Midsize pickups are handy when moving houses, undertaking heavy home improvements, enjoying serious gardening, or hauling mountain bikes and kayaks. And it’s for this reason that most of Canada now keeps a midsize pickup as a weekend vehicle. The 2022 Ford Ranger and the 2022 GMC Canyon are two of the biggest competitors in this segment. How do they compare, though? At Foothills Ford in Claresholm, AB, we have compiled a comparison of the 2022 Ford Ranger vs. 2022 GMC Canyon.
2022 Ford Ranger
2022 GMC Canyon
|2.3-liter EcoBoost®||Engine||3.6-liter V6|
|270/310||Engine Horsepower (hp)/Engine Torque (lb.-ft.)||308/275|
|10-speed SelectShift® automatic transmission||Transmission||8-speed Automatic Transmission|
Buy the 2022 Ford Ranger in Claresholm, AB
Raw torque rules when powering up, over, and through rugged off-road terrain. With a torque rating of 310 lb.-ft., the 2022 Ford Ranger beats the 2022 GMC Canyon, promising to be a better ally on your adventures. The 10-speed SelectShift™ automatic transmission in the 2022 Ford Ranger offers optimized gear progressions and better acceleration. What’s more, this tough pickup is better value for money! Meanwhile, there are other parameters where the 2022 Ford Ranger outshines the 2022 GMC Canyon.
If you enjoy wild escapades on the road, you can push your limits with the Tremor® Off-Road Package available with the 2022 Ford Ranger. This package includes Magnetic-painted alloy wheels, FOX shocks, a modified heavy-duty off-road suspension, and front and rear tow hooks. Ford Trail Control™ and the Terrain Management System™ as part of this package ensure that you stay in control.
The 2022 Ford Ranger is built for durability on adventures, but it doesn’t mean it sacrifices interior technology and connectivity. It comes equipped with Ford Co-Pilot360™ that features driver-assist technologies, which help you easily navigate increasingly crowded roads and highways. FordPass™ Connect allows you and your passengers to enjoy an available 4G LTE in-vehicle Wi-Fi hotspot, which can connect up to 10 devices at once.
We believe the 2022 Ford Ranger is a better bet in the above comparison. Schedule a test drive at Foothills Ford in Claresholm, AB, to take it for a spin.