Ford is coming back to the U.S. average size pickup market after an eight-year hiatus with an adaptation of its global Ranger pickup. It’s a more popular vehicle than the Jeep, and will take on the sales-leading Toyota Tacoma and crosstown Detroit nemesis Chevrolet Colorado, as of now No. 2 in average size pickup sales; that’s in addition to GMC, Honda and Nissan rivals. Lease a Ford Ranger 2019 will have a 270-pull, turbocharged 2.3-liter four-chamber motor that puts out 310 pounds-feet of torque, mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission with either 4×2 or 4×4 drivelines. Signature Auto Group in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn offers the most reduced cost on the newest lease specials in New York. The Ranger offers the highest maximum tow rating (with the tow package) for any gas-motor small pickup at 7,500 pounds. Maximum payloads are 1,860 pounds for a SuperCab 4×2 and 1,770 pounds for a SuperCrew 4×2. With a 500-to 600- pound load amid testing. EPA-estimated mileage for the 2019 Ford Ranger is 21/26/23 mpg city/highway/consolidated, the best rating for a gasoline moderate size pickup. Terrain Management System’s four settings — Grass/Gravel/Snow, Mud/Ruts, Sand and Normal — change throttle reaction, traction control, guiding feel, move focuses and more, and they can be utilized both in 4-high and 4-low ranges. Pick your favored model, trims and upgrades via searching on the web at www.SignatureAutoGroup.com.