Hi Anthony,you know what I call warm beer?
...a puddle. [that's after I pour it out]
I also feel better about having bought in 2019. I took delivery in mid-August and I kept having that nagging feeling that if I had waited a few more months, I could have bought the 2020 with all kinds of options and improvements. But here we are with the 2020 Build and Price, and it is essentially the same (great) vehicle....I feel better about getting the initial year 2019 when I see that there are no significant changes in the 2020 other than price. If red had been available I probably would of gone that route, but I am happy with the Grey Manalishi.
Hey, Tyler, I totally agree. The design is cool to look at, and whether one likes it or not is a matter of opinion (I do like it), but it is the drive train, the tech, and the B&O music that make this truck such a pleasure to drive that it even makes me look forward to going to work!Might be an eight year old design (which is totally fine by me) but the drivetrain and tech is nowhere near that. I knew as soon as I drove it that regardless of the ROT Ranger, this one had everything I could need (CarPlay, led head/fog lights, etc) and a blast of a drivetrain to boot. New stuff will always come but I couldn’t be happier. For that reason, I’ve been completely comfortable investing thousands into mine to build exactly what I want to drive for years to come.
Thanks I uploaded it here: 2019 Ford Ranger Owners Manual, Quick Reference Guide, Packaging GuideThe 2020 Brochures are available online now:
I ordered a brochure for my 2019 Ranger and Ford sent me a cheese pamphlet.The 2020 Brochures are available online now:
MY 23 (CY 22). So still have the 21’s and 22’s in this body style.Given the very minor changes from 2019 to 2020 I bet there won't be much fundamentally different about 2021 either. I can't imagine them making big changes in 2021 just to turnaround and release the "all new" 2022. I am sure there will be cosmetic changes and shuffling of packages but it wouldn't surprise me if innovative changes are being reserved for the all-new model.
Hard to believe that the tooling on 5G would have been amortized by CY22. Would not be surprised if the next version is just a new nose on the vehicle. May be more extensive that just a nose but would think the chassis will stay basically the same...Just my opinion as I am not hearing much from my contacts inside the company about a huge program...but if it is being done off shore by the Aussie's maybe it is indeed a ground up new vehicle.MY 23 (CY 22). So still have the 21’s and 22’s in this body style.