Last week Ford accidentally powered up the online configurator for the 2019 Ranger a bit too early, but now Ford has released all the pricing details. The 2019 Ford Ranger starts at $25,395, with the $1,095 destination fees included.
The base 2019 Ford Ranger is the XL double cab with rear-wheel drive and a six-foot bed. The 2019 Ranger comes standard with automatic emergency braking, a 3.5-inch screen that provides access to the four-speaker audio system, steel wheels and cloth seats. Under the hood the Ranger is powered by a turbocharged 2.3L four-cylinder that’s mated to a ten-speed automatic transmission.
The 2019 Ranger XLT starts at $29,035 and adds a 4.2-inch screen, alloy wheels and a six-speaker audio system. The XLT trim level also comes with the CoPilot360 safety suite, which includes blind spot monitoring, automatic high beams, and lane keep assist.
The top spec Ranger is the Lariat trim level, which starts at $33,305. The Ranger Lariat comes standard with more luxury features, like leather seats, LED headlights, and an 8-inch touchscreen.
If you need four-wheel drive, that will add an extra $4,000 to the price and if you want more space, you’ll want to upgrade to the crew cab model, which starts at $27,615.