The Ford Ranger is the name of two distinct lineages of pickup trucks sold by the Ford Motor Company:
North America: designed and engineered by Ford for sale in North America only for the 1983 through to 2011 model years. During the 1994 through 2010 model years, Mazda badge engineered this North American variant as the "Mazda B-Series".
Ford Ranger (North America)
International: originally a badge engineered Mazda B-Series (unrelated to the North American B-Series), designed and engineered in Japan (1998–2006). Second generation versions (2006–2011) were also designed by Mazda, being rebadged versions of the Mazda BT-50. Third generation models (from 2011) were designed and engineered by Ford Australia, with Mazda set to introduce a derivative version as the Mazda BT-50.