The Ford Ranger will boast some of the best fuel efficiency among 4x4 midsize trucks when it returns to the Canadian market.
The 2019 Ranger will come standard with four-wheel drive in Canada and the automaker says there will not be a two-wheel drive version of the vehicle sold in Canada.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that the four-wheel-drive Ranger will get 20 mpg city/24 highway/22 combined. That translates to an estimated 11.7 litres per 100 km city/9.8 highway/10.7 combined in Canada. The city and combined figures are the best of any gasoline-powered midsize pickup, Ford says.