2010 Ford Ranger Regular Cab 4X2
There are 2 user reviews for the 112-in. WB XL Styleside trim shown below
- They last forever
- They're not spectacularly comfortable.
Purchased As Not Purchased
My sister had a long series of Ranger's throughout her life and would pass every one down to me after she was through with it. I had 268,000 miles on the last one before I decided it was time to get a family sedan instead of keeping the impractical truck.
My sister, meanwhile, had just junked her second Nissan Frontier at 127,000. She took her old Ranger back and keeps it as a second vehicle. She's purchased the 2010 and has gone an entire two months without a repair. Her Nissan trucks never did that for her.
We have never had this kind of longevity with any other vehicle. If you don't enjoy or don't have the money to buy a new truck every 2-3 years, get a Ranger. You won't have to....read morehide
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- Very good small truck.
- Should get better gas milage.
Purchased As New
My wife purchased a 2003 Ford Ranger 4x4 with extended cab. This truck is All Truck. Being somewhat smaller then me she fits into it much better. It does everything you ask a truck to do. Towing and hauling has never been a problem. It has a good V6 4.0, the newer 3.0 is stronger with better fuel milage and unavailable. When this truck was designed (along time ago) it probably was top notch. But Ford should have put more improvements into it. I wish the seat was lower or the roof was higher. I wish it had rear coil springs. And I wish I could turn a corner with the 4 wheel drive engaged on dry roads. But what it does go well-it does very well. Snow is never a problem-starting or stopping. It fits in the garage. It can get up to 18 mpg. Except for a few recalls, we have never had problems. With such a good start you have to wonder why Ford didn't try to improve the Ranger rather than discontinue it. It's not like small trucks don't sell. Looking forward to the next Ranger!...read morehide
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