by sickprofessor2 on Jun 26, 2013 Vehicle: 1995 Ford Ranger XL 2dr Regular Cab SB
My 1995 Ranger has 385000 miles on it.
What more is there to say?
I don't do much to maintain it, either.
I probably change the oil about every 10000 miles.
It probably hasn't had a tuneup in 200000 miles.
I expect that the drivetrain would keep going to a million miles.
The only issues I've had in the past few years have been suspension:
rear leaf-spring brackets rusted away and replaced;
front sway-bar link broke.
by nitewish21 on Jan 11, 2012 Vehicle: 1995 Ford Ranger XL 2dr Regular Cab LB
I purchased this truck in Feb. of 2011, it currently has only 131,000 miles on it. I have had no problems at all with this truck.It started out as a commercial lease vehicle, im the first private owner of this truck.Its still in "Like-new" condition and i keep the maintenance up on it regularly.It came with a 3.0L V6 and automatic transmission. You can tell the quality of workmanship through and though, there is no better mid-size trucks out there than these Rangers.
by indianavince on Apr 7, 2010 Vehicle: 1995 Ford Ranger XL 2dr Regular Cab LB
I bought this 1995 4.0 5speed Ranger 5 years ago. It was cheap had 228,000 miles and I wasn't expecting much. Well it's 2010, I replaced the rear spring shackles as they rusted away. I have over loaded it with gravel and fill dirt many times, pull my boat and change the oil once a year as I use it for around town hauling and mucking about. I pull my sailboat 60 miles at a time. This is the Ever- ready bunny truck. No issues other than those wiper gremlins. Body is NOT rusting. 4.0 V6 showing now signs of age, and the ABS sure works well in the Indiana winters.
A driver airbag and optional four-wheel antilock brakes are two of the features added to the safety equipment roster of the capable Ford Ranger. SuperCab models can now be had with a power driver seat.