2008 Ford Ranger
57,639 Miles
$17,998

Meridian, ID
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2008 Ford Ranger
97,899 Miles
$6,294

Wooster, OH
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2008 Ford Ranger
91,811 Miles
$11,995

Bloomsburg, PA
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2008 Ford Ranger
25,707 Miles
$13,898

Hillsboro, OR
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2008 Ford Ranger
84,880 Miles
$13,992

Ashland, OR
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2008 Ford Ranger
91,760 Miles
$14,995

Kennewick, WA
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2008 Ford Ranger
102,036 Miles
$9,998

Ponca City, OK
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2008 Ford Ranger
79,988 Miles
$12,451

Davenport, IA
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2008 Ford Ranger
112,387 Miles
$11,477

Boise, ID
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2008 Ford Ranger
162,873 Miles
$7,666

Pikeville, KY
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2008 Ford Ranger
95,654 Miles
$8,995

Cleveland, TN
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2008 Ford Ranger
92,691 Miles
$6,999

Girard, PA
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2008 Ford Ranger
61,062 Miles
$14,988

Davenport, IA
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2008 Ford Ranger
47,103 Miles
$14,995

White River Junction, VT
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2008 Ford Ranger
81,510 Miles
$9,963

Bridgman, MI
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2008 Ford Ranger
139,402 Miles
$8,900

Menomonie, WI
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2008 Ford Ranger
112,429 Miles
$8,995

Effingham, IL
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2008 Ford Ranger
93,481 Miles
$9,968

Inverness, FL
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2008 Ford Ranger
191,726 Miles
$6,500

Versailles, KY
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2008 Ford Ranger
119,510 Miles
$5,694

Colorado Springs, CO
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2008 Ford Ranger Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
2 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
3.5
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
2.5
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.5

2008 Ford Ranger Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2008 Ford Ranger - Ford Ranger

Morgan
Los Gatos, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
I bought my Ford Ranger from a dealership when it was just two years old. Due to it being a former fleet vehicle, it was only $10,000 off the lot, and was in good shape. I wanted a small truck and didn't care about fancy features, and that's what I got.
Story
great place to sit down for tailgating at concerts, the bed is low and easy to sit in.
Pros
I really loved the rear visibility, with no behind the driver seating it makes backing up a breeze. It has hand crank windows, which I actually prefer, as there is less complicated features to break down over long use. The car also handles nicely, it really gives me the feel of control over the vehicle. You can "feel the road" with the steering, and while this is a determent to some I enjoy it.
Cons
The biggest problem is that if/when something breaks on it, it can be expensive to fix. For example, my heater doesn't work in the vehicle because a small part malfunctioned. The part itself is cheap, but to get to the part the dashboard must be pulled out, resulting in a rather pricey fix. Another issue is that it is a very small cab. It can, in theory, fit three people. But the middle seat is very small and can only really fit two comfortably. Additionally, there is no behind the seat storage so if you have two adults with luggage you have to use the bed of the truck. The last detriment ... (more)

2008 Ford Ranger - Sturdy and economical.

Ranger Owner
Washington, District of Columbia
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
2.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
3.0
The Ford ranger is a small truck that is perfect for utility workers who need a smaller vehicle to complete tasks. Though the truck lacks in power, it makes up for it in maneuverability and dependability. Parts are cheaper, the truck is easier to repair. Some issues that Ford Ranger owners may run into are that parts are specialized for the Ranger and therefor may be harder to find.
Story
Working with the truck on some of our simpler, smaller tasks. We had a lot of fun driving through town in something smaller, where we could squeeze through traffic more easily. Because the F-150 is our standard truck size, we needed a Ranger to not risk colliding with other vehicles in a closer setting.
Pros
The small size of the Ranger make it maneuverable, a great parts runner or tool to do smaller jobs with. Rangers can be found aplenty, whether buying new or used, and a decent one can be had for as little as $4,000. Most mechanical breakdowns are easily repaired.
Cons
Fuel economy for the 2008 Ranger is not great, averaging about 13 for city driving and just 19 for highway driving. For its engine class and size, that fuel economy should be much higher, The engine strains under load (though as a truck the power displacement of the engine is one of the traits needed most) and the resale value of used Ford rangers is not great either.

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