The Ford Ranger, one of America’s most popular mid-sized pickups, has a bed size that varies depending on the model and year. The length of the bed can range from 73.1 inches to 78.9 inches, and the width of the bed can range from 48.9 inches to 50.4 inches.
The size of the truck bed largely depends on the style of cab that you choose for your Ranger. If you opt for a single-cab, regular-cab Ranger, then the length of the bed will be 73.1 inches and the width will be 48.9 inches. If you go for an extended-cab Ranger (which is also known as a SuperCab), then the length of the bed increases to 78.9 inches and the width increases to 50.
The truck bed size is also impacted by whichever trim level you choose for your Ford Ranger:
- XL: This entry-level trim comes with a 73.1″ long by 48.9″ wide truck bed.
- XLT: This mid-level trim comes with a 73.9″ wide truck bed if it is configured with a single cab or an extended cab with four full doors; if it is configured with an extended cab with two full doors, it comes with a 78.9″ long by 50.4″ wide truck bed.
- Lariat: This top-end trim comes with a 73.9″ long by 50