When the driver releases the brake pedal, the hill start assist feature of the Ford Ranger temporarily maintains the brake pressure. This feature helps to prevent rollback and boosts the driver's confidence when starting the vehicle on

steep inclines or slopes. This feature is especially helpful in situations where it is necessary to prevent rollback in order to achieve smooth and controlled starts, such as when pulling heavy loads, driving in stop-and-go traffic, or driving on steep driveways. The driver is able to

transition from the brake pedal to the accelerator without having to worry about rolling backwards thanks to hill start assist, which works by holding the vehicle stationary for a brief period of time. In addition, certain hill start assist systems

offer either audible or visual cues to indicate when the feature is activated, which further enhances the driver's awareness and confidence in the vehicle. The hill start

assist feature of the Ford Ranger ensures a smooth and confident start on inclines, which improves both the overall driving

experience and safety. This feature is useful whether the Ranger is making its way through urban streets or rugged off-road trails.