The Ranger feels well built with no squeaks & rattles. The super cab 2- door space behind the seats is adequate for gear. I passed on the jump seats since I know of no one that small. The engine has decent power, but the fuel economy is abyssmal at around 15 MPG or so. Glad I don't have to drive much. The ride is a bit bouncy but well cushioned (I have the optional larger tires). The truck tends to wander a bit at highway speeds and requires the driver's attention on bumpy turns. All considered, I like this truck much better than my previous Chev Colorado - similarly equipped.
Style, build quality, off-road capability
60/40 seats hard, no support and material seems cheap. Interior is spartan. Gas mileage could be much better for a vehicle this size.
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