2019 Ford Ranger Pricing - Starts At $25,395 Ends At $46,500
Dearborn MI August 13, 2018; According to a corrected version of the Ford Dealer order form The 2019 Ford Ranger mid-size pickup truck will be priced above most its competition when it goes on sale later this year.
The least expensive version of the 2019 Ranger XL will cost $25,395, with rear-wheel drive, a 2.3-liter turbo-4 engine, an extended-cab body, and a 6-foot bed.
Adding four-wheel drive ups the Ranger's price to $29,555. A fully loaded Ranger Lariat with every option box selected costs about $46,500.
Three Ranger trim levels will be available: XL, XLT, and Lariat. Standard fare on all includes automatic emergency braking The Ranger XL is basic, with steel wheels, an AM/FM radio, vinyl flooring, manually adjustable cloth seats, air conditioning, and a 3.5-inch display for its radio. The Ranger XLT adds alloy wheels, a 4.2-inch screen with Ford's Sync infotainment software, blind-spot monitors, active lane control, and parking sensors. Topping the lineup, the Ranger Lariat is kitted out with leather upholstery, an 8.0-inch touchscreen for infotainment, heated seats up front, LED headlights, and keyless ignition.
Major options on some trims include chrome and blacked-out appearance packages, an FX4 off-road package, a bedliner, and B&O audio.
Ranger prices including a mandatory $1,095 destination charge broken down by drive wheels and body styles:
Extended-cab rear-wheel drive
Extended-cab four-wheel drive •XL $29,555 •XLT $33,035 •Lariat $37,305
Crew-cab rear-wheel drive
Crew-cab four-wheel drive
Ranger prioritizes ground clearance to help climb over off-road obstacles. The FX4 Off-Road Package provides additional trail capability with off-road-tuned shocks, all-terrain tires, a frame-mounted heavy-gauge steel front bash plate, frame-mounted skid plates and FX4 badging.
To give customers a great all-terrain driving experience, Ranger’s FX4 Off-Road Package features an innovative Terrain Management System™ similar to the F-150 Raptor’s. It includes four distinct drive modes – normal; grass, gravel and snow; mud and ruts; and sand. The system can shift on the fly to automatically change throttle responsiveness, transmission gearing and vehicle controls to tailor traction, driveability and performance to any given terrain or weather condition.
The FX4 Off-Road Package introduces Ford’s all-new Trail Control™ technology. Like cruise control for the highway but designed for low-speed, rugged terrain, Trail Control takes over acceleration and braking – sending power and braking to each individual wheel to allow drivers to focus on steering along the course.Power is distributed through Dana® AdvanTEK® independent front and solid rear axles on both 2WD and 4WD models with an available electronic-locking rear axle (standard on FX2 and FX4) for increased all-terrain traction. Ranger four-wheel-drive versions feature 2-high, 4-high and 4-low.
Ranger incorporates smart driver-assist, passenger convenience and connectivity technologies. Advanced driver-assist technologies include standard Automatic Emergency Braking, while Lane Keeping Assist, Lane Departure Warning, a Reverse Sensing System and class-exclusive Blind Spot Information System with trailer coverage are standard on XLT and Lariat trim levels. Additional driver-assist technologies standard on Lariat include Pedestrian Detection and Adaptive Cruise Control.
Additional features include optional LED headlamps and taillamps. Optional exterior lighting includes puddle lamps and lighting for the cargo bed, while Ford’s available Smart Trailer Tow connector alerts drivers to faulty trailer connections.