2011 Ford Ranger will eventually be marketed in 180 countries

Although not planned for introduction in the United States or Canada, the all-new Ford Ranger will eventually be marketed in 180 countries, making it one of Ford's farthest reaching products. This reflects the importance of compact pickup trucks to consumers in many parts of the world and the significance of the Ranger in Ford's global product portfolio.

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The new side curtain air bags have not yet received a crash test rating, and the rear jump seats are not considered to be particularly safe. Ranger received a 3 out of 5 rollover resistance rating, which is comparable to other trucks in its class. Since 1998 the Ranger has received an acceptable rating from the IIHS, and the 2010 model is no exception. The IIHS gives the Ranger an acceptable crash offset rating, which is the second highest rating on its four rating scale. The Ranger has not been bumper bash or rear side impact tested by the NHTSA.

2011 Ford Ranger will eventually be marketed in 180 countries

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