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Old 11-18-2007
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Would you buy a ranger again?

Granted the results are biased because this is an enthusiast forum, I'm just curious what the ratios are.

Would you buy a ranger again after owning one?

And this is NOT a thread arguing if this is a ranger forum or a F150/tacoma/frontier forum. Just vote yes, or no.
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how can I vote if there is no poll??


lol. Answer: yes. Good little trucks. They have their issues just like any other vehicle does, but I would buy another.

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Yea....so all of a sudden a poll appeared! lol.
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FX4 Level II fully loaded or nothing.
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ive had 5..... i think ill have another, sure.
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I am on my 3rd and will most likely by another one.
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no... ill be going to either an f150 or colorado IF i spend more than 13k on my next truck... if im going to be spending less then its a possibility that i might
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i'll have more or atleast RBV
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id buy another one if they come out with a quad cab down the road...Im gonna get an F150 now while im in the north pole and my kids are young
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id buy another one if they come out with a quad cab down the road...
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i would def buy another one.. a good truck and so far no complaints from me on it... gets me to and from the places i need and takes off road to... so yes i would def buy another ranger
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I will definately buy another one. They are great little trucks, and the newer ones are amazing imo, the just keep getting better.
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I'm on my third and this will probably be my last from what I'm reading about Ford discontinuing the line. Great little trucks and I'm sorry that it all goes to the Asians now. We had it all, once upon a time.
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I am not sure that I would. I want something a little bigger like an F150 or even a Tacoma with the 4 full doors. I just want a little more power and more room in the cab. Once my truck is paid off though my tone might change lol
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nope this is it for me.. next car will be a car... either a VW or a Benz but im gonna keep this truck
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Yeah. Been through 4 and still have number one and four right now. The next would be another Gen. 2
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I wouldn't buy any of the new rangers that are out now. I think the build quality in mine is better than what ford is putting out.

My next truck will be a crew cab, I need more passanger space.
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Yep, aside from my differential exploding, hasn't given me an ounce of trouble. Hope that it doesn't go downhill now...

Next truck though is gunna have this stuck on the side though.-
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since they dont make sport tracs on the same platform like they used to, I might "downgrade" next vehicle and get a ranger since my son would be old enough to ride in a jumpseat.

But then again, i really like my dad's 03 ram, so i might "upgrade" to fullsize
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I'd buy another 02 FX4/03 LII.....I wouldn't buy a new one though unless they come out with another compact truck or completely redesign the ranger. I want a true offroad compact.......not a two tone, stickered up, pos.
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I will by another one someday to make into a trail rig, but my next vic will be a heavy duty diesel rig, i don't know what make but something fun with power :D
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I would and I do plan on buying another, especially if they come out with the crew cabs in the US. I want a truck that I can have friends and family in, not where I can have a friend in my ex-cab.
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I am on my second one and would for sure get another one. Mine actually makes #4 in the family except my brother traded his 06 for a 07 Fusion....
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On my 3rd and I might be trading my current truck for a 4x4 ranger next year.
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as a DD, no, too small. i voted yes though because i want to some day build a nice little truck like Swoop's was before he sold it. i loved how clean that truck looked
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