The S Regular Cab has a 2-liter I4 engine and 80 horsepower. The other two-wheel drive models have a 2.3-liter I4 engine and 90 horsepower. All four-wheel drive models feature a 2.9-liter V-6 engine and 140 horsepower.
How many miles per gallon does a 1990 Ford Ranger get?
18 MPG 16 21 combined city/hwy city hwy 5.6 gal/100 mi
How much horsepower does a 1985 Ford Ranger have?
For the 1985 model year, Ford upgraded the diesel engine sliding in a 2.3-liter turbocharged unit built by Mitsubishi making 86 horsepower and 134 pound-feet of torque.
How much was a Ford Ranger in 1990?
1990 Ford Ranger Retail Prices
Sport Standard Cab 4WD LB
XLT Standard Cab SB
Sport Standard Cab 4WD SB
STD Standard Cab LB
How big is a 1988 Ford Ranger cab?
Measurements All 1988 Ranger models are 66.9 inches wide. The SuperCab models have room for up to six people, while all other models seat up to three. The S Regular Cab has a 2-liter I4 engine and 80 horsepower. The four wheel drive models get 17 miles per gallon (mpg) in the city and 21 mpg on the highway.
What kind of gas mileage does a Ford Ranger get?
The S Regular Cab is equipped with a five-speed manual overdrive transmission, while all other versions have a four-speed automatic overdrive transmission. The four wheel drive models get 17 miles per gallon (mpg) in the city and 21 mpg on the highway.
What kind of truck is the Ford Ranger?
The 1988 Ford Ranger is a pickup truck that is available in seven different models. These models include the two- and four-wheel drive SuperCab, S Regular Cab, and two- and four-wheel Regular Cab with short and long beds.
How tall is a two wheel drive Ford Ranger?
The two-wheel drive SuperCab is 65.3 inches tall, the four-wheel drive SuperCab is 68.1 inches tall, the Long Beds are 63.9 inches tall and the Regular Cabs are 64 inches tall. The wheelbase is 125 inches for the SuperCabs, 113.9 inches for the Long Beds, and 107.9 inches for the Regular Cabs.