My Ford Ranger Keeps Going!
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My 96 Ford Ranger supercab 4×4 just rolled over 250,000 miles. The 4.0 engine and 5 speed transmission are the original. I hope to get another quarter of a million miles out of it.

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Ryan H I've always changed the oil at around 3000 to 4000 miles and I just recently switched to a high mileage oil. It seems to have helped the small oil leak I had. I still never have to add any oil between changes though
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john m why if they are still running great get rid of them, at today's prices, it's cheaper too fix therm than buy new.
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Kenneth Robinson Apparently this fellow has properly maintained his Ranger to get such great mileage. I purchased a 1987 Ranger with the 4 cylinder engine. After 324,000 miles i simply tired of driving it and bought a larger truck. In 1999 I purchased a used 1997 Mustang with 43,000 miles. I just recently retired the Mustang after logging 392025 miles, replacing it with a 2012 Taurus. The engine still ran great and got 27 mpg. Needless to say, I like my Fords. Ken Robinson
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I have been a long standing Ford Ranger fanatic.  I am on my third Ranger. My current Ranger has been a true blessing, she is about to turn 220,000 miles.  I have maintained her well and being a 4x4 she has seen many mountains and fields.  I was, and am still, very dishearted to see the Ford Family drop the Ranger line and not consider reintroduction of this truck in 2015.  I prefer the smaller truck frame for convenience and ease of parking when not out in the field or mountains.  I will say I wish Ford would quickly consider offering this size of truck again, and to do so in a 4 door 4-5 person size with small and larger bed sizes.  When I add up the options I would like to have on my new truck (while in the F150 catagory) the price is just too much.  Two of your Import competitors offer this size of truck, but I really honestly hate to go this route.  Even if Ford offered an incentive to keep me on I'd be settling for a truck size I'm not interested in.  Please reconsider offering the Ranger format again - and soon.  Not sure how many more miles or trails my Ranger can take!.
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