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    • AmericanTrucks Ford
      AmericanTrucks Ford

      🎞Subscribe for Daily Ford Truck Videos: http://bit.ly/2pReEeg
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      Which Truck Do You Prefer? Ranger or F150?

      about 9 months ago
    • Franklyn Kirk
      Franklyn Kirk In reply to AmericanTrucks Ford


      about 2 months ago
    • Omar Ramirez
      Omar Ramirez In reply to AmericanTrucks Ford

      @AmericanTrucks Ford will you guys be offering aftermarket parts & accessories for the Rangers such as Lifts, Bumpers, lights, wheels like you do on Xtreme Terrain site with the Tacoma

      about 3 months ago
    • mjtobin2008
      mjtobin2008 In reply to AmericanTrucks Ford

      Used F150 every day. I am on my 3rd used F150 (buy them 2-3 years old) and it's been the most economical choice for me. Love the power of the V6 3.5L Ecoboost.

      about 9 months ago
    • The Man
      The Man In reply to AmericanTrucks Ford

      The Ranger is just to small for my family and me.

      about 9 months ago
    • Thomas Lee
      Thomas Lee

      Here's what I'd like to know. Does that eco boost f150 get the 12000 tow capacity? I feel like the diesel or v8 with tow package would but then you would no longer get the same gas mileage. The ranger however, can pull the 7500 with its standard engine and still average 23 mpg (not while towing, just in general). What is the f150 eco boost tow capacity without the tow kit?

      about 6 days ago
    • AmericanTrucks Ford
      AmericanTrucks Ford In reply to Thomas Lee

      The 3.5 Ecoboost is the "king daddy" when it comes to towing in the F150 lineup- in fact it can even tow more than the 3.0 diesel. -Justin

      about 4 days ago
    • Bedford

      If they cost the same I would go F 150, Need the added room. But they are not priced the same. Ranger is overpriced for a halfway decent optioned one. 4 cylinder, this should be obvious the problem here. Biggest difference is not in the trucks themselves, they are both great and I would love to own either one for the rest of my life. But the pricing

      about 13 days ago
    • Krasnaludek

      Agree with many others. I found a used Ram 1500 Limited 4x4 w/ only 11k miles - top of the line center console (media screen), leather, etc. Asking price of $41k versus a XLT cloth interior Ranger 4x4 for $36K. Easy decision to go with the very lightly used Ram (or a F-150) rather than the little truck. I do like the Ranger & the size is appealing for every day use, but that price has to drop.

      about 13 days ago
    • AmericanTrucks Ford
      AmericanTrucks Ford In reply to Krasnaludek

      I have a feeling once leased Rangers start to get handed back in and the used market starts to build, you'll begin to see more of them on the road. I really dig the look of them and am glad to see Ford with a mid-sized truck back on the market, but many people faced the same decision you did. -Zach

      about 13 days ago
    • Robert Schwark
      Robert Schwark

      My wife just got a new 2019 STX ranger and I have the 2018 f150 we both love our trucks but the ranger is a great truck but unfortunately ford isn't doing any deals on them so you can get a more expensive f150 for the same payment as the ranger

      about 16 days ago
    • Evan L
      Evan L

      I would take the ranger if the ranger was actually a real ranger, but I would take the f150 if the f150 was a Toyota.

      about 17 days ago
    • nrken1

      A less expensive Ranger...wake up Ford, hear our plea

      about 18 days ago
    • julian BRO! ty!!
      julian BRO! ty!!

      My dad loves the Ford F-150

      about 1 month ago
    • RD

      F350-F250-F150 great work trucks, Ranger great home owner truck. I've had all four

      about 1 month ago
    • Darth Dainese
      Darth Dainese

      It’s nice to see the differences between these 2, but what I’d like to see is the difference between the US and UK raptors

      about 1 month ago
    • chris chilson
      chris chilson

      The smaller trucks cost as much as the full sized ones. Toyota, Chevy, and now Ford. Less truck same money.I guess the FCA/Fiat will be pricey as a Ram, too.

      about 1 month ago
    • D Car
      D Car

      If you have a garage or a driveway to park in then the F-150 if you're in a apartment like me and have to park on the street street then the ranger

      about 1 month ago
    • AmericanTrucks Ford
      AmericanTrucks Ford In reply to D Car

      The Ranger's size definitely will be more beneficial to those in the city or in town where parking is tight! -Zach

      about 1 month ago
    • Brian Penson
      Brian Penson

      I dont want a vehicle someone else possibly beat on. For same price I'll take the ranger.

      about 1 month ago
    • Trusty Patches
      Trusty Patches

      I'm not even a Boomer, but I find myself saying "why can't they just make it like they used to?" Its like they took one of the most cost effective, lightweight, no-frills, utility vehicles on the road and turned it into an older F150 sized suburban driver with expensive trimmings. What's the point? This is Jeep all over again.

      about 2 months ago
    • AmericanTrucks Ford
      AmericanTrucks Ford In reply to Trusty Patches

      To be fair, you can still buy a Wrangler with crank windows, manual locks, no air conditioning and a six-speed. 😂 I definitely understand what you're saying though. New mid-sized trucks are the size of full-sized truck 15-years ago. I dig the new Ranger a lot but seeing something a little smaller and cost effective would have been pretty nice. -Zach

      about 2 months ago
    • Kevin Anderson
      Kevin Anderson

      Ranger comes with auto start/stop, does the f150?

      about 2 months ago
    • Yz th3ory
      Yz th3ory

      When is the 2019 Ranger gonna get some product support on the website?!

      about 2 months ago
    • Dante P
      Dante P

      I thought you were on american muscle

      about 2 months ago
    • AmericanTrucks Ford
      AmericanTrucks Ford In reply to Dante P

      I am! We are owned by the same parent company 'Turn5'- I'm the resident Ford guy lol. -Justin

      about 2 months ago
    • Dean Gray
      Dean Gray

      I bought a new Ranger 1999 for $12,000 delivered. 20 years later it's still a great truck and my grandson's ride now. Ford has lost its way.

      about 2 months ago
    • AmericanTrucks Ford
      AmericanTrucks Ford In reply to Dean Gray

      To be fair, the new Rangers do offer a lot more in comparison to the 1998-2000 models. You also need to take inflation into consideration since $12,000 then is equal to about $19,000 now. Compare that to the base price of these new Rangers starting at $24,110 and its not *too* far off for all of the added standard features that you get... That being said once you start adding on options and trim packages you can make them expensive just like any vehicle. -Zach

      about 2 months ago
    • Carlo Santin
      Carlo Santin

      I test drove the Ranger and while I liked it and I don't need a full-size pickup when I specd a Ranger out the way I wanted...XLT with the FX4 package...it was more expensive than an XLT F150. If I wanted a Lariat Ranger I'm up at 50k in Canadian dollars and for many thousands less I can get a nice F150. Gas mileage is the same between the two of them and their Eco-boost engines. I could get a low mileage F150 for way less and that would be even more nicely optioned. The Ranger is a tough sell when shopped against the F150 even though it's pretty nice and has good features.

      about 2 months ago
    • Rad Wlodarczyk
      Rad Wlodarczyk


      about 2 months ago
    • Len Smallwood
      Len Smallwood

      My new Ranger is the perfect size for my needs

      about 2 months ago
    • Musclerocker

      Getting a white super cab xlt ranger fx4

      about 2 months ago
    • Android Man
      Android Man


      about 2 months ago
    • Stephen J
      Stephen J In reply to Android Man


      about 2 months ago
    • Willie

      either truck would work for me, however the Ranger would fit my lifestyle better simply because of its convenient size, 99% of the time its just me and my wife and groceries and I dont haul large trailers or yachts. A v6 (2.7) would be a great option

      about 2 months ago
    • AmericanTrucks Ford
      AmericanTrucks Ford In reply to Willie

      The 2.7L EcoBoost would have absolutely been a nice option for the Ranger here in the USA, but I understand why Ford chose to stick with the smaller option. -Zach

      about 2 months ago
    • Robert Kohut
      Robert Kohut


      about 2 months ago
    • hacı baba
      hacı baba

      i have 2018, 2.2 diesel 120kw ford ranger xlt. Bought it for 30k$. If there is diesel engine in the U.S. i think it will be more comparable against f-150. Diesel is better for towing and fuel economy. I do not have any idea about F-150. I do not see any F-150 in the europe.

      about 2 months ago
    • GhostOfAMachine

      The lack of a manual transmission and a naturally aspirated engine pretty much crossed the new ranger off my list

      about 2 months ago
    • Austin Smith
      Austin Smith

      My ranger has been great

      about 3 months ago
    • AmericanTrucks Ford
      AmericanTrucks Ford In reply to Austin Smith

      Super glad to hear you're happy with it, Austin! -Zach

      about 3 months ago
    • Allen Frady
      Allen Frady

      If you need something that can fit in tight spaces downtown AND fit in tighter spots off road, the ranger ends up being the more all around capable truck (with a leveling kit and some KO tires).

      about 3 months ago
    • AmericanTrucks Ford
      AmericanTrucks Ford In reply to Allen Frady

      Definitely gotta get a leveling kit and those KO2s for a finishing touch. 😉 If I ever end up needing a truck, I'd definitely go for something mid-size like the Ranger. Pretty much a perfect middle option. -Zach

      about 3 months ago
    • bucketoftruthify

      Stopped watching within a minute due to background music.

      about 3 months ago