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Make: Ford Model: Ranger Year: 1997 Body Style: Pickup Trucks Exterior Color: White Interior Color: Beige/Tan Doors: Two Door Vehicle Condition: Very Good For More Info Visit: http://UnitedCarExchange.com/a1/1997-Ford-Ranger-832604501731

Make: Ford Model: Ranger Year: 1997 Body Style: Pickup Trucks Exterior Color: White Interior Color: Beige/Tan Doors: Two Door Vehicle Condition: Very Good For More Info Visit: http://UnitedCarExchange.com/a1/1997-Ford-Ranger-832604501731

Make: Ford Model: Ranger Year: 1997 Body Style: Pickup Trucks Exterior Color: White Interior Color: Beige/Tan Doors: Two Door Vehicle Condition: Very Good For More Info Visit: http://UnitedCarExchange.com/a1/1997-Ford-Ranger-832604501731

Make: Ford Model: Ranger Year: 1997 Body Style: Pickup Trucks Exterior Color: White Interior Color: Beige/Tan Doors: Two Door Vehicle Condition: Very Good For More Info Visit: http://UnitedCarExchange.com/a1/1997-Ford-Ranger-832604501731

Make: Ford Model: Other Year: 2002 Exterior Color: Black Interior Color: Gray Vehicle Condition: Good Price: $10,300 Mileage:152,000 mi Fuel: Gasoline For More Info Visit: http://UnitedCarExchange.com/a1/2002-Ford-Other-883691676962

Make: Ford Model: Ranger Year: 2005 Exterior Color: Gray Interior Color: Gray Doors: Two Door Vehicle Condition: Excellent Phone: 303-731-0939 For More Info Visit: http://UnitedCarExchange.com/a1/2005-Ford-Ranger-550095418973

Make: Ford Model: Ranger Year: 2002 Body Style: Extended Cab Pickup Exterior Color: Dark Blue Interior Color: Charcoal Doors: Two Door Vehicle Condition: Excellent Price: $8,500 Mileage:118,000 mi Fuel: Gasoline Engine: 6 Cylinder Transmission: Automatic Drivetrain: 2 wheel drive for more info: http://UnitedCarExchange.com/a1/2002-Ford-Ranger-713972993999

yes, this car still has the cop gear, and yes, it will do over 100mph with ease!

The 1998 Ford Ranger EV's instrument panel included a "Distance to Empty" gauge indicating how far the truck could be driven based on the amount of charge left in the batteries. The "E" on the gear indicator stood for "Economy Drive." When selected, it increased the amount of electrical regeneration when braking.