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Ford Ranger Gets Three New Performance Packages

If you want more out of your Ford Ranger, Ford Performance has just what you need


  • These accessories are designed for the ultimate in off-roading adventures.

  • On average, Ford Ranger buyers added $650 in accessories on their trucks last year.

  • The dealer-installed packages are fully factory-backed.


Sometimes what comes out of the box is good but it could be better. This seems to be the thinking of most Ford Ranger buyers as, on average, they drop an extra $650 in accessories on their truck. Ford Performance has wisely concocted three accessories packages for these enthusiasts and they’re just about perfect.

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The current Ford Ranger is well-suited for the life they are destined for. They are robust, powerful, and quite capable however, for some, there’s always room for a little improvement. Eric Cin, global director, Ford Vehicle Personalization, said: “Our goal is to inspire customers by giving them capabilities and styling options from the aftermarket brands they love. The three new Ford Performance Packs empower our adventure-loving Ranger customers to explore even further with even more freedom with the added off-roading capability right from the dealership.”

Ford Ranger Ford Performance Level 1 package | Photo: Ford

All three kits can be installed on all 4×4 2019 and 2020 Ford Ranger by dealers, and they breakdown as follows:

The Ford Performance Level 1 package includes:

  • Off-Road leveling kit
  • FOX “Tuned by Ford Performance” 2.0 Performance Series internal floating piston monotube front and rear shocks tuned by Ford Performance Engineers to optimize on and off-road performance
  • Ford Performance 17-inch Dyno Gray wheels
  • Ford Performance bedside graphics and Ford Performance windshield banner
  • $2,495 MSRP before installation fees

Ford Ranger Ford Performance Level 2 package | Photo: Ford

The Ford Performance Level 2 package includes Level 1 content plus:

  • Ford Performance engine calibration, which increases horsepower by 16 percent to 315 at 4,500 RPM and increases torque by nearly 20 percent to 370 lb.-ft. at 2,500 RPM
  • BFGoodrich KO2 265/70-17 tires
  • Rigid off-road fog light kit
  • Ford Performance calibration
  • Blue tow hooks
  • Ford Performance stainless steel license plate frame
  • $4,495 MSRP before installation

Ford Ranger Ford Performance Level 3 package | Photo: Ford

The Ford Performance Level 3 package includes Levels 1 and 2 content plus:

  • Rigid 40-inch LED lightbar kit
  • Red tow hooks
  • Ford Performance by ARB winch-capable front bumper
  • Ford Performance chase rack
  • 2.3-liter Ford Performance sport exhaust
  • $8,995 MSRP before installation

If we owned a Ford Ranger, we’d be all over the Level 2 package. Both it and the Level package will be available as of this August while the Level 3 kit is about a year away.

Ford Ranger Ford Performance Package | Photo: Ford

Ford Ranger Ford Performance Level 3 package | Photo: Ford

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Matt St-Pierre
Trained as an Automotive Technician, Matt has two decades of automotive journalism under his belt. He’s done TV, radio, print and this thing called the internet. He’s an avid collector of many 4-wheeled things, all of them under 1,500 kg, holds a recently expired racing license and is a father of two. Life is beautiful. Send Matt an emai

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