There are three 2021 Ford Rangers: the base XL, mid-grade XLT, and top-of-the-line Lariat. Each comes with a longer list of comfort, tech and utility features. Let’s take a look.
The budget-friendly XL has all the modern basics, including air conditioning and power locks. A standard Wi-Fi modem comes in handy if you tend to use the internet on the go. And every Ranger also includes forward collision mitigation, which can help you come up short of an accident.
For an increasingly modern ride, you can add the 101A Package to the Ranger XL. Its dual-zone automatic climate control and power mirrors help you get comfortable situated. This package also includes Ford’s infotainment system, SYNC 3, as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration.
The mid-grade XLT comes standard with the aforementioned infotainment system and smartphone technology. It also adds alloy wheels and keyless entry. The available 301A Package adds extra utility to your XLT, with a 110-volt power outlet, and style, with a leather-wrapped steering wheel. And the XLT’s Technology Package adds navigation and adaptive cruise control.
With the top-tier Lariat, you get most of the XLT options, plus LED headlights and leather-trimmed seats. The Lariat is available with the 501A package, which enhances your daily drive with remote start technology, automatic wipers, and a 10-speaker premium Bang & Olufsen sound system.
Finally, there’s the new Tremor Off-Road Package. To add it, your Ranger must have both the SuperCrew body style and four-wheel drive. The Tremor package takes your trail performance to the limits, with 32-inch all-terrain tires, off-road-ready Fox shocks, extra ground clearance, and more.