Generation One is based off the 1957 Ranchero, with lines inspired by the Edsel Ranger. The performance is sluggish, because the car is sheet-metal. Top speed is around 115 MPH, and handling is, as before mentioned, sluggish. It doesn't corner well, and almost certainly will fishtail at high speed, Acceleration is slow and vague. Handling offroad isn't a good idea, as getting to high speed offroad, if you could, would probably destroy the suspension before long. Load hauling is okay. Crash deofrmation is above average, and the car can take 4-5 hits before finally failing.
The second generation, manufactured from 1960-1966, is based off the 1966 Ranchero, with the rear inspired by the 1965 Ford Fairlane 500. The headlights have added turn signals. Performance has been improved, as the car is significantly lighter and smaller. Top speed is about 132 MPH. Cornering is acceptable, but high speed cornering still isn't a good idea. The acceleration has been improved greatly, and Offroad handling is now attemptable. Load hauling has been lowered along with the weight. Crash deformation is below average, it can only take 2-3 hits.
Generation three, manufactured from 1966-1967, is based off the 1966 Ranchero, with rectangular headlights, and the rear of a 1968 Ford Torino. Performance is improved yet again, with a Top Speed of 144 MPH, and acceptable cornering. Acceleration is responsive, but still not very quick. Offroad, the bumps and irregularities are noticeable, and Load hauling has been slightly improved. Crash deformation is a little bit above average, and it can take 5 hits before failing.
The Fourth Gen, manufactured from 1968-1969, is based off the '68 Ranchero, with recessed headlights, and the taillights of a 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback. Performance is comparable to the previous gen, with a Top Speed of 151 MPH. Offroad, the Fargo is acceptable, with the ride now evened out. Load hauling is below average, along with Crash deformation, it can take 3 hits before failing.
Generation Five, manufactured from 1970-1971, is based off the 1970 Ranchero, with the front being inspired by the 1977 Ford Maverick, and the rear being taken off the 1970 Ford Torino Cobra. Performance is improved, with a Top Speed of 151 MPH, and responsive cornering. Acceleration is responsive, and acceptable, with Offroad handling now preferrable. Load hauling is okay, and Crash deformation is a little below average-It can take 2-3 hits before failing.
Generation Five, manufactured from 1972-1976, is based off the 1974 Ranchero, with the front of a 1977 GMC Caballero. Performance has been downgraded, with a Top Speed of 143 MPH, and somewhat sluggish cornering, at least compared to the Previous Gen. Offroad, Generation Six is about the same as Generation Five, same with Load hauling. Crash deformation is okay, and it can take 3-4 hits before failing.
The final Generation, manufactured from 1977-1979, is based off the '78 Ranchero, with the front of a 1976 Cadillac Eldorado. Performance is virtually the same of the fifth generation, but the car is somewhat lighter, so the attributes of the car have been upgraded-The Top Speed is 148 MPH. Crash deformation is acceptable, and it can take 5 hits before failing.