2009 Ford Ranger Regular Cab 4X2 User Reviews
112-in. WB XLT Styleside shown
- $10,096 - $11,567
- No trim specified for this review
- Runs strong, handles well, solid structure, 24mpg
- Small quality issues
Purchased As New
A real compact truck that remembers it's place in its segment. Competitors have grown too large to be called compacts. Compared to the Chevy Colorado, the only other "compact" compact truck, the Ranger is a higher quality vehicle. What makes it bad for the Chevy is that it is a much newer vehicle. The Ranger isn't fun to drive, because it's not meant for that. The automotive "experts" that write for magazines need to drive the everyman's type of automobiles more often. I've had a few small quality problems, mainly the turn signal stalk split at the mold seam at about 12,000 miles. The ride is stiff and the rear axle will step out over irregular bumps, meant for work not play. Bottom line, if you want a small truck that does everything it's supposed to do without drama, look at the Ranger.
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