The upcoming 2023 Ford Ranger is already highly anticipated, but the excitement is ramping up. The 2021 Ford Bronco has been eating up most of the air around the Ford world. With the Bronco waiting list being years long, the 2023 Ford Ranger might add excitement to the available Ford lineup. The 2023 Ford Ranger looks like it will be getting all the coolest Bronco accessories from its insane extras list.
Is there a new Ford Ranger in America
As Gear Patrol points out, the Ranger rollout has been exciting but also a bit confusing. Ford sells a global Ranger in Australia, Europe, and more than 180 other countries worldwide. But now, Ford also offers a nearly identical Ranger in the American market but with different, non-diesel powertrains.
Ford is known for not discussing future vehicles, so trying to figure out what the 2023 Ford Ranger might come with is a bit of a crapshoot. The main “feature” (if you want to call it that) that we hope to see for the Global Ford Ranger model is the Ford Bronco’s extensive accessories list. On the Australian Ford website, images of such accessories show the new Ranger with accessories from ARB and other such outfits.
What kinds of accessories will the 2023 Ford Ranger have?
As it stands, Ford is showing three aspirational build categories for the new Ranger; Off-Road, Touring, and Camping. These categories are pretty self-explanatory. The Off-Road build shows the Ranger sporting undercarriage armor, a bullbar, and a snorkel. As you might expect, the Ranger in this spec looks really rad.
The Camping outfit is similar to the off-road one, but it sports a rooftop tent and a slide-out kitchen in the bed of the pickup truck. While these Australian builds are mouth-watering, we still don’t know if Ford is going to offer the same level of factory customization for the American Rangers.
Ford offers the best accessories list right now
Despite the many hardships involved with getting the Ford Bronco on the road, Ford has done well to create excitement around the new 4×4 by offering a list of over 200 accessories. This is a great deal for Ford; It gets to make cash from the accessories sales instead of customers doing them anyways months later from a third party.
Also, for many people, not coordinating with a third party and having your truck in the shop getting a lift, skid plate, and auxiliary lighting will make a huge difference for customer satisfaction, if we had to guess. The other part is that instead of paying for those parts out of pocket, customers can roll the accessories into the price of the truck or lease amount.
The last key factor is that if you buy these parts from Ford, you don’t have to worry about a voided warranty or botched installation from using non-compatible parts. Ford has really rounded a corner on customer satisfaction methods.
They seem to really be listening to what truck, and SUV customers want and are trying to give it to them. It’s refreshing, and it’s paying off. The Bronco is back-ordered until sometime around 3049, and people seem to be willing to wait.