Ford officially announces full pricing and options for the upcoming U.S.-spec 2019 Ford Ranger. The truck will start at $25,395 for the 2WD extended cab XL model, and this is including the $1,095 destination fee. Last week, Ford briefly released the online configurator that showed the starting price at $24,300 before destination, so the official information is still inline with what we saw last week. Now, the 2019 Ford Ranger online configurator is again available for all.
Ford is announcing the options and trim level pricing, but we still do not have official engine output, payload, and towing specifications. We do know that the truck will launch with just one available engine & transmission. The 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder will be mated to the 10-speed automatic.
The table below shows the starting pricing for each major grade and configuration. The numbers show that the 4×4 system costs between $4,000 – $4,160, depending on the configuration. The crew cab is $2,220 more than the extended cab, and the most luxurious Ranger Lariat 4×4 crew will start at $39,480.
2019 Ford Ranger Pricing
4×2 SuperCab (Prices include $1,095 for destination and delivery)
- XL with 6’ Box: $25,395
- XLT with 6’ Box: $29,035 (XL + $3,640)
- Lariat with 6’ Box: $33,305 (XLT + $4,270)
4×4 SuperCab (Prices include $1,095 for destination and delivery)
- XL with 6’ Box: $29,555
- XLT with 6’ Box: $33,035
- Lariat with 6’ Box: $37,305
4×2 SuperCrew (Prices include $1,095 for destination and delivery)
- XL with 5’ Box: $27,615
- XLT with 5’ Box: $31,210
- Lariat with 5’ Box: $35,480
4×4 SuperCrew (Prices include $1,095 for destination and delivery)
- XL with 5’ Box: $31,775
- XLT with 5’ Box: $35,210
- Lariat with 5’ Box: $39,480
How does the new Ranger pricing stack up against competition? Take a look at the following starting MSRP with included destination charges.
Nissan Frontier 4×2 extended cab: $19,965
Chevy Colorado 4×2 extended cab: $21,590
Ford Ranger 4×2 extended cab: $25,395
Toyota Tacoma 4×2 extended cab: $26,445
The new Ford Ranger is definitely closer to the top of the range in the starting price, but still a bit less than the sales-leading Toyota Tacoma.
How do the luxury trim levels stack up? These are the top (non off-road specific) trim level starting MSRPs.
Chevy Colorado 4×4 LT crew cab: $35,390
Nissan Frontier 4×4 SL crew cab: $37,375
Ford Ranger 4×4 Lariat crew cab: $39,480
Toyota Tacoma 4×4 Limited crew cab: $41,460
Honda Ridgeline AWD RTL-E crew cab: $42,915
We use the online configurator to build the least and most expensive 2019 Ranger. (Note: I also build a Ranger that I would buy.)