2005 Ford Ranger

2005 Ford Ranger
172,644 Miles | Online Only
$4,995
est. $72/mo

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2020 Ford Ranger

2020 Ford Ranger
11,959 Miles | Online Only
$33,995
est. $490/mo

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2003 Ford Ranger

2003 Ford Ranger
250,090 Miles | Online Only
$4,500
est. $65/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger

1999 Ford Ranger
156,936 Miles | Online Only
$6,995
est. $101/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger

1999 Ford Ranger
140,932 Miles | Online Only
$4,995
est. $72/mo

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2001 Ford Ranger

2001 Ford Ranger
133,443 Miles | Online Only
$4,995
est. $72/mo

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2003 Ford Ranger

2003 Ford Ranger
172,429 Miles | Online Only
$7,999
est. $115/mo

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2019 Ford Ranger

2019 Ford Ranger
27,171 Miles | Online Only
$36,900
est. $532/mo

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2008 Ford Ranger

2008 Ford Ranger
140,670 Miles | Online Only
$8,495
est. $122/mo

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1999 Ford Ranger

1999 Ford Ranger
167,808 Miles | Online Only
$3,999
est. $58/mo

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2019 Ford Ranger

2019 Ford Ranger
17,185 Miles | Online Only
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est. $0/mo

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2006 Ford Ranger

2006 Ford Ranger
88,459 Miles | Online Only
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2002 Ford Ranger

2002 Ford Ranger
181,550 Miles | Online Only
$3,680
est. $53/mo

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2000 Ford Ranger

2000 Ford Ranger
179,638 Miles | Online Only
$4,989
est. $72/mo

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1996 Ford Ranger

1996 Ford Ranger
257,549 Miles | Online Only
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est. $0/mo

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2006 Ford Ranger

2006 Ford Ranger
88,520 Miles | Online Only
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2019 Ford Ranger

2019 Ford Ranger
8,288 Miles | Online Only
$34,997
est. $504/mo

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2019 Ford Ranger

2019 Ford Ranger
3,678 Miles | Transfer Available
$30,998
est. $447/mo

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1997 Ford Ranger

1997 Ford Ranger
189,799 Miles | Online Only
$3,070
est. $44/mo

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2004 Ford Ranger

2004 Ford Ranger
69,215 Miles | Online Only
$5,995
est. $86/mo

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Ford Ranger Owner Ratings & Reviews

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1992 Ford Ranger - Excellent truck.

George
Sisco Heights, Washington
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
The 1992 Ford Ranger is still a great truck for 2017. My Ranger has over 150, 000 miles on it, and I've had major engine repairs done on it only once. While its handling and performance is in line with what you would expect from a '90s vehicle and considering how old it is, it has held up incredibly well. Even the interior of the '92 Ranger is holding up well, with only a few threadbare patches in the driver's seat. The paint by this point is faded and chipped, but again, considering the truck's age, is incredibly well preserved. I had one issue with the wiring in the dashboard, but that was quickly and easily repaired by a professional. Changing the oil is easy for even someone completely unfamiliar with the process. This is a great starter truck for a teenager. My particular m... (more)
Story
I hauled an apartment full of stuff up a mountainside, much more than the truck should have been able to handle.
Pros
Reasonable gas mileage. Suspension incredibly durable. Fun to drive. 4X4 equipment durable. 4X4 works very well. Aftermarket parts tend to be cheap. Good-sized gas tank. Has good mileage, even with heavy loads. Extremely reliable engineer. Brake pads and drums don't wear out quickly. Great leg room for driver and passenger. Cup holders perfectly sized. Radio reception excellent. Starts up easily in cold weather. Taking care of it is easy.
Cons
Radio doesn't last as long as other components. 4X4 gets no traction on slick snow. Seems to wear out cheap tires more quickly than other trucks. Noisy engine because of age. Didn't come with an A/C. The sealant of the windshield goes bad every few years. Difficult to install aftermarket components. Small glove compartment. Manual hard to understand in parts. Tires hard to change on roadside. Not easy to take apart heater. Gas tank on annoying side. Won't start unless it's in park. E-brake goes out every few years. Heater is noisy.

1987 Ford Ranger - A great little truck.

Matthew
Clear Lake, Washington
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
I have a 1987 Ford Ranger with the diesel engine. These trucks are apparently pretty rare, and it might be a bit harder to find parts for but so far I haven't had any problems. I like having the cargo capacity of a truck and the gas mileage of a car. I bought this truck and then went on a road trip to California from Washington and back. The truck did fine the whole way. It's a stick shift, and it shifts amazingly easily. The bed is also designed with groves that will hold 2x6 planks to support a queen size mattress. I haven't used that feature yet, but it sounds like an awesome idea for car camping. The truck also has a spare tire, which not all vehicles have these days. I won't buy a vehicle without one.
Story
I live about a mile away from the nearest paved road, and the gravel roads can get bad some times. So far the truck hasn't had any problems making it through the pot holes. It can also get pretty far out in the woods for camping, which it's great for.
Pros
It takes diesel, which is currently cheaper than gas. The miles per gallon is about 28, which is better than most cars I've owned. The body is solid and steel, I don't like plastic on my vehicles. It has a seven-foot bed with a canopy, so it's great for hauling things. The truck bed is fairly low so it's easy to get things in and out. The under carriage is solid and not rusting out.
Cons
The interior is a bit beat up, and the seat is made of pleather which is doing the old seat split. This could be easily fixed with a seat cover. Not much power going up hills, but it gets there eventually. The exhaust is a bit smelly but you get used to it. The inside of the cab is pretty dark at night. I would like more light around the shifter.

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