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Wow - that is pretty cool. I had never even thought of using the onboard generator that way. It could be used as an emergency generator for the house as well if you have a cutoff switch installed.
Hopefully the new Ranger will have this as well. This would be a killer feature.
I love the 10 speed - I like manuals, but my knees can't take a manual in daily driving anymore. I'm really looking forward to seeing what is officially announced for the 6g model. Given how much I love my 2019, the only thing that would really convince me to trade it in would be significantly...
At this point probably the only thing that would spur me to trade my 2019 is if they come out with a hybrid Ranger that significantly improves the MPG - if they came out with a hybrid that had a crew cab and a 6' bed it would be pretty much a slam dunk for me.....
We have a 2016 C-Max Hybrid...
My first car (which I still own), was a 1973 Mercury Capri - this is what is looked like back in the mid 80's (after I painted it - it was a pea green when I bought it):
And this is what it looks like today, after a restoration about 10 years ago:
My 2019 is my fourth Ranger - I had a 2000...
The first one hurts the most, but it is a truck after all, and if you use it as a truck, it is going to get scratched and dinged.
I did my first boo boo after having it for 2 days. But after 11 months, it still looks really good I think. Only a few bumps and bruises.
Thanks to @OregonRanger , I now have running boards on my truck!
So far, I'm liking them. For a net investment of a few hours time and about $50 in bolts to attach them, I'm pretty happy. I'd call it a win/win.
Super nice guy who owns a BEAUTIFUL Ranger.
Thank you, @OregonRanger
You know, I REALLY like the look of the Supercab, but I REALLY like having a full back seat and 4 doors. I hope they end up offering a 6+ foot bed on the next Ranger with a crew cab. That was one of the things I really liked about the Tacoma. They offered a 6' bed with a crew cab. It...
I'm curious - I haven't seen any mention of this, but how is replacing this going to affect the active noise cancellation that is supposed to be in the Rangers? I would seem like you would lose it if you replace the system (or at least part of it).
The magnetic flares/wheel well trim is magnetic with the sport package - the sport package is very popular, so you see a lot with the magnetic trim. Mine is Platinum white with no sport package and has body color trim around the wheels.
Guys my age come up to me and say "I used to have one of those - man it was fun. I wish I had never sold it". Then I get "kids" (anyone under 30) come up and can't figure out what it is - they've never seen one before.