|Compact pickup truck; Built in USA|
|Good condition price range: $1,000 – $1,900*|
1992 Ford Ranger regular cab
1990 Ford Ranger STX regular cab
1991 Ford Ranger Sport regular cab
1991 Ford Ranger XLT SuperCab extended cab
1992 Ford Ranger SuperCab extended cab
With a Ranger, we’re talking quality and refinement in a pleasant vehicle that’s easy to live with. We’d put it first on our early ’90s shopping list, but also take a close look at Ranger’s closest competitors: the Chevrolet S10 and similar GMC Sonoma.
Launched for 1983, Ranger became the best-selling compact pickup in America. For 1989, Rangers were restyled to resemble the bigger F-Series, and rear antilock brakes were installed on all models. SuperCab models had a 6-foot cargo box and 125-inch wheelbase. Regular-cab Rangers rode a 107.9-inch wheelbase with a 6-foot cargo box, or 113.9-inch with a 7-footer. A 2.3-liter 4-cylinder engine was standard in regular-cab Rangers and 2-wheel-drive SuperCabs, with a 2.9-liter V6 optional. Also available for all models: a 144-horsepower, 4.0-liter V6. Rangers might have 5-speed manual shift or 4-speed overdrive automatic; 2- or 4-wheel drive. On-demand 4WD was a part-time system, operated either by pushbutton (Touch Drive) or via a floor lever.
|1991 Ranger Pickup|
A new regular-cab Sport model debuted for 1991, and a 3.0-liter V6 replaced the 2.9-liter as optional engine in 2-wheel-drive models.
|1992 Ranger Pickup|
Head restraints were added to outboard positions on vinyl bench seats. Rangers with power steering added a front stabilizer bar.