80k on mine with no issues .. changed plugs at 60k, oil changes as the computer tells me, still on factory brakes .. only issue I have had is drivers heated seat quit but other than that it’s been a great truck
Ahh yes, auto racks being run on the head end of a mixed freight train lol .. this isn’t the first time auto racks have been derailed due to position in train won’t be the last since lessons are never learned
I wouldn’t worry, I’m sure Ford has tested very thoroughly at high ambient air temps .. the trucks computer is very smart, the lack of power in the unusually hot conditions is more than likely some type of thermal management to protect the engine to live a long life .. motor on and don’t sweat it
This is a game changer type vehicle, nearly 40mpg out of the hybrid with seating for 5 and a bed to carry stuff .. you could cross shop and Honda Civic and just about any other entry level car with the 20k starting price .. with as many bronco sports I see on the road they’ll be 4 times as many...
The ranger is competitive for the mid size segment, is it all new or revolutionary? No, but it’s very competitive for today’s market .. I’m sure the next gen ranger will fix almost all the issues he has with it but that doesn’t make the current truck bad in any way .. the center stack is without...
I think ranger will peak at 10k units a month, Ford just don’t seem that interested in selling high volume .. I truly believe they don’t want to eat into f150 sales but I could be wrong .. it’s kind of nice to not see a ranger on every driveway like a f150 lol
I’m starting to see rangers pop up at a surprising rate around my area .. I went from never seeing any to probably seeing 3-5 a day now on my drive to work .. I believe they’ll start selling a lot more now inventory is building up
Yeah the paint on mine has some garbage and defects in it that I wished wasn’t there .. I had a bigger problem with the factory stamping of the body panels, I’ve been to a paintless dent repair man twice over spots in the doors that wasnt perfect