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2024 Ford Ranger EPA Fuel Economy Ratings Revealed

Following its debut in numerous global markets, the redesigned 2024 Ford Ranger and Ranger Raptor were unveiled for North America last May. Interestingly, however, the all-new compact pickup has yet to record a sale in that market as of yet, even though a number of units have been built. While we wait for that to happen, we already know the most popular configurations customers are opting for, how much the 2024 Ford Ranger will cost, and even its residual values. Now, one of the final pieces to the proverbial puzzle that is the 2024 Ford Ranger has been revealed too – its EPA fuel economy ratings.

Fuel Economy Type 2024 Ford Ranger 2023 Ford Ranger
2.3L EcoBoost I-4 RWD
City MPG 21 21
Highway MPG 25 26
Combined MPG 22 23
2.3L EcoBoost I-4 4WD
City MPG 20 20
Highway MPG 24 24
Combined MPG 22 22
2.7L EcoBoost V6 4WD
City MPG 19
Highway MPG 23
Combined MPG 20
3.0L EcoBoost V6 4WD (Raptor)
City MPG 16
Highway MPG 18
Combined MPG 17

Perhaps the most interesting thing about these ratings is the fact that the 2024 Ford Ranger – when equipped with the base turbocharged 2.3L I-4 EcoBoost engine – actually loses one mile-per-gallon versus the efficient outgoing model, at least in terms of highway driving and combined EPA fuel economy ratings – in two-wheel drive configuration only, that is. Otherwise, four-wheel drive models are identical to the 2023 Ranger.

Unlike the outgoing model, the 2024 Ford Ranger does offer customers more than one engine choice, as the twin-turbocharged 2.7L V6 EcoBoost is slated to be a late availability option, and in this case, buyers aren’t giving up much in terms of fuel economy – just one mpg in the city and highway, as well as two combined. Finally, we have the high performance Ranger Raptor and its twin-turbocharged 3.0L V6 EcoBoost, which gets EPA ratings of 16 in the city, 18 on the highway, and 17 combined.

We’ll have more on the 2024 Ford Ranger soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Ranger news and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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Comments

  1. Rob

    I bought 4 Ranger 4x4s in a row years ago 2.3 the 3.0 and the 4.0
    But Ford has really dropped the ball on looks.
    Both the F150 and the new Ranger are fairly weak looking in the styling department.
    A more aggressive look would help sales a lot. Especially with that cheap looking grill.

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  2. Doug

    “Unlike the outgoing model, the 2024 Ford Ranger does offer customers more than one engine choice, as the twin-turbocharged *2.7L I-4 EcoBoost* is slated to be a late availability option”
    …… The 2.7 is not an I-4 it’s a V6

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  3. Gino Ramacieri

    It is strange that we cannot get any information about the delivery of the 2024 Ranger even though they are produced. We ordered it 10 months ago and nobody can tell us what to expect.

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  4. Joe

    When can we expect the PHEV or a Hybrid version of the new Ranger ?

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  5. hottoddy

    looking very similar to the Bronco , Maverick releases from just a few years ago. There are enough other choices in the sector for perspective buyers to ride and drive sitting on the dealers’ lots and from pricing the window stickers I would say Ford has some work to do.

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  6. Jeffg

    Very frustrated that Ford is selling the Ranger PHEV outside the U.S. but loyal customers inside the U.S. can’t get one. Doesn’t seem like a great wat to retain those loyal customers. Also seems like Ford just isn’t serious yet about producing the Ranger in meaningful quantities.

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