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25 Ford Ranger results

1999 Ford Ranger OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
4.0
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Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Style
5.0
Performance
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
1.5
Reliability
3.5
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Albuquerque, New Mexico
5.0
Love it!
I love this truck, it's my favorite vehicle I've ever owned. In 16 years I've driven it over 200,000 miles all over this country and it has been dependable and solid. In all those years, the only work it ever required was the clutch, which was a bit of a problem. There seems to be issues with bad slave cylinders, and I recently had to have it replaced three times in just over a year because they kept putting in bad ones. In addition to the dependability, I truly love the extended cab feature for transporting laundry, groceries, etc., the things you don't want rolling all over the bed. The interior has held up very well all these years, the fabrics are tough (but attractive.) The only other problem I've ever had with it is the sun and wind guards that were attached to the outside of the windshield and side windows - all of which flew off suddenly on different highways around the country. They seemed to have been attached with some sort of sticky tape, which didn't last long. Shame... they were handy. Also the gas mileage is terrible, but that seems to be true of any truck. I would still highly recommend this truck to anybody looking for a small, dependable utility vehicle.
Steelville, Missouri
3.0
Great little truck.
This has been a great little truck. I have put it through hell, and it has held up great. There have been little problems here and there, but nothing that was not mostly my fault. I had a problem with the transmission, but it was because I drove it into a giant mud hole, and I threw out the reverse in the transmission. This was completely my fault, and it happened because I shifted from drive to reverse while the wheels were still spinning. I have had this truck for 10 years, and this is the only major problem I have ever had with it. Right now, I am having problems with fuel mileage, because there is an oxygen sensor out. But that is to be expected on a truck with over 200,000 miles on it! It is in need of a tune up, but even with that, it still runs like a champ.