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Reinvented Ranger pickups will move Ford into midsize truck market

It’s been just over six years since the last Ford Ranger pickup rolled off the assembly line, and Ford Motor Co. is ready to make the small-size truck for North American markets again. But this time, it’s a mid-size pickup, and it looks a lot more like the current F-150 than the former Ranger....
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