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1999 Ford Ranger XL
231,527 Miles | Broken Arrow, OK
$6,000
est. $108/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XLT
195,000 Miles | Lakewood, CO
$5,995
est. $108/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XLT
204,616 Miles | Flint, MI
$7,777
est. $140/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XLT
180,285 Miles | Happy Valley, OR
$8,950
est. $161/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XL
104,609 Miles | Happy Valley, OR
$9,450
est. $170/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XLT
207,730 Miles | Happy Valley, OR
$7,850
est. $141/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XL
164,250 Miles | Happy Valley, OR
$8,995
est. $162/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XLT
167,038 Miles | Portland, OR
$2,985
est. $54/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XL
114,749 Miles | Saranac, MI
$6,999
est. $126/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XL
149,450 Miles | Salem, OR
$7,995
est. $144/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XL
195,340 Miles | Columbia Station, OH
$5,595
est. $101/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XLT
149,492 Miles | Channahon, IL
$7,919
est. $142/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XLT
104,303 Miles | San Diego, CA
$9,495
est. $171/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XL
173,933 Miles | Southfield, MI
$1,999
est. $36/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XLT
140,668 Miles | Pinellas Park, FL
$4,995
est. $90/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XL
151,414 Miles | Sedalia, MO
$5,995
est. $108/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XL
125,752 Miles | Harrisonburg, VA
$4,999
est. $90/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XLT
155,646 Miles | Freeburg, IL
$4,995
est. $90/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XLT
127,825 Miles | Bremerton, WA
$11,999
est. $216/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger XLT
128,190 Miles | Corvallis, OR
$6,295
est. $113/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger Owner Ratings & Reviews

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1999 Ford Ranger - Love it!

Grace
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
4.0
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... (more)
Story
I have so many memories of my years with this truck. We've travelled all over this country, it's been my pony and my camp. From New Mexico to New Hampshire, from Florida to North Dakota, and everywhere in between. Terrifying midnight drives through the Black Hills, and equally terrifying (but stunning) drives along the Blue Ridge Parkway. Visiting the International Gardens at the border, and d... (more)
Pros
It's solid and has held up well over many years and through some rough spots. The small size is perfect for me and the things I need to do. It's attractive inside and out. My favorite feature is the extended cab, you get all the utility of a truck bed while still having interior space.
Cons
Issues with the clutch slave cylinder; has had to keep being replaced as they've gone bad (or were bad to start with). I also would have preferred front- or 4-wheel drive; rear-wheel is not much use climbing rocky mountainsides, or in any kind of inclement weather.

1999 Ford Ranger - Great little truck.

Ranger Owner
Steelville, Missouri
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.0
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.
Story
I had a friend from the city come down and visit. He drove his new Sport Utility Vehicle. It was the first vehicle that he owned with 4-wheel-drive. He thought it was the greatest thing, and that it could go anywhere. He drove it down to the river, and I followed him in my 15 year old Ford Ranger. We went down a trail, and he got his fancy rig stuck in a gravel pit. He told me there was no way... (more)
Pros
It is a very tough truck. I have not been easy on it, and it has held up much better than expected.
Cons
I have had a few problems with the vacuum hubs on the 4-wheel-drive. occasionally they will come loose in the hub, and have to be put back on. This could probably be fixed with a new set of hubs, but it is not worth the money to me to have it fixed when I can very easily just put them back on myself.