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About the Ranger
Since the early 1980s, the Ford Ranger has been on sale in many of the continents around the world, although it started as a North American model only.
It wasn't until the late 1990s that the pickup truck went global and with the help of Mazda rebadging it out to all major car-buying territories.
Originally the truck's design was very basic but with every evolution, the design of the Ranger truck looks more stylish and boasts better safety and comfort features.
Ford sells huge numbers of their larger F-150 pickup truck in the United States but keeps this line going as an entry-level for customers with a smaller budget.
Currently, the Ford Ranger is in its fourth generation that hit showrooms in 2018 and customers could choose from a range of 2-3-liter gasoline or diesel-powered engines.
For a high-performance pickup truck that costs less than the F-150 Raptor, you can go for the Ranger Raptor trim, launched in 2018.
Raptor trim versions of the truck feature a twin-turbocharged diesel engine mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission with upgraded suspension and aggressive styling.
Sales have remained strong in many of the regions around the world the Ranger is sold but is a drop in the ocean when compared to the larger F-150.