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Old 03-24-2005
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Explain it before I'll click on it?
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Polk Automobile Loyalty Awards:

"There were six repeat winners from 2003 within the segment level categories, all truck-based vehicles: Chrysler Town & Country, Ford Ranger, Ford F-Series, Subaru Forester, Mercury Mountaineer and Ford Expedition (see TABLE)."
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The automotive press hates the Ranger, but the owners love them mostly -- go figure.
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A long time ago there was a Ranger in Truckin, it was a 4x4 prerunner, and I think it was the tester for that RCD 5" lift kit. But it also had shocks in the bed with one of them braces holding them in place. It was the sweetest Ranger I've ever seen in a magazine. Rangers were the underdog in the Magazines but they coming on top, nobody wants to see a S-dime every month lifted or laying frame, new Rangers, old Rangers (pre 93), and older import mini's are hot now. *** you Chevy t(^_^t)
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^^^amen to that. s-10 shouldnt be lifted even if they are 4wd.
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Yeah I think that Ford knows what works for trucks and what doesn't, a lot of us buyers are satisfied with the way are vehicles are and like to customize ourselves.

Toyota and Nissan are going for a different crowd with factory customization and all those other "gadgets" that I'll want to upgrade anyway or are "cheap" factory versions. I will probably always buy Fords (on my 5th one with my Ranger) and as long as I never have a huge issue I'll keep buying.

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