We need a truck as reliable and inexpensive as the ones we have that are giving up the ghost.

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Asked by Aug 31, 2008 at 12:44 PM about the Ford Ranger

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

when and why did they stop with the Ford Ranger and the Mazda B2300 series? Where can we get a long lasting comparable one like they were?

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they still make the ford ranger and the mazda trucks. You can buy them brand new off of the lot or find one a couple years old wholesale at an auction

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when I look them up on line there are no prices, no pictures, no information whatsoever. All I can find is 2007 new ones. For real. But thanks..... can get new ones at AUCTION?? Wow

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I meant 2008...duh. But they didn't make them for 2009 did they?

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between the 08s and the 09s there will be no difference and a truck a couple years old wil be far cheaper than buying brand new as a new vehicle will lose about $5,000 of its value as soon as you drive it off of the lot.

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yes they made both, and if u play ur cards right you can get it very cheap, dealers are giving very good prices on trucks cause they cant sell them due to gas prices.

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