2011 Ford Ranger Values

Select a 2011 Ford Ranger trim level

2011 model year changes

The Ranger continues into 2010 virtually unchanged.

Competitive comparison

Affordability; wide range of trims; fuel economy; safety and security

Special features for 2011

The Ford Ranger continues to be one of the most affordable compact pickups on the market, and is still a top choice in its category with its wide array of cab and bed configurations. Estimated fuel economy is 22 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway with the 4-cylinder engine. Maximum towing capacity is rated at 5,740 lbs. MSRP starts at a thrifty $17,935.


Said to be a match of Ford's heritage, efficiency and affordability, the 2011 Ford Ranger compact truck comes in a rather shallow range of three trim levels consisting of the XL, XLT and the Sport. Discontinuing the longer bed version as well as the FX4 trim heading into this year, a rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive option is available with the 2011 Ranger along with three cab configurations. Powered by a standard 2.3 liter inline-4 engine on the XL and XLT, this 143 horsepower engine promotes class-topping fuel mileage of 22 miles city or 27 miles highway. A higher-powered 207 horsepower 4-liter V-6 engine is optional on the 2011 Ford Ranger XLT and standard on the Sport trim. Standard equipment on all 2011 Rangers includes AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control, gas-charged shock absorbers and an underbody slid plate. 2011 is the final year for this current Ford Ranger.