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DakotaGuy

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Well, I was actually referring to Ford's own website where they listed the Ranger generations. The current gen ('19-'22) is listed as the 4th gen. That's why I'm a bit confused on these websites. The 5G website is all about the '19-'21 generation. But, according to Ford, that's only the 4th gen. Oh well...
The current Ranger really is the 4th generation, but like I said the websites include 1 face-lift for some reason. There was only 3 major revisions of the old Ranger.
 

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This is actually really confusing. The forums seem to count the '89-92 facelifted Gen 1 as a Gen 2 whereas many places consider 83-92 as Gen 1, 93-97 Gen 2, 98-2012 Gen 3 and 2019+ Gen 4. Don't ask me who decided one face-lift should be new Gen whereas the others weren't, but whatever.
Going by that logic, we had three distinct 'generations' of the 2011-2021 PX Ranger in Australia. 2011-2014 being the original PX, then 2015-2018 being the facelifted PX2 with a new interior and new front end, then PX3 which launched along side the US version, had minor styling tweaks but brought the 2.0 diesel and 10 speed transmission as well as the Raptor.
But as you say, it doesn't line up.
 
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