For improved safety and control, the Ford Ranger comes standard with front disc brakes, which provide stopping power that is both immediate and dependable. The operation of disc brakes involves applying pressure

to the brake pads in order to produce friction against the revolving discs (also known as rotors) and so slow down the vehicle. Even when subjected to severe loads

or while braking for an extended period of time, this design ensures that the braking performance remains constant. When opposed to

drum brakes, front disc brakes have superior heat dissipation and resistance to brake fade. This allows them to

provide excellent stopping performance in a wide range of driving circumstances. Because of its cutting-edge

braking system, the Ford Ranger instills a sense of self-assurance and tranquility when driving away from home.