The Ford Ranger is a nameplate that is used for three distinct model lines of cars sold by Ford. The name was used by the short-lived Edsel Ranger car, then it later referred to a version of the Ford F-Series pickup truck sold in North America. Ford produced the Ford Ranger for the U.S and Canada. Replacing the 1971-1982 Ford Courier. The Ranger was the first compact pickup truck designed by Ford Motor Company. The Ford Ranger served as the basis for several models, including the Ford Bronco II, the Ford Explorer, and Ford Explorer Sport Trac.
For the outsiders of North America, Ford badge engineered the Japanese-built Mazda B-Series as the Courier, renaming it the Ranger in 1998, the Courier nameplate was retained in Australasia until 2006. Third generation model of Ranger are produced since 2011 and are designed and engineered by Ford Australia, with Mazda offering a derivative version of the Ford as the second generation BT-50. The Ford Ranger is also the basis for the Ford Everest so the Ranger and the Everest share a number of features.
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