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2005 Ford Ranger Regular Cab - Consumer Reviews

2005 Ford Ranger Regular Cab

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Yum, I like to eat tires
Performance
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Fuel Economy
Fun To Drive
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Exterior Design
Build Quality
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By Mike
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Vehicle

2005 Ford Ranger Regular Cab 2dr Regular Cab XLT Rwd Styleside SB (2.3L 4cyl 5M)


Review

I bought my little 4 cyl. for about 10k. It has nothing but ac, spray in bedliner, and a cd player. I like the interior and the seats okay. My problem is it always eats the tires. I have the tires rotated, and the alignment check over and over and yet it still eats the inside of the front left. Ford says there is nothing wrong with it.. You get what you pay for. I want something new but my wife won't let me get anything worthwhile and we don't have much money so 10k is 10k. Stay away if you aren't poor like me.


Best Features

Mileage


Worst Features

Build something comparable to a Toyota or at least bring back the Bronco with a rag top and I could do that


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My last Ford Purchase
Performance
Comfort
Fuel Economy
Fun To Drive
Interior Design
Exterior Design
Build Quality
Reliability
By JRT1
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Vehicle

2005 Ford Ranger Regular Cab 2dr Regular Cab XLT Rwd Styleside SB (2.3L 4cyl 5M)


Review

I have had the clutch replaced because of a loud squeaking sound. Took 9 trips to dealerships to get fixed. Vehicle does have problems when trying to start. Have to continuously grind it to get started. Will never buy another Ford. Ford Motor Company refuses to do anything with the problem I have with a fender that is dulled off and has lost its metallic finish. Also, they say there is nothing they can do regarding the paint overspray on the left front fender. So much for help from the home office!


Worst Features

Better service departments and mechanics. Better workers at your plant who do the assembly.


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