Find the 2003 Ford Ranger Owners Manual below. The 2003 Ford Ranger is just the right vehicle for comfy rides in all the terrains. The exterior appearance of the model has not changed since the redesigning in 2001.
Ford Ranger has always been the first choice for compact pickups since its debut in 1983. The 2003 Ford Ranger Owners Manual has improved the quality of interior materials used along with better brakes and sound insulation. It still maintains the iconic base structure and platform of the 1983 model.
Seats of the Ford Ranger are not made for long drives as they lack adjustment and support. Controls are located in their traditional place for easy accessibility and use. SuperCabs come with the feature of jump seats in the rear. It is available with a four-door configuration for easy access to those jump seats. The Edge level has a rubber floor cover and optional new bucket seats.
2003 Ford Ranger Owners Manual Edge level has protective bed rails and tie-down hooks. Door handles are a bit hard and can slip away from fingers in a hurry. The model provides three options for engines. First is the 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine that comes standard on the XL and XLT 2WD returning 135 horsepower and 153 lb-ft torque. Regular cabs with four-wheel drive, regular cab 4WD, Edge, Tremor, and SuperCab 2WD flaunt the 3-liter V6 capable to return 154 horsepower and 180 lb-ft torque. Then comes the powerful 4-liter V6 with the power to produce 207 horsepower and 238 lb-ft torque.
2003 Ford Ranger Manual Features & Reviews
There are two body styles available for the 2003 Ford Ranger: Regular and Extended Cab. The Extended Cab is known as the SuperCab. Regular cabs have the option for 6 and 7-foot beds. Though SuperCabs do not have any option, they come with a 6-foot bed. Also, there are two-bed styles offered – Flareside and Styleside.
The model has four trim levels namely XL, XLT, Edge, and Tremor. XL and XLT are counted in the base models. XL does not have many features. When we come to XLT, it involves chrome exterior trim, air conditioning, front floor mats, and a CD player. The Edge trim comes with extended features like foglights; cloth upholstery replaces vinyl upholstery; and color-keyed trim. Moving to the Tremor, it incorporates features like a Pioneer sound system, alloy wheels of 16-inch, and the white-faced gauges.
The model has not undergone any redesigning and has a dated design. It has an uncomfortable cabin which is counted as a major setback along with the unavailability of the V8 engine. Another setback of 2003 Ford Ranger Owners Manual is the unavailability of crew cab configuration.