What generation is a 2011 Ford Ranger?
Ranger T6 generation
For 2011, Ford introduced the Ranger T6 generation.
Where are European Ford Rangers built?
First produced by the AutoAlliance (and also later Ford Thailand Manufacturing) facilities in Rayong, Thailand, production is also sourced from Ford Argentina in General Pacheco, Argentina, Nigeria and South Africa.
Do Ford Rangers last long?
Trucks aren’t made to last forever. But, most pickup trucks are made to last for a fair amount of time. Fortunately, the new Ford Ranger is one of those trucks. Because, according to Motor and Wheels, you can count on the Ranger to last up to 300,000-miles.
Is the Ford Ranger reliable?
Consumer Reports gave the Ranger a one out of five reliability rating. The good news is that the Ford Ranger earned better ratings from both J.D. Power and Repair Pal. J.D. Power reports that the 2021 model earned a ‘Great’ quality and reliability rating.
When does the new Ford Ranger come out in Europe?
Ford recorded class-leading Ranger sales of 51,500 units in Europe in 2018, an increase of more than 15 per cent compared with 2017.* The Ford Performance-developed new Ranger Raptor – the toughest and most high-performing Ranger ever – also goes on sale to thrill-seeking customers across Europe in mid-2019.
When was the last year the Ford Ranger was made?
Produced across three generations using a single chassis architecture, the model line was marketed from the 1983 to the 2012 model years (ending retail sales after the 2011 model year). The Ranger light-truck chassis architecture served as the basis for a wide range of vehicles over its production.
Is the Ford Ranger made in South America?
During the 2000s, Rangers produced by Ford Argentina shared a common chassis with North American-produced vehicles (offering a diesel engine to meet local demand). For 2010, the locally-produced Ranger underwent a final exterior revision (exclusive to South America).
Where does the Ford Ranger cab come from?
The model line is produced by Ford at its Michigan Assembly Plant at Wayne, Michigan . In 1995, exports of the Ford Ranger began to select Latin and South American countries. To accommodate the demand for the vehicle, Ford Argentina commenced local production of the Ranger in 1998, introducing a four-door cab not sold in North America.