200,000 Miles
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I just wanted to let you know that my truck passed the 200,000 mile mark today. I bought it new in 1998, so have put most of the miles on myself. It has never been wrecked, or had much work ($1,000 or less, including oil changes) done on it since I bought it. I will probably buy another Ranger when this one wears out, in another 200 or 300,000 miles.

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Steve M Hi Steve M, cool, that's amazing. Unbelievable that you had to put in only $1000 more or even less. Including the oil changes and seen for the long time. It's been 14 years now. There were all sorts of weathers and other conditions, since 1998. Steve
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GM, just presented a new mid sized truck to the market place. Why, oh why, hasn't Ford considered the same. I had a 2001 Ranger that I sold to a friend that now has almost 200,000 miles with minor maintenance and repairs. I have read that this segment, according to Ford, is not profitable. Ford, I believe is missing the fact that there is a considerable market for this type of vehicle, and least of not which would be a segway to larger trucks for the Ford loyalists. I wish I could by a new Ranger, you sell many outside the states that are larger than the one I had, but not as big as the F-150. Don't let GM or Toyota take what could be a  core customer and  walk away from your products. Loyality is the key to success.
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