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|So no one has posted in here in a month hu? Time to revive it a bit.
So I have a question someone may have an answer to.
What all changed when the "Sport" models came out?
I went to KBB.com to see my Ranger's value and it lists;
Why does it say "highest priced" for the Sport? My sport has manual windows, manual locks, didn't come with cruise (I added it), no carpet, the crappy floor console and a 60/40 split seat. It also has no tilt wheel, no keyless entry, no running boards.
It does have the heaviest T-bars and leafs, it's a 4x4 with the 4.0, and it has the sliding rear window. Oh, it's also a 4-door. It has a/c as well, which I guess is an option. It also has fog lights and daytime runners (It was originally sold in Canada)
So the private party value (high end) is $17,926, priced with the correct options (or lack there of). I also priced an XLT with power everything, 4x4, 4-door, 4.0, etc. Its high value was $17,964.
An XLT with all the options is only worth $38 more than a Sport with no options? I guess maybe less is more. Either way, I'm glad of the value mine has. I just don't see the appeal of it over the XLTs or FX4s.
Last edited on Tue Aug 28th, 2018 12:32 am by RiggerWings
2011 Ranger Sport 4x4, daily
2008 Mustang GT, garage queen
2013 Mazda CX5, grocery getter
2018 Harley Davidson Road Glide Special, the toy