Bought it used from original owner with 2700 miles on it. Paid $11,000. He had to pay the bank an additional $1500 to get out from under it. This is an example of letting someone else take the depreciation. Tough market for used trucks as the dealers scoop them up and resell them. Hard to find one owner, low mileage trucks. LOVE THE EDGE! High ride height is what I need more than 4 wheel drive. Very stylish interior, seats are awesome. Rides and handles great. You will get good mileage on highway (and around town IF YOU HAVE A LIGHT FOOT). Would like to have the bigger engine but 3.0 is OK for me. Shifts very smooth. Super sharp looks with alloy wheels. Very happy with my purchase.
Ride height, styling of EDGE package, wheels and tires.
My brother has a ranger, my father has
a ranger. Never thought I would buy one
but when the Edge came around somehow I
couldn't resist so now I own one. Not
only did I have a good buying expierence
at the dealership the driving expierence
has been good as well. Best value for
the price I would have to say. It's
multifunctional and reliable so far I
haven't any problems at all and niether
have my fellow family members who owns
one. My father has put a little over
10,000 miles on his edge already and
hasen't complained about a thing.
Waiting for a good snow to see how it
Manny tranny, took some getting used to
but love it, the interior is nice too,
love the rubber floor....
obviously gas mileage, doesen't really
bother me but damn it could be
better....i imagine the automatics eat
the gas....the 5 speed isn't that bad.....
while I was shopping for a truck I came
to the conclusion that this is one of if
not the last true compact truck left,
that comes with a compact price. Most
other makers are moving there compacts
to a more midsize level, and the price
is moving north as well. I drive it like
a truck and it performs well, offroad or
onroad this is a good truck and I got a
great deal. With all the rebates I came
in well under invoice and I am more than
happy with my purchase.
This is my second Ranger in 6 years.
From day two the truck had an
electrical short in the wiper motor
that made it impossible to turn the
wipers off once activated. The
dealership replaced the wiper motor
w/in a few hours and now everything
works perfectly. The 2.3L engine is
more than powerful enough w/the manual
transmission for daily driving. If you
plan on using the truck to tow, I
suggest the 3.0L or 4.0L.
Power windows, locks, and mirrors.
Remote keyless entry and cruise control.
More open storage space for small items
like cell phones & chargers. A full
center console that goes from the dash
and up between the driver and passenger
seats would be great.