2009 Ford Ranger Regular Cab 4X2 User Reviews
118-in. WB XL Styleside shown
- $10,096 - $11,567
- No trim specified for this review
- It lasts and lasts and lasts
- All the cons a truck has, it is not a car, it's a small truck
Purchased As Used
I don't know who wrote that it's unsafe. In the real world it proved more than safe to me. I got rear ended 3 or 4 times over the course of the 12 years I had mine (275K + miles) , just scraped off the paint on the rear bumper. I took it overseas and a horse ran into me at night (scared off by the air horn of a semi truck coming in the other direction). I had to straighten the bumper, hood and replace lights, but nothing happened to the frame or me. The poor horse passed to a better life. Yes, after that many years and miles, A/C, brakes, had to be replaced and auto transmission rebuilt, as well as crankshaft change. The roads it traveled were beyond anything it was designed to. The cost was very reasonable for the needed repairs, and parts easy to order from the US. It was powerful and reasonably economical, handled well, braked nicely (tail never lost control), got into muddy roads at door level, carried in excess of its rated weight a couple times. It outlasted my best expectations. I was sad to part with it when I came back to the US.
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