I don't mind waiting but I at least want them to give me something to tell me its coming in the horizon and not just be completely radio silence on it. Still hoping the announcement happens before Feb.As I have said if you need a truck in 2023 I would go with the Chevy. You will still be waiting along time for the Ranger after the release date.
I prefer reliability over more power. the 2.3L ecoboost does its job well already according to the folks on the 5g site. I don't need more power...just reliability and hopefully better mpgs.One of the positives of Ford waiting to see what other's will bring out is hopefully using the newly developed 2.3L. We will have to see if Ford figures they have to up the game over the top 2.7L 310Hp Chevy.
|Vehicle||Transmission||Drive Wheels||[email protected] RPM||Torque (lb-ft) @ RPM|
|Ford Explorer||Ten-speed automatic||RWD / AWD||300 @ 5,500||310 @ 3,000|
|Ford Focus RS (2016-2018)||Six-speed manual||AWD||350 @ 6,000||350 @ 3,200|
|Ford Focus ST (Europe only)||Six-speed manual||FWD||276 @ 5,500||310 @ 3,000|
|Ford Mustang||Ten-speed automatic / Six-speed manual||RWD||310 @ 5,500||350 @ 3,000|
|Ford Ranger||Ten-speed automatic||RWD / 4WD||270 @ 5,500||310 @ 3,000|
|Lincoln Corsair||Eight-speed automatic||FWD / AWD||280 @ 5,600||310 @ 3,000|
|Lincoln MKC||Six-speed automatic||FWD / AWD||285 @ 5,500||305 @ 2,750|
|VUHL 05||Six-speed manual||RWD||405 @ 6,000||369 @ 3,200|
This would be perfect!!!! Improved power and torque plus better MPG. Hell yesThe all-new 2024 Mustang EcoBoost delivers with an upgraded 2.3L EcoBoost engine that produces 315 horsepower, the most standard power in a four- or six-cylinder Mustang ever. In addition, the engine delivers 350 ft.-lb. of torque.
|Engine||Turbo 2.3L I4 EcoBoost|
|Horsepower (hp / kw)||315 / 234|
|Torque (lb-ft / Nm)||350 / 474|