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Q.

What does the future hold for the Ranger? Is a mid-size truck (F-100) possible?

A.

No new news here. We will continue to offer the Ranger through the end of 2011.

7 COMMENTS ON THIS QUESTION
Lemar I own a Sport Trac and sadly, this will be the absolute last Ford Pick-up I'll own. I need a 5 passenger truck and the big, bulky, gas hungry (yes, even the Ecoboost is painfully thursty) F-150 just won't get it for me. The things won't even fit into my garage. I hate that I'll possibly be parking a Toyota, Nissan, or dare I say it, a Honda or Chevy in my garage in the near future. The Ranger went essentially unchanged for almost 20 years, and it's the consumer's fault for declining sales? Sales declined because nothing worth owning was available across the board. Do us all a favor and bring back the Sport Trac in the form of the F100 or just the Sport Trac.
10 months(s) ago via
James W I made the mistake of trading in my 93 Ranger on a new 2007 F-150. I've regretted that decision ever since. The 5.4 has to be of worst engines Ford has ever made. Give me the 3 liter diesel 4x4 4 door Ranger with a proper manual transmission and I'd be a heck of a lot happier
1 year(s) ago via
james j The reason ranger sales were down is bc of performance and capability. It needed a four door crew cab and better performance engine. Basically it needed to be the new global ranger, so bring that awesome truck here and we will buy!
2 year(s) ago via
Jesse H I have been waiting to buy a new truck for a couple of years now, because the f100 wasn't here yet. now its not coming and the ranger is gone. so i guess i'm stuck with the uber-horrid fuel economy of my 04 f150 4x4 with a 5.4, huh? i just want the people at ford to know you are the reason im being forced to buy a tundra
2 year(s) ago via
Juston P Why not keep current Ranger single cab only and offer it w/ your 2.0L EcoBoostâ„¢ I-4, 6-speed Select Shift Auto, and Class II Trailer Tow Package? Opt: Four Wheel Drive. All of which is on current US production vehicles...
2 year(s) ago via
4 wheel drive with diesel should give ranger new life/and torque, even with exiting body.
2 year(s) ago via
Todd T A Ranger replacement is needed, there are many regular people that just don't require a F150 and the option of a I4 with high gas prices is an opportunity not to overlook.
2 year(s) ago via
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