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If the new Ranger is not as Wide or as High as the new Tocoma Ford will lose the small truck war .
 
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It will be neat to see one in person honestly. I dislike that it's larger but that's what the norm is and the market doesn't want a tiny ranger like what we have. Which is a shame.

I wish they would have made the rear windows completely power down instead of that tiny little square for a rear slider... I've seen many trucks where the entire rear window goes down and I say, damn that's awesome! Wish they would have done that or make that an option.

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Originally Posted by NewShockerGuy View Post
It will be neat to see one in person honestly. I dislike that it's larger but that's what the norm is and the market doesn't want a tiny ranger like what we have. Which is a shame.

I wish they would have made the rear windows completely power down instead of that tiny little square for a rear slider... I've seen many trucks where the entire rear window goes down and I say, damn that's awesome! Wish they would have done that or make that an option.

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agreed - new fullsize trucks just look weird with thier rounded sliding square.
 
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I wish they would have made the rear windows completely power down instead of that tiny little square for a rear slider... I've seen many trucks where the entire rear window goes down and I say, damn that's awesome! Wish they would have done that or make that an option.
The Explorer Sport Trac had that roll-down back window... (so did the old Mercury in the late 1960's "Breezeway Roof").
 
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It actually looks quite small like the current one were used to!

http://www.motortrend.com/cars/ford/...-lariat-fx4-01
2019 Ford Ranger Raptor looks so hot........
 
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Test drove one in Arcadia earlier this month. It’s got a LOT of power maybe more than old V6, it’s also not as big as the Colorado and it turns real well. I got long arms so in my 2006 Ranger I can touch the passenger door while sitting in the driver side. I was able to do this in the new ranger too but I had to lean over a bit. I’m not crazy about the interior because it feels like you are driving an explorer instead of a truck. I guess that’s what folks are into nowadays tho. I looked at the truck from underneath and it’s a typical ford truck overbuilt heavy duty type deal.

I had heard this truck was going to be huge but was pleasantly surprised that it’s actually the smallest of the new midsize trucks being sold.
 
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