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Used 2008 Ford Ranger XL Truck For Sale In Daphne AL

2008 Ford Ranger XL
Mileage:
126,626
Drivetrain:
RWD
Stock:
S14789A
VIN:
1FTYR10D28PA24921
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City 20*
Hwy 25*

Price:
$6,995
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Key Info

Mileage:
126,626
Body:
Truck
Drivetrain:
RWD
Exterior:
Gray
Interior:
Black
Engine:
Gas I4 2.3L/140
Fuel Type:
Gasoline Fuel
Transmission:
5-Speed
Doors:
2
HWY MPG:
25*
City MPG:
20*
Cab Type:
Regular Cab

Vehicle Description

Priced below KBB Fair Purchase Price! ABS brakes, Low tire pressure warning. Sandy Sansing Nissan is pleased to offer this great, reliable 2008 Ford Ranger XL in Gray. Beautifully equipped with ABS brakes, Low tire pressure warning, 15 7-Spoke Silver Painted Steel Wheels, 2 Speakers, 3.73 Axle Ratio, AM/FM radio, AM/FM Stereo Receiver w/Clock, Dual front impact airbags, Front anti-roll bar, Front Center Armrest, Front wheel independent suspension, Occupant sensing airbag, Power steering, Rear step bumper, Tachometer, Variably intermittent wipers, Vinyl 60/40 Split Bench Seat, and Voltmeter!


2008 Ford Ranger XL

2008 Ford Ranger XL Pickup Details

Model Overview
Like its much larger stablemate, the F-150, the 2008 Ford Ranger pickup spans a broad price and equipment range and can be equipped to suit a wide range of uses. There are three different cab configurations (regular cab, and two- or four-door SuperCab), two different bed lengths (six- or seven-foot), three engines with rear- or four-wheel drive, and a bewildering array of four different trims, many of which are available in multiple combinations.

Three different engines are offered on the Ranger. A 143-horsepower, 2.3L four-cylinder engine is standard on XL and XLT two-door SuperCab 4x2 and regular cab 4x2 models. The four-cylinder provides the highest fuel economy of any pickup truck on the market, at an EPA-rated 21 mpg city, 26 mpg highway. On other models, a V6 engine is standard--either a 148-horsepower 3.0L or a 207-horsepower 4.0L. All three engines have a five-speed manual transmission standard and five-speed automatic optional, and both V6 engines are optional for a modest amount on lower-trim models.

The base XL model comes at an extremely attractive price but is also very modestly equipped, with manual side mirrors, wind-up windows, and black flooring. The XLT is the next step up in price and adds a more accommodating interior and improved exterior appearance, as well as sport bucket seats, air conditioning, an AM/FM/CD player, and a 60/40-split bench seat. The Sport further improves the appearance, including fog lamps, mud flaps, and on some models, upgraded wheels.

At the top of the line is the FX4 Off-Road model, which brings a limited-slip rear axle, tow hooks, heavy-duty shocks, skid plates, larger wheels and all-terrain tires, and a number of luxuries inside including keyless entry, power windows, locks, and mirrors, and cruise control. True to its name, the FX4 Off-Road only comes with four-wheel drive.

Safety features include a tire pressure monitor, anti-lock brakes, and Ford's Personal Safety System standard on all models. The Ranger also has a reputation for reliability and repeat customers; it has won R.L. Polk & Co.'s Automotive Loyalty Awards five times, according to Ford.
Model Strengths
Affordability
Wide Range Of Models And Equipment
Fuel Economy
Safety & Security.
Model Changes
Ford discontinued the STX and FX4 Level II series on the 2008 Ranger in order to create a more simplified series lineup. The FX4 Off-Road is now equipped with Rancho HD twin tube gas shocks, skid plates, an increased towing capacity, and the same upgraded seats that were found on the 2007 FX4 Level II.
Outside, an air deflector was added to the front bumper of all models for improved aerodynamics, the fog lamp design became rounder, and wheel availability changed across the line. The TREMOR package is not offered for 2008.

The color choices have been slightly altered to give the Ranger a new look.
Model Value
The 2008 Ford Ranger continues to be one of the most affordable compact pickups on the market. Staying true to its reputation, the Ranger continues to be a top choice in its category with an array of possible cab and bed size configurations. An EPA rating of up to 26 mpg on the highway gives this pickup an advantage over its competitors.
Features
Rear Wheel Drive
Tires - Front All-Season
Tires - Rear All-Season
Temporary Spare Tire
Steel Wheels
Power Steering
Front Disc/Rear Drum Brakes
Intermittent Wipers
Variable Speed Intermittent Wipers
Vinyl Seats
Split Bench Seat
Tire Pressure Monitor
Engine Immobilizer
AM/FM Stereo
Power Outlet
Driver Air Bag
Passenger Air Bag
Passenger Air Bag Sensor

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