2011 Ford Ranger Trims

Sport
SuperCab
Avg. Price: $19,096

The Sport trim of the 2011 Ford Ranger is available only in the SuperCab configuration, which adds rear jump seats, and can be powered only by the 4.0-liter V6 engine. You still have a choice of five-speed transmission here, with standard traction and stability control. The front bench is finally ditched in favor of front bucket seats, and carpets go away for black vinyl floors – easier to clean. You’ll get side steps to help you overcome the raised suspension, and the 15-inch alloys hide four-wheel antilock disc brakes. Power features show up here, including windows, doors, and mirrors, as well as remote keyless entry. There’s air conditioning and cruise control and a CD/MP3 player with satellite radio and digital media connection. You’ll also get a Class III trailer hitch and foglights. Safety features are finished with dual front and front-side airbags and a tire pressure monitor.

SuperCab 4-Door
Avg. Price: $19,143

Rear-hinged doors allow access to the second-row jump seats in the 2011 Ford Ranger Sport SuperCab 4-Door trim. It’s powered by a 4.0-liter engine with buyer’s choice of five-speed manual or automatic transmissions. Front bucket seats sit in front of a tilt steering wheel, and while cloth upholstery is standard, the floor covering is black vinyl. It rolls on 15-inch alloys and a raised suspension, and you’ll get side steps to help with entry. Power windows, doors, and mirrors are all included, along with remote keyless entry. Air conditioning, cruise control, and a satellite-ready CD/MP3 player are all standard. All Sport trims come with a Class III trailer hitch as well as foglights, and safety features offer traction and stability control, four-wheel antilock disc brakes, dual front and front-side airbags, and a tire pressure monitor.

SuperCab 4-Door 4WD
Avg. Price: $22,097

The most aggressive trim of the 2011 Ford Ranger, the Sport SuperCab 4-Door 4WD offers a 4.0-liter engine, a two-speed transfer case, front tow hooks, and skid plates. There’s also a raised sport suspension and side steps to help you access the second-row jump seats via the rear-hinged suicide doors. Alloy wheels are upgraded to 16 inches here. It has a Class III trailer hitch and foglights as well. Inside, you'll find cloth front bucket seats, a leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel, and a satellite-ready CD and MP3 player. Power windows, doors, and locks are all included, as well as remote keyless entry. There are no carpets, Ford opting for black vinyl instead. Safety features include traction and stability control, dual front and front-side airbags, four-wheel antilock disc brakes, and a tire pressure monitor.

XL
Base
Avg. Price: $14,025

The 2011 Ford Ranger’s base XL trim comes only in a rear-wheel-drive configuration with the 2.3-liter, four-cylinder engine. There is a choice of five-speed manual or automatic transmission, both offering the benefit of traction control. In keeping with the antiquated nature of the Ranger, vinyl upholstery covers the front split bench, and there’s nary a carpet in sight, with black vinyl covering the floor. It does have air conditioning, as well as an AM/FM radio, but not much else here unless you’re willing to count the tachometer. Ford even considers the painted bumpers a feature. 15-inch steelies get no covers, but at least the safety features weren’t scrimped upon, with dual front and front-side airbags, stability control with rollover sensor, antilock four-wheel disc brakes, and a tire pressure monitor.

Fleet
Avg. Price: $13,127
SuperCab
Avg. Price: $17,454

The 2011 Ford Ranger XL SuperCab gets the benefit of rear jump seats to complement its front split bench, offering extra storage for a backpack or briefcase. Stock upholstery is upgraded to cloth here. Black vinyl floor covering and an AM/FM stereo let you know this is definitely a base trim, but it does have air conditioning. Powered by the Duractec 2.3-liter four-cylinder, you have a choice of a five-speed manual or automatic transmission. Safety features are well-represented, with traction and stability control with rollover sensor, four-wheel antilock disc brakes, a tire pressure monitor, and dual front and front-side airbags.

SuperCab Fleet
Avg. Price: $18,376
XLT
Base
Avg. Price: $15,532

With the 2011 Ford Ranger XLT trim, buyers get the option to upgrade its 2.3-liter engine to a more formidable 4.0-liter V6. Either engine offers the choice of a five-speed manual or automatic transmission, but the real upgrades here are found inside. Cloth upholstery covers the front bench and is matched by carpeting. There are power features as well, including mirrors, doors, and windows, along with remote keyless entry. The AM/FM radio is upgraded to a CD/MP3 player with digital-media connection and satellite radio, and the steering wheel is leather-wrapped and comes with tilt. Cruise control and air conditioning as well as fog lights appear here. Safety features include dual front and front-side airbags, four-wheel antilock disc brakes, traction and stability control with rollover sensor, and a tire pressure monitor.

SuperCab
Avg. Price: $17,984

For a bit more room, the 2011 Ford Ranger XLT SuperCab has rear jump seats in addition to the front split bench, all covered in cloth. Carpets protect the floor, an upgrade from the XL’s black vinyl, and the tilt steering wheel is leather-wrapped. There are power features like windows, mirrors, and door locks, and remote keyless entry is also included. The stereo is a CD/MP3 player that is satellite-ready and comes with a digital-media connection. You’ll get cruise control and air conditioning as well as foglights, and this XLT trim allows the choice of the 2.3-liter four-cylinder or 4.0-liter V6 engine. Either can be yoked to a five-speed manual or automatic transmission. Here you’ll get traction and stability control with rollover sensor, four-wheel antilock disc brakes, four standard airbags, and a tire pressure monitor.

SuperCab 4-Door
Avg. Price: $18,895

Because the regular SuperCab version of the 2011 Ford Ranger XLT trim offers room for little more than a handbag, the 4-Door version offers a slight space upgrade as well as better access, with rear-hinged doors to access its second-row jump seats. Power windows, doors, and locks are included here, along with a tilt, leather-wrapped steering wheel and a satellite-ready CD and MP3 player. There’s cruise control and air conditioning, foglights, and cloth upholstery. Here you still get the option of the 2.3-liter engine or the 4.0-liter V6, both available with a five-speed manual or automatic transmission. Safety features include dual front and front-side airbags, traction and stability control with rollover sensor, four-wheel antilock disc brakes, and a tire pressure monitor.

SuperCab 4-Door 4WD
Avg. Price: $21,625

The only way to get four-wheel drive in a 2011 Ford Ranger XLT is with the SuperCab 4-Door 4WD trim, and that comes exclusively with the 4.0-liter V6. It also gets a two-speed transfer case, front tow hooks, and 15-inch alloy wheels. Luxury is hardly in short supply, with power windows, doors, and mirrors, not to mention remote keyless entry, air conditioning, cruise control, and a satellite-ready CD/MP3 player. You have the option of choosing a five-speed manual or automatic transmission, and both offer traction and stability control with rollover sensor. Rear jump seats are accessible through a second row of suicide doors for some extra space, foglights, and cloth upholstery. Additional safety features include dual front and front-side airbags, four-wheel antilock disc brakes, and a tire pressure monitor.