2007 Ford Ranger
78,229 Miles | Azusa, CA
$8,999
Est $130/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
37,198 Miles | Portland, OR
$8,990
Est $130/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
85,255 Miles | Homosassa, FL
$8,993
Est $130/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
109,678 Miles | Fridley, MN
$7,495
Est $108/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
120,102 Miles | Tucson, AZ
$9,999
Est $144/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
124,361 Miles | Indianapolis, IN
$10,990
Est $158/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
94,960 Miles | Manchester, PA
$10,590
Est $153/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
110,193 Miles | Harvey, LA
$6,995
Est $101/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
99,193 Miles | Saint Johns, MI
$10,665
Est $154/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
102,325 Miles | Charles Town, WV
$9,995
Est $144/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
92,481 Miles | Boerne, TX
$9,995
Est $144/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
111,592 Miles | Ferndale, MI
$8,250
Est $119/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
197,246 Miles | Richmond, VA
$4,298
Est $62/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
111,817 Miles | Columbus, OH
$6,989
Est $101/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
115,960 Miles | Princeton, WI
$10,995
Est $158/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
95,019 Miles | Loveland, OH
$6,900
Est $99/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
255,879 Miles | Golden Valley, MN
$3,498
Est $50/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
123,952 Miles | Algonquin, IL
$7,499
Est $108/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
75,478 Miles | Wenatchee, WA
$15,990
Est $230/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger
109,910 Miles | Hartford, KY
$7,500
Est $108/mo

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2007 Ford Ranger Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
4.0
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.5

2007 Ford Ranger Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2007 Ford Ranger - Totally satisfied with this little truck.

CW
Atkinson, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
I really enjoy driving this truck. It is small enough to be easy to drive in the city, but still large enough to be able to pull small trailers or move furniture. It gets pretty decent gas mileage, and the interior is comfortable. It handles well, and the ride is pretty good.
Story
I really enjoy taking my dog out in this truck up to the family farm. I often visit there to go fishing, hunting, or swimming. I got this truck and my dog around the same time. I like looking back at pictures of her when she was a puppy, she looked so small in the seats! Now she is a fully grown dog weighing around 80 pounds, and she has almost outgrown her seat!
Pros
The seats are very comfortable, the ride is pretty smooth. You feel safe while driving it. It is a good looking vehicle. I have had no major maintenance issues with it, after almost 100k miles. It gets decent gas mileage.
Cons
It has a fairly small engine, a 3L V6, so it can feel slightly underpowered. The interior is small. It can accommodate the driver and one passenger comfortably, but any more than that is a tight fit. It has "jump" style seats in the rear of the cab. I have had issues with the radio a couple of times, even right after I bought it, the radio stopped working entirely and had to be replaced. Most likely that is specific to my individual truck, and not the model in general. It is capable of pulling or hauling light loads, but the hitch is a "bumper" style and does not attach to the frame. This ... (more)

2007 Ford Ranger - Love it.

Ranger Owner
Dexter, Kentucky
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
I love my ford. The motor is solid, never had any problem towing a trailer with a decently heavy load such as four wheelers, trash, camping gear, or canoes and kayaks. I did have to do some work on the suspension, like changing the shocks and part of the front suspension after 80,000 miles, but I did make it do some work that year by driving on the "Tail of the Dragon" in Tennessee and by hauling several tons of rock and brick when building a patio. I have a camper top on mine that I use pretty often as well as a rack on the roof of the truck. It is a extended cab that I love because it gives you just enough extra room to bring the dogs or gear you need to keep dry and out of the weather,
Story
Hauling canoes on a trailer through the mountains when the trailer tire blew out and I had to ditch the canoe on the side of the road and go finds a new tire! It was in a very sketchy tight place.
Pros
Easy to work on. Reliable. Auto 4WD. 4.0 L SOHC V6 engine.
Cons
Stock suspension can feel rough, gas mileage isn't great.

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