2020 Build and Price Tool is Live!

Discussion in 'General Ford Ranger Discussions' started by jsphlynch, Nov 19, 2019.

  1. VAMike

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    Drinking beer really cold is good...if you're drinking beer that it's better not to taste too much. :ontheloo::beer::puke:
     
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    SWEET!!!
    That is one loaded Lariat! Sort of jealous!
     
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    Hi Anthony,

    Well...you know the old saying from my British sportscar days.... The English drink warm beer because they all own Lucas refrigerators!

    Best,
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    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.
     
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    Hey, Ranger is the top truck in the mid-sized field already, but, yes, we are looking for a breakout model with the next generation Ranger and, obviously, with the 2020, we are not there yet!
     
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    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....
     
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    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!
     
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    MY 23 (CY 22). So still have the 21’s and 22’s in this body style.
     
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    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.

    Friend from Driver Assist at Ford will be in Phoenix in late Jan and usually brings a prototype down to the house for a weekend visit...will see if he has any inside info to offer...

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    Likewise. I even just sent for another and got another 2019!
     
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    If the past is any indication, Ford won't change much for many years. Might as well get used to it. My first was a 1994, my second a 1998. and my third was a 2010. That's 16 years of virtually the same truck, save minor tweaks for safety requirements. I used to get highly amused anticipating what Ford would do to the grill and tail lights for the new restyle.
     

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