Is a 2011 Ford Ranger worth it?

If you need a compact pickup that is inexpensive to own and operate, the 2011 Ford Ranger is one of the best. Available in everything from base two-wheel drive to highly capable off-roader, the Ranger is one tough truck.

Are 2012 Ford Rangers reliable?

Looks are subjective but for mine the Ranger is the best-looking 4WD ute on the block. As a result, they share the honours for the safest vehicle in the four-door, four-wheel drive utility market and the first to earn a five-star rating. …

Is Ford Ranger front or rear wheel drive?

Drivetrain: standard rear-wheel drive; available four-wheel drive. Transmission: 10-speed automatic.

How many miles can you get out of a 2011 Ford Ranger?

How Many Miles do Ford Rangers Last? According to reviews, a Ford Ranger can last for over 300,000 miles. However, to enjoy the vehicle for that long, take proper care of your Ranger.

What’s the price of a 2011 Ford Ranger?

The Ford Ranger 2011 prices range from $10,490 for the basic trim level Ute Ranger XL (4X4) to $40,987 for the top of the range Ute Ranger XLT 3.2 (4X4). The Ford Ranger 2011 is available in Diesel and Regular Unleaded Petrol. Engine sizes and transmissions vary from the Ute 3.0L 5 SP Manual to the Ute 3.2L 6 SP Automatic.

When did the third generation Ford Ranger come out?

The third generation of the international version of the Ford Ranger was launched in 2011 in Australia. It was designed by Ford Australia and it also was sold in Europe. There was a completely new chassis for the 2011 Ranger, or the T6 version as it was internally named.

How many cabs does a Ford Ranger have?

Destined for sale across five continents and more than 180 markets, Ford Ranger was offered as a complete family of compact trucks – with three different cab body styles, 4×2 and 4×4 drivetrains, two ride heights and up to five trim levels, depending on the market. The new styling saw an approach toward the leisure sport-utility truck vehicles.

When was the Ford Ranger made in Argentina?

To accommodate the demand for the vehicle, Ford Argentina commenced local production of the Ranger in 1998, introducing a four-door cab not sold in North America. During the 2000s, Rangers produced by Ford Argentina shared a common chassis with North American-produced vehicles (offering a diesel engine to meet local demand).