Used Ford Ranger By Year

Vehicle Deals Starting Price Total Available
1999 Ford Ranger - $2,000 59 listings
2000 Ford Ranger - $1,950 65 listings
2001 Ford Ranger - $3,500 72 listings
2002 Ford Ranger - $1,950 78 listings
2003 Ford Ranger 2 Great Deals $3,299 92 listings
2004 Ford Ranger 3 Great Deals $500 107 listings
2005 Ford Ranger - $1,999 69 listings
2006 Ford Ranger 2 Great Deals $3,885 79 listings
2007 Ford Ranger 5 Great Deals $2,950 86 listings
2008 Ford Ranger 5 Great Deals $3,995 112 listings

What CarGurus' Experts are Saying About the Ford Ranger

The maker of the king of full-size pickup trucks, the F-150, also produces plenty of mid-size trucks in the form of the Ford Ranger. Although the Ford Ranger disappeared from American new car dealerships after 2011, it came storming back for the 2019 model year. Offered in a couple of cab configurations and with a range of engines during its last decade of U.S. availability, the Ford Ranger acquired a reputation as an inexpensive but capable and reliable American pickup truck. It wasn't hugely comfortable or high-tech, but Ford Rangers soldier on when other automakers have left the mid-size pickup segment. The 2019 Ford Ranger offers a single powertrain and isn't particularly sophisticated from a tech standpoint, but it does offer best-in-class torque and towing.