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The used 2001 Ford Ranger Regular Cab is offered in the following styles: 2dr Regular Cab Edge 2WD Styleside SB (3.0L 6cyl 5M), 2dr Regular Cab XLT 2WD Flareside SB (2.5L 4cyl 5M), and 2dr Regular Cab XLT 2WD Styleside LB (3.0L 6cyl 5A). Pre-owned Ranger Regular Cab models are available with a 0-liter gas engine, with output up to 150 hp, depending on engine type. The used 2001 Ranger Regular Cab comes with rear wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 5-speed manual, 5-speed automatic.
What's a good price on a used 2001 Ford Ranger Regular Cab?
Price comparisons for used 2001 Ford Ranger trim styles:
The used 2001 Ford Ranger Edge Plus is priced around $4999 with average odometer reading of 206490 miles.
The used 2001 Ford Ranger XLT is priced around $4098 with average odometer reading of 159302 miles.
The used 2001 Ford Ranger XL is priced around $2977 with average odometer reading of 174745 miles.
The used 2001 Ford Ranger Edge is priced around $6495 with average odometer reading of 74845 miles.
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Review This is my second Ranger. Between the two I've owned I've driven a combined 400,000 miles over 20 years on the 2.3/2.5 engine with manual transmission. The first was bought new with the XLT Lariat package. The second is an XL bought with 65,000 miles in it. This truck isn't a sports car. It isn't a luxury car. If you want these why are you buying a truck at all? It's a truck and it looks and runs like one. As it should. But it corners as well as my Spitfire and feels nearly as sporty with the excellent 4 speed/overdrive gearbox and peppy engine. And it's comfortable and pleasant in the cab though not a luxury car. The interior is basic. It is well laid out and attractively designed enough, even in the XL base model configuration. In both my trucks the gauges are complete and well laid out. The seats are comfortable whether on longer drives or getting groceries. The interior is durable and well made. But yes, the extended cab would be nice for briefcases, groceries, dogs and so on. And this is not a family car or people carrier. Know what it does better than any of the 17 or so vehicles I've owned before and during my 22 years of Ranger ownership? It starts, drives and stops with reasonable fuel economy every time. It hauls tools and material for my work and tows my tent trailer and small boat without problems. It costs little to maintain, being common and American. And repairs are extremely rare and pretty reasonable. I'm terrible at maintanance. Over 400,000 miles I've changed oil at most a dozen times. Rotating tires or chassis lubes? Never. But both trucks combined cost something like $1000 in non maintanance repair at my mechanic's over 20 years. With my ridiculous neglect the truck simply just keeps going. Basically the bulletproof reliability of my Ranger enables me to afford the maintanance of British and Italian sports cars, to which the term 'reliable' will never be applied. For me the manual transmission and peppy motor are just fun to drive as well. The handling and braking are good or a bit better than that. The ride is sporty. But they do bump steer when not loaded, and they are relatively noisy compared to a mid range passenger car or sport utility. Resale? In my area, suburban Puget Sound, I could sell the truck I bought 7 years ago for pretty much what I paid for it. After 7 years of hard use. These trucks are among the best things Ford ever made, itself a high compliment.
Exterior Colors: Dark Shadow Grey Clearcoat Metallic, Black Clearcoat, Vista Blue Clearcoat Metallic, Silver Clearcoat Metallic, Torch Red Clearcoat, Bright Red Clearcoat, Black, Redfire Clearcoat Metallic, Toreador Red Metallic, Oxford White, Oxford White Clearcoat, Toreador Red Clearcoat Metallic, Arizona Beige Clearcoat Metallic, Bright Island Blue Clearcoat Metallic, Bright Red , Chrome Yellow Clearcoat, Dark Green Satin Clearcoat Metallic, Dark Highland Green Metallic, Dark Shadow Grey Clearcoat Metallic/Black Clearcoat, Harvest Gold Clearcoat Metallic, Laser Red Metallic Tint, Performance Red, Screaming Yellow Clearcoat, Silver Frost Metallic, Sonic Blue Clearcoat Metallic, Sonic Blue Metallic, Woodland Green
Interior Colors: Medium Dark Flint cloth, Medium Dark Flint vinyl, Dark Graphite, Medium Prairie Tan, Medium Dark Flint leather, Medium Dark Flint (Fleet) cloth, Medium Dark Flint, Medium Pebble, Solid Ebony leather