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2015 FORD RANGER ???????

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On the web several sites claim that Ford may bring back the Ranger in 2015 as a unibody small truck ??

 

Some site claim a 30 mpg small truck who know any info out there??

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Rumor has it that the current row Rangers would require too much updating to get it to pass safety in USA/Canada. They say you can buy the Ranger in Mexico now, but down you can import to USA....just what i hear....not sure any real truth to any of it

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if they do, it wouldn't be a Ranger. It would be another Sport Trac so Ford can add another $5,000 to the MSRP.

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When is the Blue Oval going to get it together with a smaller Pickup? Why don't we become the segment leader we were? A Ranger would

fit in most people's garage better than a bigger than big F-150. We had it right once for a very long time, and then gave it up. What

about One Ford? This company could do it right, people would buy a fuel efficient Ranger. Don't let the others lead, Go Ranger.

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Leaked patent photos


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from the article:

Leaked patent images with the 2015 Ford Ranger lineup have emerged.

Published by CarAdvice, the images show the facelifted pickup model will be available in a single-cab, super-car and double-cab configurations and in cab-chassis and pick-up variants. Based on the 2015 Everest, the vehicle will feature a more rugged look, combined with a heavily updated interior.




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Leaked patent photos
2015%20Ford%20Ranger%20lineup%20patent%2
from the article:
Leaked patent images with the 2015 Ford Ranger lineup have emerged.
Published by CarAdvice, the images show the facelifted pickup model will be available in a single-cab, super-car and double-cab configurations and in cab-chassis and pick-up variants. Based on the 2015 Everest, the vehicle will feature a more rugged look, combined with a heavily updated interior.
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CarAdvise is an Aussie publication. Looks like theirs will be getting a facelift, and we will not get one.

Edited by Xbar

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