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As a freshman in college, I knew that I would have to buy a car to get from school to music gigs. For the majority of grade school, kids in my class teased me for my last name: Ford. They would ask if I was related to Henry Ford or if my parents owned a Ford. Neither was true so then I knew that I wanted to drive a Ford. I can proudly say that my car is decorated with my name, but not only that, the car drives well and is extremely comfortable. I first test drove a Chevy Cruze and it was uncomfortable and unmanageable. Being a small woman, I needed a car that fit perfectly. As soon as I sat down, I knew it was my car. Thank you for keeping the tradition alive for wonderful automobiles for real people.

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Ok, about the future Ford Ranger. I am a big fan of Ford, I had a n 85' Ranger that I drove for about 9 years +/-, great truck great style, then recently had a 99' Ranger 4x4 xlt, awsome truck loved it! So I am talking design to begin with, I see picuters of this future ranger with the front end of the Edge strapped to it! This does not settle well with my design eye. How about exploring the idea of, say start with the body style of the 04'-08' F-150's then throw a little Atlas touch to it and I believe you'll have another awsome Ranger on your hands. This is Ford, it must be tough at all costs! The Edge is a Suv, not a truck! I currently drive an 04' F-150 and love it but, would consider another Ranger (midsize truck) if I liked it. Otherwise I might end up with a Canyon even though the simple fact that they spent time to engineer a step in the side of the rear bumper iritates me. Finally, Interior, you guys do nice interiors, best of all, I would just say room for a small family to be comfortable crewstyle cabs thats it. Ecoboost!
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