Used 1992 FordRanger

  • VIN: 1FTCR11XXNUC07421
  • Stock: 100565A
    Exterior Color
    Interior Color
    Ford Ranger

    Detailed Specifications

    • 2 Door
    • Automatic locking hubs
    • Black grille
    • Clock: In-dash
    • Diameter of tires: 15.0"
    • Front bench
    • Fuel Capacity: 16.3 gal.
    • Fuel Type: Regular unleaded
    • Intermittent front wipers
    • Overall Width: 66.8"
    • Overall height: 68.0"
    • Passenger vanity mirrors
    • Power steering
    • Privacy glass: Light
    • Rear wheel ABS Brakes
    • Tachometer
    • Tires: Prefix: P
    • Tires: Profile: 75
    • Tires: Speed Rating: P
    • Tires: Width: 215 mm
    • Type of tires: AS
    • Vinyl seat upholstery Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book -
    Overall4.3Out of 5
    • Great truck!

      By L on Monday, November 12, 2018

      My little ranger is awesome, always super reliable, gets the job done, has plenty of power and gets great gas mileage for a pickup. Love it!
    • May not be a lady killer but a good reliable truck

      By Rockstarr on Friday, November 18, 2011

      I spent a long time looking for a cool sports car and ended up settling for this car but after a while I realized dont judge a book by its cover. It is all around a good truck. It is very reliable and gets good has milage. Mine has a few minor rust spots but it makes a great college car and I would recommend it to anyone.
    • Trusty cheap hauler & runner--89 XLT 4 cyl 5 spd

      By mannytranny on Saturday, December 29, 2007

      I bought this truck new off the dealer's lot. The 4 cylinder engine was very reliable and easy on gas. Coupled with the 5 speed manual, it ran within the 26 to 30 mpg range. 1989 was the first model year for the dual ignition system with two plugs per cylinder, so you really had to watch some of the tune up places to make certain that they didn't skip the back four plugs on you--demand that they show you all eight old plugs to ensure that they do the job properly. The truck had a strange starting problem the first month I owned it, but the dealer found out a couple of others had the same problem and found a TSB with a fix that worked. Other than that, it never had a single repair--just ordinary items like oil changes, scheduled belt replacements, headlights, and tires. Good enough for hills and such without any bogging, even loaded, but a strong side wind could really slow it down some times. Handled well, empty or loaded. However, in winter, 200 pounds of sand tubes were a very necessary accessory in the bed over the rear axle if you wanted to get anywhere in ice and snow. Still ran strong at 137,000 miles, but a winter accident with seven other vehicles and a concrete bridge railing led to the insurance company totaling it. The engine was still fine and running, but the body and frame were toast, and I walked away without a scratch. Good truck which I recommend heartily. Parents bought a new 1991 XLT longbed after being impressed with my 1989, and their 1991 is still running strong with 430,000 miles on the odometer.

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