CHICAGO (CBS)– CBS 2’s Ed Curran took a test drive in the mid-size pickup truck, the Ford Ranger.
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The Ford Ranger was revealed at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show.
The mid-size pickup truck has a 270 horsepower turbo engine 4 engine and is set high off the ground.
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Depending on the cab size, the Ranger is available with either a 5 or 6-foot cargo bed.
Unusual for a car today, the Ranger does not have a push-start button.
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The Ford Ranger starts at $25,000 and other options can be $42,000.