And the most expensive Ranger costs…
Following a leak earlier this month, Ford has finally released pricing information for its reborn Ranger mid-size pickup truck, meaning you can now configure your ideal Ranger online. And you thought you were going to be productive at work today. So let’s talk details.
The 2019 Ford Ranger will carry a starting price tag of $25,395, including destination. That base model is the rear-wheel-drive XL SuperCab featuring a six-foot bed, 16-inch wheels, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, and cloth bucket seats, among other standard bits. Want the base 4x4 version? That’ll jack up the price to $29,555.
Moving up to the SuperCrew with a five-foot bed, a base 4x2 XL begins at $27,615. A 4x4 SuperCrew Lariat runs for $39,480. Regardless of cab size, the XL is the base trim, the XLT the mid-range offering, and the Lariat is at the top. Of course, Lariat models receive a number of upgrades including the Sync3 infotainment system, leather-trimmed seats, LED headlights, and push-button start. The cheapest Lariat begins at $33,305 but opting for four-wheel drive increases that figure to $37,305.
There are a number of exterior color options, including black, white, blue, gray, burnt orange, and, for an additional cost, Hot Pepper Red. The exterior can be further upgraded with options like the Chrome Appearance Package, SXT Appearance Package, and the FX Off-Road Package. Regardless of trim, all 2019 Rangers come powered by a 2.3-liter EcoBoost turbocharged four-cylinder engine paired to a 10-speed automatic transmission. By the time all is said and done, a fully-loaded 2019 Ford Ranger will set you back around $45,000.