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The Ford Ranger originally debuted as a compact-sized pickup truck in 1983. It was later moved to the mid-size pickup truck class. There has been a North American and international version of the Ford Ranger since its creation.
There have been significant differences between the Ranger released in North America and the model released internationally.
In 2011, the international version of the Ranger was moved over to the T6 platform, replacing the models made by Mazda.
The North American version of this pickup truck was sold between 1983 and 2012 when it was briefly discontinued.
It was only in 2019 when the Ranger was reintroduced to the American market as a mid-size pickup truck. This made the pickup the smaller sibling to the larger pickups in the Ford F-Series like the F-150 and F-250.
There are only two generations of the re-released North American Ranger, while the international version is also currently on its second generation of the T6 platform.
The new T6 models come with a 2-door single cab, 2+2 door SuperCab, and 4-door double cab configurations.
Ford Rangers are typically outfitted with Ford EcoBoost, EcoBlue, or PowerStroke engines. These petrol and diesel engines range from 2-liter to 3.2-liter and are all turbocharged in newer models.
The Ranger comes in a number of different trim levels. These are XL, XLT, Lariat, and in some markets Wildtrak.
There is also a higher-performance version of the truck, the Ford Raptor. This version is optimized for off-road capabilities like the F-150 Raptor. These include features like four-wheel-drive and improved chassis and suspension.