2001 Ford Ranger
113,928 Miles | Broken Arrow, OK
$7,500
Est $108/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
233,040 Miles | Salem, OR
$4,995
Est $72/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
134,903 Miles | Boise, ID
$8,991
Est $130/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
171,046 Miles | Minerva, OH
$7,500
Est $108/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
193,116 Miles | Shelbyville, IN
$4,500
Est $65/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
206,052 Miles | Grantsville, MD
$6,493
Est $94/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
97,795 Miles | Newberg, OR
$7,495
Est $108/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
166,360 Miles | Blue Ridge, GA
$7,987
Est $115/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
124,803 Miles | West Liberty, KY
$2,550
Est $37/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
109,985 Miles | Moulton, AL
$7,995
Est $115/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
114,500 Miles | Plymouth, IN
$6,864
Est $99/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
108,962 Miles | Medford, OR
$8,987
Est $130/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
124,918 Miles | Cullman, AL
$6,000
Est $86/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
176,751 Miles | Selden, NY
$2,955
Est $43/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
210,827 Miles | Stillwater, MN
$3,099
Est $45/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
136,651 Miles | Corcoran, MN
$4,995
Est $72/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
127,899 Miles | Blaine, MN
$5,995
Est $86/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
135,885 Miles | Ham Lake, MN
$4,999
Est $72/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
195,000 Miles | Plover, WI
$4,500
Est $65/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger
155,000 Miles | Appleton, WI
$5,595
Est $81/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.5
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
4.5

2001 Ford Ranger Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2001 Ford Ranger - Great Purchase

Chris
York, Pennsylvania
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
1.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
My Ranger may be 15 years old, but it still runs and looks great. As far as repairs go, we have only had to put about $100 into minor repairs. It is not the biggest truck (in fact I suspect it is the smallest Ford offers), but it makes up for it with charm. It may not be a work truck, but it has carried, mulch, brick, furniture, kayaks, and anything else I have needed it for. On the downside, it only has around 100 horsepower, and it is very noticeable when acceleration is necessary.
Story
It can carry kayaks, but be careful to tie them down well, I lost one driving down a back road on the way to a lake.
Pros
The truck only has 60,000 miles, but over the course of 15 years it still has had no major problems. The interior is far from elegant, but it is extremely comfortable and easy to drive for any distance. I have gotten multiple offers to buy it on the spot at local garages when I get the oil changed.
Cons
It is a 4 cylinder engine, and while it is a small truck it still is under-powered. If not for it having a manual transmission, I don't think it would handle steep terrain, especially on the highway. The 2 wheel drive makes it terrifying in the snow, and sometimes treacherous in the rain.

2001 Ford Ranger - Stylish Yet Rugged

Jason
North East, Pennsylvania
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
Overall, the 2001 Ford Ranger is an excellent vehicle. It is a very stylish looking truck but it is also very practical when it comes to handling the way a truck should and usability. As far as appearance goes, I really like how Ford brought back the vintage truck bed style where the body is inverted from the wheel wells. It gives the truck a unique look among other modern trucks. It's a 4-door truck. The 2 back doors are half doors that open in a reverse way, opening towards the back of the truck rather than the front. This is because it's an extended cab truck. The 2 seats in the back fold out and the passengers end up facing each other in the back of the cab. It's not very spacious, but it is a nice option for a half-ton truck. The bed comes with rhino lining and that's great since ... (more)
Story
One winter I had tied an inner tube to the back of it and friends and I took turns pulling each other in a parking lot that hadn't been snow plowed yet.
Pros
The extended cab is a very nice feature for a half-ton truck. The stock CD player is a great thing to have. The 4 wheel drive is excellent and I have been able to pull out of ditches and other situations where I have slid off of the road in the winter when roads were bad. The rhino lining in the bed of the truck is great and durable, leaving the original paint underneath in new condition. The 4 wheel drive mode is on the fly as well, which is obviously much more convenient than having the pull over, stop and then switch into 4-wheel drive or from that back into 2-wheel drive. The truck has... (more)
Cons
This is a tough one because I love this truck so much! The fact that I'm leasing it is a con as opposed to buying it outright. When trying to accelerate very quickly the RPM's go higher than I believe they should, using a lot more gas during that, and it doesn't do so as fast as I would like it to or even think that it should. The extended part of the cab's seats are fold-out seats that face inward and I think there should be a bench instead since the passengers have to face each other which leaves almost no leg room. The stereo system does not have much in the bass frequencies.

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