Canadian drivers have long loved Ford trucks for their rugged performance reliability, thoughtful interior features, and common-sense, user-friendly safety features.
At Desjardins Ford Ste-Foy, we know our drivers will appreciate the 2020 Ford Ranger for all the same reasons. Built Ford Tough, the Ranger does not disappoint.
With four modes included within the Advanced Terrain Technology, you can be confident you’ll be able to go wherever you want to!
Normal Mode is for two-wheel-drive operation on terrain that poses no surprises.
Grass/Gravel/Snow mode improves stability in low-traction situations.
Mud/Ruts mode sends maximum torque to all four wheels.
Sand Mode allows for slippage when you are on soft ground. Spin those tires no more!
Rest assured, the Ford Ranger can get you to all your favorite destinations. If you carry gear, you should know the Ranger has an impressive 7500lb tow rating and a best-in-class maximum 1860lb payload rating. The Ranger is strong and tough enough to move with confidence.
The class-exclusive 10-speed SelectShift automatic transmission, featuring Ford patented technology, optimizes gear progressions and delivers smooth shifting. Features include wide-span gear spacing coupled with drag-reduction actions plus three overdrive gears. Pairing SelectShift technology with the 2.3L EcoBoost engine makes the Ranger something you need to feel to believe.
Drivers are always impressed that even though the Ford is rough and rugged, the interiors are luxurious and comfortable.
Luxury features that are only available options on other vehicles come standard on almost all our makes and models. The 8” LCD Capacitive Touchscreen in Center Stack with SYNC 3 eases navigation and also provides entertainment and safety alerts.
Automatic high beams are another fan favorite. Using new technology to sense oncoming headlights, the automatic high beams dim as a courtesy, and then once oncoming light is no longer detected, automatically brighten again. It seems so simple, but the convenience cannot be overstated.
Along with cruise control, a locking glove box, even a dual-note horn, Ford thought of everything to make your ride more convenient and comfortable.
We sell a number of Ford Rangers to first-time drivers. For that reason, ask your salesperson about Ford MyKey. Ford MyKey is a parental favorite that literally saves lives.
Ford MyKey, which comes standard on almost all Ford models, is a critical part of our commitment to keeping first-time drivers safe. MyKey is custom programmed with safety features you feel are most appropriate for your teenage driver. Those features include:
a safety belt reminder with repeating alarm
low fuel light that activates earlier, allowing more time for fuel-up
the ability to restrict vehicle speed
the option to set audio systems to a maximum volume of 45%
The new driver-assist technologies available within the Ford Co-Pilot 360 System are beyond comparison. Showing further dedication to safety, this system is incredibly important whether or not you are a first-time driver.
As for features that are standard on almost all makes and models, ask one of our professional staff Desjardins Ford Ste-Foy about these incredible available safety features:
Pre-Collision Assist With Automatic Emergency Braking
Depth perception while driving in the dark can be a real challenge for some. Pre-Collision Assist uses in-car technology to scan the road ahead and alert you to potential collisions with vehicles or pedestrians it detects in your path.
BLIS (Blind Spot Information System) with Cross-Traffic Alert
It’s easy to see a car’s lights behind you in the dark, but if you worry about taking your eyes off the road in front of you to check behind you, the BLIS with Cross-Traffic alert can aid in their detection.
Active even when you’re not moving, radar systems on either side of your car detect when a car is in your blind spot. A light on the corresponding side-view mirror alerts. *This system only detects motorized vehicles, not bikes, walkers, or other objects.*
Cross-Traffic Alert warns you a moving car is coming from either side when you’re backing up with three alerts: a light in the corresponding side-view mirror, a chime, and a message in the message sensor.
Evasive Steering Assist
This available feature can help make it easier to avoid a potential collision. It does not steer for you, but it provides steering support if the system warning goes off and you need to maneuver around the vehicle ahead.
This feature keeps you in your lane, especially in a moment of distraction, by constantly scanning your positioning within your lane and alerting you should you deviate from it.
The Ford Ranger has to be seen and felt and driven to be believed. Let one of our salespeople at Desjardins Ford Ste-Foy show you all the bells and whistles today.