In order to provide dynamic performance and responsive handling qualities, the rear-wheel-drive (RWD) arrangement of the Ford Ranger has been custom-designed. When compared to front-wheel-drive (FWD) configurations

ear-wheel drive (RWD) provides a number of benefits since it directs power to the back wheels. These benefits include greater weight distribution, improved traction during acceleration, and superior

driving dynamics. This rear-driven architecture also delivers a more balanced feel, which is especially beneficial in driving situations that are heavily focused on performance, such as high-speed maneuvers or furious corners

When it comes to towing and hauling applications, RWD provides a larger degree of flexibility than other types of vehicles because to its inherent stability and its

capacity to manage big loads in a more efficient manner. The rear-wheel-drive design of the Ford Ranger provides a dynamic and exciting driving experience that

enthusiasts and professionals alike can enjoy. This arrangement allows the Ranger to navigate twisting roads as well as pull a trailer.