Truck was perfect in every respect. 2009 was just like owning a 2012.
2011 Ford RangerGary - Albuquerque, NM03/23/2015
This vehicle came with less that 24,000 miles, not a scratch or dent, still smells like a new car, and drives like one. I'm getting 19.99 miles per gallon in the city. Haven't done any extended highway driving, so don't know highway mileage.
This is my second Ranger, and have been very happy with both.
2003 Ford RangerIan M. - Indianapolis, IN07/28/2015
This truck gets incredible mileage. There's no way around it. Commuting is stop-and-go for me with 8 miles of stoplights each way. I easily get 25 mpg. Though I don't love the slower acceleration, it's worth it to get that kind of mileage. Plus, the cab is very comfortable for being a smaller vehicle. I'm 6'1" and have plenty of space! If you need to haul medium-sized items, this is definitely a winner. Its lower clearance makes loading heavy items a breeze.
If you're looking for a powerful truck that makes you feel important and lets you look down on other people, this isn't the right one for you. But if you're looking for a small, reliable hauler that's easy to maintain, you just might fall in love.
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