Ranger, very little is known about it for sure.

What we do know:
It's going to be 4-Door, 4X4, and built in our Michigan plant. It's being released in 2020, and may have solid rear axles built by the same company that handles Jeep's axles. Rumor has it that since both the Bronco and the Ranger are sharing a spotlight, the Bronco will be based on the Ranger's body.

Here's what Ford Corporate has to say about it.
2020 FORD BRONCO
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