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Compare 2023 Ford Ranger vs 2023 Ford F-150

2023 Ford Ranger vs 2023 Ford F-150
2023 Ford Ranger 2023 Ford F-150


2.3L Turbocharged I-4 3.3L V6


270 hp 290 hp

  MPG (City/Highway)

20/26 * 19/24 *

  Max. Towing

7,500 lbs ** 14,000 lbs **

  Max. Payload

1,905 lbs ** 3,315 lbs **

2023 Ford Ranger vs 2023 Ford F-150

Serving Grafton, WV

At Toothman Ford, our commitment to ensuring the satisfaction of every shopper drives us to provide comprehensive information about the pickup trucks that top your list. For many drivers, the choice between the Ranger and the F-150 is crucial. The Ranger, a midsize model, offers one powertrain, two-bed lengths, and various cabin options. In contrast, the F-150, a full-size truck, boasts six powertrains, three-bed lengths, and multiple cab options. Allow our Toothman Ford team to guide you through the numerous distinctions between these two exceptional trucks.


In the realm of performance, all trims of the 2023 Ranger are equipped with a turbocharged 2.3-liter, four-cylinder gas engine delivering 270 horsepower. Paired with an automatic 10-speed transmission, drivers can choose between four-wheel or rear-wheel drive. Certain Ranger trims also offer features like all-terrain tires, a lifted suspension, and Fox off-road shocks. On the other hand, the 2023 F-150 offers five gas engines and a hybrid alternative. The pinnacle of the gas-powered lineup is a 700-horsepower, 5.2-liter supercharged V8 engine. Opting for the hybrid variant grants the F-150 430 horsepower from a V6, 3.5-liter turbo gas engine paired with a battery-powered motor. The F-150 includes mechanical features like all-terrain tires, trailer sway control, an advanced suspension system, and a front differential.


A side-by-side comparison easily distinguishes the Ranger from the F-150. The smaller Ranger exudes a sporty aesthetic with its rounded nose and a robust taper down the hood. The tall cab with lower definition spans the truck from end to end, showcasing a large, black bumper, a compact grille, and double-elemental LED headlights from the front view. In contrast, the larger F-150 boasts taller dimensions across the cabin and a boxy front end. The definition along the sides mirrors that of the Ranger, but the front features a steel bumper, an expansive grille, and premium LED headlights in a stacked design.


Both Ford truck models, the Ranger, and the F-150, offer an extensive array of desired features, ensuring comfort and connectivity for drivers. Universal garage door opener, auto-dimming rear mirror, side steps, Bang & Olufsen audio system, 110-volt power outlet, digital driver's gauges, adaptive cruise control, remote ignition, leather material, navigation system, parking sensors, and more are standard across both models. However, the 2023 F-150 boasts additional features not found in the Ranger, such as Pro Power Onboard, a tailgate work surface, bed lighting, a power tailgate, onboard scales, upgraded leather seats, a Sync 4 system, massaging front seats, and various other enhancements.

Toothman Ford is your go-to destination for a more in-depth review of the trims available for the Ranger and the F-150. Contact our Ford sales office today to schedule test drives and explore these models firsthand.

* EPA-estimated city/hwy mpg for the model indicated. See for fuel economy of other engine/transmission combinations. Actual mileage will vary. On plug-in hybrid models and electric models, fuel economy is stated in MPGe. MPGe is the EPA equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric mode operation.
** When properly configured.

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