1992 Ford Ranger XLT 2.3L 4 cylinder from North America
A great little truck. Perfect for anyone
Typical cosmetic wear/damage to interior and exterior.
Paint on hood and roof (mostly along the middle) is chipping/flaking off.
Driver-side door will not open from inside. (It did when I first bought it. It is a cable I haven't gotten around to replacing).
Reverse gear cage bearing failed, locking the transmission (approximately 150,000 miles). Repaired myself for $24.00 in parts and probably 4 hours work.
This truck is small but solid. Until the reverse-gear bearing failed, I had had no problems with it.
Easy to work on/maintain.
Decent on gas.
Inexpensive to repair (if doing the work yourself. I cannot comment on having it repaired by someone else.)
The extended cab is nice and allows you to substantially recline the driver and passenger seats.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 3rd December, 2010