The 2010 Ford Ranger will give way this summer for the 2010 models equipped with the exclusive enhancements for safety technology known as the AdvanceTrac ® with RSC ® (Roll Stability Control). RSC will facilitate prevention of slipping and other hazardous and risky rollover conditions.
The new Ford Ranger is also developed with the new arrangement of side air bags, intended to provide protection for the head and upper body.
Environmental Protection Agency estimated that the 2010 Ranger can present 26 mpg fuel efficiency on the highway. The Ford also received a commendable 5-star rate for safety vehicles awarded by the US government.
RSC is known as the world’s most advanced electronic stability control system. AdvanceTrac engineered RSC with a sensor for gyroscopic roll that can verify the vehicle’s roll rate and angle. If it senses that the vehicle is going to roll, it will automatically operate with extra countermeasures – such as by decreasing the engine power and/or utilizing the brakes to the wheels – this is to improve the rollover resistance of the vehicle.
2010 Ford Ranger is also engineered with unsurpassed safety and security technologies, such as Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), Ford’s Personal Safety System ® and the Securilock ® reflexive anti-theft system. Also the Ford is provided with the Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children (LATCH) and sensors that are programmed to guarantee that the air bags are not organized when small children are on the passenger side.