The 2019 Ford Ranger Starts at $24,300

That's the base price of a rear-wheel drive XL SuperCab. The top-flight four-wheel drive Lariat SuperCrew? That'll be $38,385.

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Last week, a configurator page for the 2019 Ford Ranger mistakenly went live with inaccurate pricing information. Now, Ford has released official pricing figures for its highly anticipated new mid-sizer. The 2019 Ranger starts at $24,300 for a two-wheel drive XL SuperCab model, and base prices climb up to $38,385 for the top-spec four-wheel drive Lariat SuperCrew.

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The Ranger will be available with two cab configurations, SuperCab and SuperCrew, and with three trim levels, XL, XLT, and Lariat. Stepping up to SuperCrew for the XL costs $2200, while it's $2175 more for both the XLT and top-level Lariat. Four-wheel drive is a $4000 option for XLT and Lariat, and a $4160 option for XL.

A Ford spokesperson provided us with a breakdown of base prices for each Ranger model, including a $1095 destination and delivery fee:

4x2 SuperCab

  • XL with 6’ Box: $25,395
  • XLT with 6’ Box: $29,035
  • Lariat with 6’ Box: $33,305

    4x4 SuperCab

    • XL with 6’ Box: $29,555
    • XLT with 6’ Box: $33,035
    • Lariat with 6’ Box: $37,305

      4x2 SuperCrew

      • XL with 5’ Box: $27,615
      • XLT with 5’ Box: $31,210
      • Lariat with 5’ Box: $35,480

        4x4 SuperCrew

        • XL with 5’ Box: $31,775
        • XLT with 5’ Box: $35,210
        • Lariat with 5’ Box: $39,480

          Chevy hasn't announced pricing for the 2019 Colorado, but the 2018 model starts at just more than $20,000. So, it seems there's a big gap between Ford's and Chevy's mid-size rivals, but, the Colorado's base engine is a 2.5-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder making just 200 hp. The only engine available for the Ranger is Ford's 2.3-liter turbocharged EcoBoost four-cylinder. Ford hasn't announced specs for this engine yet, but since it's similar to the 350-hp unit in the old Focus RS, we expect it to offer around 300 hp, putting it on par with the Colorado's 3.6-liter V6.

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          just went live on Ford's website, too, so head over there to build your perfect pickup. We've played around for a few minutes, and it seems you can option up a Ranger to around $45,000. The FX4 off-road package—which is only available with four-wheel drive Rangers—costs $1295 and gets you an electronic locking rear differential, skid plates, and other goodies for off-roading. The $795 technology package gets you adaptive cruise control and navigation, though it's not available with the XL trim.

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