Ford Ranger Gets New Off-Road Package For 2021
The off-road oriented Tremor Package will add huge wheels and tires, increased ground clearance, new suspension, and more.
1. The Tremor Package will be available on the 2021 Ford Ranger.
2. It will add 32-inch all-terrain tires, increased ground clearance, a Fox-tuned suspension, skid plates, recovery hooks, a six-switch auxiliary power bank, and an electronically locking rear differential.
3. The Tremor Package will be available on SuperCrew 4x4 configurated XLT and Lariat trim levels.
Ford's Ranger pickup truck will gain off-roading features with the new Tremor Package. It will add an abundance of capability boosting features such as Fox 2.0 monotube dampers which adds 0.8 inch of ground clearance bringing the total to 9.7 inches. In addition, this new suspension setup will increase the width and approach/departure angles. The Tremor Package still utilizes the 270 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque 2.3 L engine and 10-speed automatic that can be found on normal Rangers. And, of course, skid plates, recovery hooks, Ford's Terrain Management system with four drive modes, and an electronically locking differential are all equipped to increase the Ranger's maneuverability. Buyers who will customize their Tremor should appreciate the six-switch auxiliary power bank, which is located on the dashboard.
It isn't just the exterior that receives the Tremor treatment, the interior gains Tremor badges on the headrests, seatbacks, and both sides of the cargo box.
Among the skid plates and recovery hooks, a more aggressive front grille is added to attract those who like the Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro's overly aggressive front-end.
All these features beg the question "How much does all this cost?" It isn't as much as you might expect, with the price being just $4,290. This package is a level above the Fx4 package, and a few levels under the Ranger Raptor due to the Tremor's lower power output.
I can't complain with another off-road package. This new Tremor Package will allow the Ranger to compete with the Tacoma TRD and TRD Pro, its main rival, and give consumers the ability to customize their truck - that's a win in my book.