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4 cyl. extended cab

Looking to buy a ranger, wanting a 4 cylinder but i also wanted extended cab because im tall. I saw in the mileage thread that there were 4 cylinder ranger extended cabs at some point. I searched in my area (Greensboro, NC) and did not see any within 300 miles. Were there many made? I guess same goes with mazda b2000
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they made them from 93-08 for sure, they're pretty popular in the west
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Dealer near me in eastern NC had a 2010 4cyl. 5 spd supercab new when I was searching so they are out there. I was wanting a longbed standard cab so I ended up getting a 2006 I found instead. As 09 was the last year for the longbed. Have you tried autotrader.com search? That is how I found the 06.
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yeah i looked on auto trader, i put a max cost of $10,000 cause it will just be a gas truck or something to putt around in. So maybe the newer ones were over that price. Ill keep an eye out cause im def wanting a extended cab and would prefer the 4 cyl over 3.0 and 4.0 for fuel mileage
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Check Craigslist also! When searching in Autotrader.com I found that it best to leave door count, how many wheel drive, etc, out of the search. It would filter too many vehicles out. Many people that put adds in don't use the right description so their adds get filtered out when refining the search. Good luck!
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My 2011 is a 4 cylinder extended cab, 5 speed. FYI, I'm not sure how long ago they started this, but for 2010-2011 trucks at least, the 4 cylinder/supercab combo included the 4.10 rear end gear automatically.
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I picked up a 2000 4cyl 5spd extended cab with only 85k for $2900 on craigslist. The main thing I noticed was that most people do not advertise the engine size and in my case the mileage was also not advertised, you just have to be willing to email everyone with an exteded cab truck for sale and ask them these questions.
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Looking to buy a ranger, wanting a 4 cylinder but i also wanted extended cab because im tall. I saw in the mileage thread that there were 4 cylinder ranger extended cabs at some point. I searched in my area (Greensboro, NC) and did not see any within 300 miles. Were there many made? I guess same goes with mazda b2000
it took me a long time to find one especially with a 5spd. keep looking you'll find a match sooner or later.
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