What kind of truck is right for you? Well, a lot of that depends upon the utilization of the truck in question? If you want a reliable truck that is known for its presence on the road for years and years, then look no further than the Build Ford Tough family of trucks.

Two of the most popular Ford trucks are the Ford F-150 and the Ranger. Let's look at each and weigh the pros and cons of each model.

First, let's look at the mid-size Ford Ranger. The Ranger was first introduced as a small truck that offered the ability to haul a modicum of cargo while providing the driver with excellent fuel mileage driving around Youngstown. The Ranger of today is lower than its predecessor, but it still offers great fuel economy. Furthermore, if you enjoy off-roading, the Ranger is the

The Ranger comes in three trim level packages: the XL, the XLT, and the Lariat. Again, each trim level can be upgraded to add four-wheel drive capabilities and guards to protect your truck should you go off-road often in Salem.

The F-150 is Ford's most popular truck. This three-quarter-ton truck is typically sold in either double (four-door) or crew (two-door) cab set on regular, short, or long-length bed to drive in New Castle. The F-150 is offered in five trim packages:

  • the XL
  • the XLT
  • the Lariat
  • the King Ranch
  • the Platinum

The F-150 can be either a two-wheel or four-wheel-drive truck. Like the Ranger, the F-150 can be outfitted with rock guards and other amenities that keep the truck from being damaged while out in the great outdoors. The F-150 can haul more cargo as well as more people compared to the Ranger; the Ranger seats four adults comfortably while the F-150 can haul six adults. It is also topped when it comes to hauling cargo and towing a trailer. The latest F-150 is also more fuel-efficient than its predecessors.

Depending upon your needs, the smaller, more efficient Ranger might be right for you; the full-size F-150 may be the choice for those who need a tough work truck that is full-sized.

See Fairway Ford today to compare these two trucks side-by-side.

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