The 2019 Ford Ranger base price is $24,300 before destination charges. The fully-optioned Lariat crew cab 4×4 FX4 truck you see here has an MSRP of $46,220. What are all the options that bring price up? We break it down in this options guide.
2019 Ford Ranger
It all starts with a 2WD extended cab Ranger XL with a base price of $24,300. It includes a standard 2.3L EcoBoost four-cylinder engine and a 10-speed automatic transmission. The output rating is 270 hp and 310 lb-ft of torque.
- XL: $24,300
- XLT: $27,940
- Lariat: $32,210
The Ranger XL has a dual-dial gauge cluster and an ignition key (not a push-button start like in the Lariat). Each trim level brings more convenience and technology features in the mix.
The Ranger can be had with an extended cab with a 6-foot bed option, but an approximately an extra $2,175 will get you a crew cab with a 5-foot bed. All Ranger trucks ride on the same wheelbase.
The next big step up in price comes in when you select the 4×4 system. It adds approximately $4,000 to the price of the Ranger. The price varies a little based on the trim level you choose.
The trailering package cost $495 and brings a 2-inch hitch receiver, wiring, and a tow/haul mode. The Ranger is rated to tow up to 7,500 lbs.
Next, the 501A Technology package adds another $1,795 to the price and brings premium items such as the B&O Play sound system.
Next up is the FX4 off-road, which retails at $1,295. It adds specially tuned off-road FX4 shocks, skid plates, terrain modes, trail crawl control feature, and specialized tires.
There is also the Sport Appearance package at $895. It includes many cosmetic touches and trim in Magnetic grey color. There are several other items you can add, such as the spray-in bed-liner for $495, and side-step running board for around $635.
Check out all of the break-down in the video below.