2018 Ford Ranger Specs and Features
All variants of the Ford Ranger get electronic stability control and traction control as standard.
As for airbag count, upper variants of the Ford Ranger get 6 airbags, while lower variants get dual airbags.
Surprising as it may sound, the range-topping Ranger Raptor does not get any ADAS features - those features are limited only to the Ranger Wildtrak 4x4 variant.
The back seat in the Ford Ranger offers a nice 12-degree incline, which makes the back seat more comfortable than most pick-up trucks, but still slightly poorer than the Mitsubishi Triton.
And unlike the Mitsubishi Triton's roof-mounted air circulator, passengers at the rear of the Ranger have to rely on the front blowers to get cool air.
Upper variants of the Ford Ranger are equipped with Ford's SYNC 3 infotainment system with support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
Other variants get a regular audio system with USB and Bluetooth connectivity