Used 2019 FordRanger XLT Truck

  • VIN: 1FTER4FHXKLA18569
  • Stock: L133344E

Dealer Notes

CLEAN VEHICLE HISTORY, ONE OWNER, BLIS Blind Spot Detection & Cross Path Detection, Remote Start, 17" Alloy Wheels, 4WD, 4x4 FX4 Off-Road Bodyside Decal, Auto High-beam Headlights, Electronic-Locking Rear Differential, Exposed Front Tow Hooks, Front fog lights, Front Premium Cloth Bucket Seats, Fully automatic headlights, FX4 Off-Road Package, MyKey, Off-Road Screen in Cluster, Off-Road Tuned Suspension, Remote keyless entry, Steering wheel audio controls, Terrain Management System.

CERTIFIED 3 MONTH/3000 MILE WARRANTY INCLUDED (with qualifying vehicles) Remainder of Factory Warranty if Applicable. Van Horn is an Employee Owned Automotive Group with ties to all of the Communities we serve. Please call to confirm the vehicle is still available! Price does not include sales tax, title, service fee, finance charges, documentation charges, and any other fee required by law. *See Dealer For Details.
Odometer
14,636 miles
Fuel Economy
20.0/24.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Lightning Blue Metallic
Interior Color
Ebony
Body
Truck
Transmission
10-Speed Automatic
Drivetrain
4WD
Engine
2.3 EcoBoost 2.3L I4 GTDi DOHC Turbocharged VCT
Ford Ranger
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Included Packages & Options

Included Options
  • FX4 Off-Road Package$1,295
  • Electronic-Locking Rear Differential$420

Detailed Specifications

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.3Out of 5
  • Buyer beware

    By Dissatisfied on Saturday, August 31, 2019

    1.0
    I purchased the Ranger in March 2019, it went in for repairs May of 2019, with only 4,500 miles on it (it is now September) I still don't have my truck. The SYNC screen would go blank, the backup camera would turn on while driving, the touch screen quit working, the seat belt warning lights would turn on when no one is sitting in the seats and not warn me if someone did not have their seat belt on. I went through the whole buy back process and Ford gave me an offer that was far less (-$10,000) than the negative equity I had in the previous vehicle, Ford basically told me I need to write them a check for almost $10,000 so the buy back is complete, so, basically they charged me for diminished value and are not willing to compensate me for payments I had made while the vehicle at the dealer, this is the third new Ford I purchased in the last 2 years and I promise you, I will NEVER again purchase a new Ford!!!!!!!
  • Enjoyable first

    By Rick on Thursday, May 23, 2019

    5.0
    This is my first Ranger. I had experience with a 2007 Tacoma, which I thought was a very smooth ride and idle vehicle (would forget it was on smooth idle). I traded my 2011 F150 because I wanted something a bit smaller yet capable. I got nearly the same capability and more. Initially it didn't seem to be that great of a ride and felt a little squirrelly. After getting it home and playing with all the buttons and features it was an easy fix. Once I adjust the settings to my preferences everything seemed smooth as crab dipping butter. I took it on a 100 mile drive to get a really good feel. At 70+ MPH I was easily getting over 26 MPG. The ride on good roads was as smooth as my Grandaddies 1977 Buick. It does feel a bit light in the tail with no cargo. I am stepping down from a 150 so I expect differences in feel. The power is effortless. I caught my speedometer sneaking up on me quickly more than once. The adaptive speed control and braking Assist features were far too sensitive for my liking. I was almost choked out when the Ranger decided to hard brake for a vehicle exiting the state road on the right side. So the braking sensors and systems work really well!! The highlight of the ride was getting everything adjusted to me and then enjoying the experience. I am 6'1", most of it torso, and I was able to easily adjust everything for a nice fit. Although a longer/larger center console would be nice for an armrest. The road noise inside the cabin was nearly non existent. It was just me and my music ripping down the road on a joyride. I haven't really jumped on the gas yet but I know once you are up to highway speeds it's very easy to keep climbing.
  • Awesome truck!

    By Ron on Monday, April 01, 2019

    5.0
    Was skeptical of the 4 cylinder until I drove it....270 horsepower, this thing will fly! The 10 speed transmission is incredible. I switched from a 2016 Tacoma and have no regrets. Ford should have been building this truck long ago! Only disappointment is that a sunroof wasn't available.

 

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