Ford has never faltered in delivering on its commitment to American workers, providing good jobs to hard-working folks from sea to shining sea. To this end, the manufacturer recently kicked off Ford Ranger production at its assembly plant in Wayne, Michigan.
This newest round of Ford Ranger production marks an $850-million investment by Ford in the 3,000-strong Michigan Assembly Plant. These 3,000 workers are feeling very merry indeed this Christmas season thanks to Ford’s production move. Ford transitioned from production of the Focus at the Michigan Assembly Plant to open availability for production of the 2019 Ford Focus.
The investment doesn’t end with the Ford Ranger, however. Starting in 2020, Ford will also produce the Bronco once more at the Michigan Assembly Plant.
All of us here at Tropical Ford are looking forward to the return of the Ford Ranger. The 2019 model promises to be a game-changer. It features a turbocharged 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine, a 10-speed automatic transmission system, best-in-class payload, integrated Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay™, plus amongst other safety technologies.
Contact us at Tropical Ford to find out more information about the new Ford Ranger. We can also set you up with a test drive of your favorite Ford model.