Ford Ranger PX 3.2 XLS 2014 (Manual) Good Points 6 speed manual Lots of choices for mods and accessories Factory rear locker Comfortable Surprisingly easy to park even with just using the side mirrors and I've never owned a ute before Bad Points No headlight adjustment in the cabin No light for cruise control when on but only has light when set Feels like the gear stick is going to break when changing gears What mods have you done? Smart charger turned off! Bosston integrated canopy with a few mods/accessories (dual tyre carriers, vent, ladder, higher 12v sockets in the canopy and a drawer) TJM side steps TJM bull bar TJM side rails TJM bash plates TJM snorkel Toyo AT LT 265/75R16 Kaymar rear bar with towbar (didn't like the OEM towbar location and originally wanted the MCC rear bar which wasn't available for 6-7 weeks). Had to get the pins chopped off to fit the canopy unfortunately Bonnet protector Long ranger fuel tank 140L Dobinsons springs 2" with heavy duty springs and Dobinson shocks Tinting Locking fuel cap Alpine double din with Alpine reversing camera and Stinger fascia kit Rearview mirror with camera Rhino rack pioneer tradies rack IPF900XS spread/spot combo Opposite Lock 2.0m awning Icom IC450 and Benelec aerial Dual battery system with a 200AH battery Work lights Runva EWX9500 Winch Custom Installations custom drawers with MSA drop down fridge slide FBL light strips Mounted ARB twin air compressor behind the drawers DBA T3 slotted rotors with Bendix 4WD pads Battery monitor behind drawer Anderson plug for solar panels Custom aux fuel tank 40L Custom water tank 50L with a water pump, switch mounted behind drawer Solar regulator mounted behind drawer Fuse block and circuit breaker installed behind drawers 2x double 12v sockets behind drawers GVM upgrade to 3500kg What mods are on the list to do? Inverter Why did you buy this vehicle? Upgrade from my X-trail and the salary packaged deal was too good to resist. I did a month of nightly research and it was down to the D-max and Ranger. Least mods/accessories to be done. Every mod and accessory has a reason to be on the car. Not going for the best looking ute but it's going to be the most practical ute. How often do you go offroad? Most weekends What will your next vehicle be? Don't know More photos on Dropbox. They're not in chronological order.