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Any reviews on the 3.2 ford ranger and the new L200? 3.2 ranger would be my choice Purley for the engine .

 

 

I have the new L200 had it since October last year and so far I can't fault it. Nice to drive and good on fuel normally get around 500ish on a fill. Be well worth a test drive

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The new ones are true 4x4 aren't they? As in you can actually drive them in 4 wheel drive.

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The new ones are true 4x4 aren't they? As in you can actually drive them in 4 wheel drive.

 

 

Yes Ian you can change into 4high up to 60 mph so they say. I'm now on my 4th L200 over the years and can't see past them

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Yes Ian you can change into 4high up to 60 mph so they say. I'm now on my 4th L200 over the years and can't see past them

 

Thought so, that alone make a massive difference if buying fir a working truck.

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I'm on my second Isuzu. First was 3l Rodeo Denver and was a fantastic towing vehicle. Now using a 2.5l D-Max and although not quite as good for towing in my opinion, it's a comfortable and capable work vehicle. Good value for money, especially with 5yr warranty.

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Hi I have a 16 plate 3.2 wildtrak ranger and get about 27 mpg not towing it's got loads of power but does not seem that fast 1st gear very short would prob get auto next time however love all the toys inside cheers chris

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Thought so, that alone make a massive difference if buying fir a working truck.

 

 

I have the barbarian as it was cheaper than specking up a normal truck and used it this winter to tow my ifor 12x6 and compact for gritting so was handy to be able to just put into 4x4 on the move. As don't think anyone would come out to help me at two in the morning 😂

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the look nice, but out of the question for me

 

a) they are landrovers

b) I don't want to share the same air space as my fuel cans, chainsaws, damp climbing gear

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