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The line starts at your local Ford dealer, probably in 2019.

Because sometimes, good things come in small packages.

Overseas in 2018, anyway. We might have to wait a bit longer in the U.S.

This is based on the current global Ranger.

The photographer also heard the clatter of a diesel.

It looks like a mini F-150 Raptor.

By the end of our four day trip we had scaled mountains, driven along the cliffs of the coast, through canyons and rain forests.

We flew to New Zealand just to drive a truck.

The Chevy Colorado ZR2 has officially been put on notice.

It's supposed to return to U.S. market as 2019 model.

Does that mean they'll get it before we do?

Plant upgrades for Bronco, Ranger, vehicle connectivity, and autonomous driving.

The improvements will also bring 130 new jobs.

Ford Ranger spied right here in America.

Don't be surprised if it looks more like a mini F-150 by the time it's in production.

We're still not sure what's under the hood, but we're happy to speculate.

On this episode, we cover the highlights from Detroit, discuss what we're driving, and spend your money.

We knew they were coming, but now it's official.

We're looking forward to saying g'day to the Bronco in 2020.

Apparently, it didn't help with the rhetoric.

Ford said it was "great meeting." Hmmm.

I'd fight a bull for a Ranger, too.

An elderly Kiwi man decided to play matador on his birthday and sparred with an angry bull to protect a Ford Ranger.

The Ford Ranger is also up for consideration.

An Ohio company will modify the vehicles with heavily upgraded mechanicals, armor, and new communications and command equipment.

Serpentine belts are an integral part of a car's engine. Actual serpents, however, are less so.

Ford will recall 391,394 examples of the 2004-2006 Ranger to replace their driver side Takata airbag inflators.

Federal Officials Confirm Defective Airbag In 2006 Ford Ranger Caused Fatality

A defective airbag manufactured by Takata has claimed another victim. ​Federal officials said Friday a Georgia man was killed on December 22 when the airbag in his 2006 Ford Ranger pickup ruptured following an accident along a South Carolina road.

Rumors swirl that Ford will bring back the Bronco to be built alongside the Ranger pickup truck in Michigan starting around 2020.

Ford may bring the Ranger back to the US, the UK goes nuts over Mustang, and the battle of hybrids heats up with spy shots of Prius and a new Hyundai. Autoblog senior editor Greg Migliore reports on highlights from the week in automotive news.

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