Before my father bought my Ranger 2 DR XLT Extended Cab, I had never
owned a truck. I'll never have another truck but this Ranger. It has never let
me down and lives up to Fords reputation for building a tough a truck, even if
it is a small truck. I've taken numorous trips in it and it's been a delight to
drive and the comfort of the 60/40 seats keeps me happy. It's a true joy to
drive on the open roads, handles very well, as it does on country back roads.
It drives like a truck should drive, yet you don't feel like you're being beaten
to death. I work for a local V.E.T. center (Vehicle Emission Testing) and it's
VERY rare to see a Ranger fail the required testing standards.
My Ranger didn't come with all the lights, bells and whistles. I like the setup
of the dashboard. My dog loves the jump seats as she has to race back and
forth to look out the windows. I like the rear window being only one window to
open instead of 2 sliding windows.
Why is there no light in the ashtray? It's hard to see the ashtray while driving
at night. As I said, I work for the V.E.T. and I've seen many Rangers with the
check engine light on, as well as mine. It won't turn off.
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