Pros: "Easy to drive, good mileage, great for easy haulin"
Cons: "Slight dent-- doesn't affect driving at all"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"Original owner with complete service and purchase records. Well maintained.
Excellent commute truck and light hauling with good mileage. I'm selling it only because I inherited a newer car. This truck has been great!
Medium dark flint cloth interior in excellent shape. Passed all California smog checks. Minor dent on rear right side behind the cab."
Pros: "Valuable, well taken care of- Great Price!"
Cons: "Center console arms rest needs bolt to be attached"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 9
"2001 Ford Ranger XLT V6 4 liter, 4x4, 4 door, flare sides, power-steering, power windows, rear sliding door, fold down bench seats, new alternator, new brakes, new brake lines, K&N custom air filter, chrome step-ups, CD player & AM FM radio, tilt steering, tinted windows"
"It's right outside.........this little guy will do everything a full size can do and still drives nicely. The interior is still like a car, not a cockpit and you have room to breath. I've never had a problem in 45k miles and it looks respectable. It's holding it's value and has the desirable insurance rates for safety. I get a respectable 22 MPG for this 6 cylinder."
Pros: "MPGs, fits in small places, can still haul things"
Cons: "Horsepower, accelereation"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 8
"I paid $8k last June for this truck. It had 112,000 miles and I now have 128,000 and I've been to NH 3 times and to the western mass a couple times. It has never broken down. I drive it to work 5 days a week which is about 30 miles both ways. All I've done is change the oil every 3,000 and put all new rotors on, pads, front wheel bearings which you have to replace on these trucks if you get new front rotors, one caliper and air filter.
The only problem is these 2.3L engines only have 143 hp so getting up to highway speeds takes about 1 mile and hills are hard to climb, but these engines can go up to 300,000 to 400,000 miles and they have a timing chain, not a belt like the older Rangers."