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2020 Ford Ranger XLT
50,572 Miles | Miami, FL
$29,497
est. $530/mo

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2019 Ford Ranger XL
44,835 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$22,999
est. $414/mo

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2020 Ford Ranger XL
29,640 Miles | Miami, FL
$23,799
est. $428/mo

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2019 Ford Ranger XLT
39,546 Miles | Margate, FL
$26,299
est. $473/mo

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2021 Ford Ranger Lariat
2,603 Miles | Margate, FL
$36,799
est. $662/mo

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2020 Ford Ranger XLT
46,989 Miles | Margate, FL
$29,498
est. $530/mo

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2019 Ford Ranger XLT
30,325 Miles | Fontana, CA
$32,559
est. $585/mo

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2019 Ford Ranger XLT
40,571 Miles | Fontana, CA
$32,499
est. $584/mo

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2019 Ford Ranger XL
37,640 Miles | Fontana, CA
$30,623
est. $551/mo

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2019 Ford Ranger Lariat
19,628 Miles | Arlington, TX
$35,351
est. $636/mo

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2022 Ford Ranger XLT
2,196 Miles | Mesquite, TX
$35,500
est. $638/mo

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2020 Ford Ranger XLT
40,528 Miles | Sanford, FL
$27,381
est. $492/mo

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2021 Ford Ranger XLT
11,195 Miles | Phoenix, AZ
$32,403
est. $583/mo

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2021 Ford Ranger XL
22,614 Miles | San Antonio, TX
$32,951
est. $593/mo

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2021 Ford Ranger Lariat
11,744 Miles | Austin, TX
$44,371
est. $798/mo

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2019 Ford Ranger XLT
48,198 Miles | Phoenix, AZ
$29,451
est. $530/mo

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2020 Ford Ranger XL
44,271 Miles | Dallas, TX
$34,196
est. $615/mo

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2020 Ford Ranger XLT
51,078 Miles | Colma, CA
$32,993
est. $593/mo

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2020 Ford Ranger Lariat
70,299 Miles | Grand Prairie, TX
$29,585
est. $532/mo

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2019 Ford Ranger XLT
51,955 Miles | Richardson, TX
$29,895
est. $538/mo

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Ford Ranger Owner Ratings & Reviews

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1996 Ford Ranger - The Little Truck That Could, But Almost Didn't.

Ivy
Burlington, Vermont
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
I named her Darwin, because she was a gift that was supposed to evolve into money. But she ended up actually evolving. I crashed her into a medium sized tree on a muddy road driving back to college one morning a few years back. She took it like a champ. I saw it coming and had just enough time to aim for that sweet spot on the bed of the truck between the rear tire and the back windows. I got really lucky and only dented the box. Although I was a little surprised when the air bag didn't pop out and hit me in the face. I hit the tree hard enough to rip it out of the ground and land on top of it. I thought she was done, but when a farmer pulled my truck off the tree I was able to drive her away. And continued to drive her after replacing the bed for 6 more years and 180,000 miles.
Story
The first winter I had this truck I had some trouble getting up my driveway. I managed to get myself stuck in a foot deep of snow on a log. I got really mad and started swearing and hitting the gas spinning the tires. I turned the wheel full rotations in both directions faster than would be recommend and ended up bouncing the truck out the woods and off the log back onto my drive way. I then ... (more)
Pros
This Truck had the most comfortable seats, soft and cushy. Made from fabric, not leather, so you didn't burn your skin on a not day. It was rear wheel drive, she could go anywhere, given that you knew how to handle her. She had great gas mileage for what she was and how old she was, 24MPG.
Cons
Changing the oil was a challenge. The filter is kind of on the middle front leftist part of the engine about 2/3rds down and to the left and up, I basically had to break my arm to get at it. Other than that, working on the engine was easy and straight forward. This truck is so light that going over bridge connectors on the highway, at normal highway speeds around 60, might send the truck bouncing sideways. I eventually learned to drive off center to avoid this problem. This truck wasn't 4 wheel drive so she got stuck, a lot, but never in snow. Which is odd because where I live it snows 8 ... (more)

2001 Ford Ranger - Great Quality and Lasts Forever

FJ
Carrollton, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
5.0
This is an excellent truck. I have been driving it for fourteen years and I have never had a major problem with it. Apart from a couple of minor incidents the only time it has been in the shop is for routine maintenance. It drives just as good today as it did fourteen years ago. If you are looking for a vehicle that you can put a lot of miles on and still maintain quality year in and year out then this truck is definitely for you.
Story
Driving up to the mountains to go hiking.
Pros
It is very spacious and can haul a lot. I love to go hiking and I can fit everything I need behind the seat and still have plenty of room to haul whatever I need in the back. It is a very practical vehicle. The reliability is great for everyday commuting. I drive about half an hour to work through the country and I have never once been late. It is also very rugged. I drive across a lot of bad road conditions and I have never suffered any damage or poor performance because of it. It is also very comfortable. It is very roomy and I have never felt cramped while driving it.
Cons
The only drawback I can really think of is the lousy fuel economy. It was not very good to begin with and has deteriorated with age. Be prepared to hand over a little more for gas.

1998 Ford Ranger - Sturdy but without Issues

Matthew
Durham, New Hampshire
Overall
3.0
Value
2.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
2.0
I bought my 1998 Ford Ranger in May of 2015. It is now July 2017, and the truck needs possibly more than work than what I purchased it at. The truck runs very well, especially when considering how old it is. The engine is completely fine. However, the emissions are not up to par. The truck isn't able to pass inspection because of the emissions, along with some other mechanical/safety work. I like the Ford Ranger truck, despite being unable to pass inspection. It runs great, drives great (except in the winter, as it's a RWD truck) and is able to haul items around.
Story
Having to sleep in the bed of my truck for multiple nights in the summer of 2015. It was nice to have enough room back there to be able to lay down.
Pros
Able to haul items around and a reliable vehicle for the most part. I like the green color that is on the Ford Ranger, and I also like that there were many of them made back in the day, so finding spare parts isn't necessarily going to give someone trouble if they had to look for them.
Cons
The emissions aren't up to par. It's a real-wheel drive vehicle, and this means a lot of trouble for us New Englanders where it snows quite a bit in the winter and sometimes in the fall! The electrical wiring in the truck seems to be shorting out or working improperly. Maybe it is because of the previous owner or it could be because of the stock factory wiring.

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