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Posted July 4 2013 06:11 AM by Truck Trend 
Filed under: Editorials, General Motors

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fearthevoices
fearthevoices

The problem for not selling small trucks stemmed from the manufacturers half hearted efforts to build them. With ever increasing prices, sizes and declining mileage, it became more reasonable to buy the full-sized models.However, my '99 3.0L/5 spd Ranger which was rated for 22(?) hwy mileage normally returned upwards of 26 mpg w/ air conditioning on and at speeds of 65 mph or more. It was when the weight and additional accessories became standards and engine sizes grew to match that the mileage began to taper off.

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