Ford Ranger for Sale in Fort Payne, AL

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$16,895 32,275 mi.

2011 Ford Ranger XLT

Good Deal
Twin City Used Car Sales
(256) 273-4398
4 (34 reviews)
2 mi. from 35967
  • Ext. Color: Gray
  • Int. Color: Gray
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: RWD
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Rogue Nissan
by Sandra and Roland Owen from Gaylesville,Al
June 29, 2018
Bobby and the guys down at twin city are the best ,if u need a car or a truck u need to go there.Bobby really help us to get our Nissan,we really appreciate him.thanks again.
Biggest truck I ever needed!
by Black Donkey from Minneapolis, MN
November 6, 2018
Very reliable. No issues mechanically. Seats are a little stiff if you're picky on comfort. Easy to do maintenance. I wish the little trucks stuck around.
Used
$12,895 64,646 mi.

2009 Ford Ranger XLT

Fair Price
Twin City Used Car Sales
(256) 273-4398
4 (34 reviews)
2 mi. from 35967
  • Ext. Color: Gray
  • Int. Color: Gray
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: RWD
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by Amelia J Landstreet from Fort Payne Alabama
January 10, 2018
I have bought several cars from twin city. Bobby Ledbetter , is top notch in my book. He is very fair and will work with you in a way to help you get the car you want. Andy White is a terrific salesman working along side Bobby. Their staff consists of knowledgeable people, hard working and very helpful. As a matter of fact I just purchased a vehicle today for my Company. I highly recommend!!!
Perfect light truck for commuting and weekend jobs
by FSUGreg from Tallahassee, FL
October 24, 2018
I bought my Ranger new in 2009 but it has less than 50k miles. I use it to commute occasionally and it is mainly the weekend workhorse for suburban living. It replaced an identical 1998 except that this one is an automatic V6 and it's predecessor had the 4 with a stick. I got rid of the 1998 at 140k miles with having only replaced the timing chain (in addition of course to the usual tires/battery, etc.) My 2009 has not had any problems other than the Takata airbag recall that I had done last week. In working with the dealer on this issue is was not one of their finest moments but my service rep ended up knowing what to do and how to make it right. While I like the new technology in the reborn 2019 Ranger, I am not so sure about the required 4 cylinder engine. Thought about getting a new one since I have had such a good experience with a total of almost 200k miles between the two trucks, but when I do I probably will switch brands in order to stick with a V6. However, at less than 50k miles the only thing I would be getting would be new infotainment technology; the working aspect of the my current truck is fully adequate and no less than a more current model year.
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