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2019 Ranger Configurator & Pricing

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Not sure how long it'll be active, but here's the configurator with pricing for the 2019 Ranger.

 

A stripped model starts at $24K. Checking all the boxes brings it in a bit over $46K.

 

Autoblog has screenshots in case they take it down, but I included the link to the configurator too.

 

https://www.autoblog.com/2018/08/07/2019-ford-ranger-configurator/

 

https://shop.ford.com/build/ranger/?gnav=header-tools&intcmp=show-bp#/select/Config%5B%7CFord%7CRanger%7C2019%7C1%7C1.%7C501A.R4F..EA...64J.914.76E.86Q.53R.CAB.RETAIL.99H.AWD.44U.LAR.%5D

 

 

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Mike Levine tweeted about it a couple days ago...

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It works but its glitchy af

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I priced one out with all my needs... $39,590...honestly, I rather spend a bit more and get an F150 if that's the case.

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Holy fuck that is way more expensive than I was hoping. Guess I'm not getting one any time soon.

 

$37k and I didn't even add the features that I want.

Edited by fuzzymoomoo

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This is what I guessed 2 months ago... I was pretty close ;)

 

https://www.blueovalforums.com/forums/index.php?/topic/65150-when-will-the-ranger-be-available/?p=1035145

 

 


Again, if you want to guess how much Ranger will cost, just take a look at Tacoma.

 

SR extend cab 2WD 2.7 I4 which should be similar to a Ranger XL extended cab is $25,400 [but Ranger will have far more power with 2.3 EB - Ford is not going to sell very many of these at all]

 

SR5 double cab 2WD 3.5 V6 which should be similar to Ranger XLT 2WD is $31,500

SR5 double cab 4WD 3.5 V6 which should be similar to Ranger XLT 4WD is $34,500

 

TRD double cab 2WD 3.5 V6 which should be similar to Ranger XLT FX2 is $33,400 (I don't know if there will be a FX2 package, but you get the point... it's a XLT with color matching exterior instead of chrome bits)

TRD Offroad double cab 4WD 3.5 V6 which should be similar to Ranger XLT FX4 is $36,300

 

Limited double cab 2WD 3.5 V6 should be similar to Ranger Lariat 2WD is $37,300

Limited double cab 4WD 3.5 V6 should be similar to Ranger Lariat 4WD is $40,400

 

TRD Pro double cab 4WD 3.5 V6 should be similar to Ranger Lariat FX4 is $43,700

 

The only thing I missed was STX, which is the retail version of XL for about $2k more than fleet friendly XL.

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Interesting that it lets you build a reg cab truck. Supercab is a $300 upgrade.

 

Also, the pricing seems right in line with what I expected. A 2wd XL or XLT crew cab is about $4k-$5k less MSRP than a comparable F150. Keep in mind incentives will kick in at some point too. It seems expensive now relative to F150 but that's because we're used to actual selling price on F-150, not MSRP. F150 MSRP is also crazy high if you go configure something on Ford's site.

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https://jalopnik.com/the-2019-ford-ranger-starts-at-24-000-but-configure-yo-1828164523

 

Apparently it wasnt supposed to go live yet and it is inaccurate

 

I can't think it'll differ TOO much from these numbers, though.

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I optioned one out like my F150 and it came to $36,450. With $1K rebate that would make the street price around $32K. My F150 with the larger engine was $36K.

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I optioned one out like my F150 and it came to $36,450. With $1K rebate that would make the street price around $32K. My F150 with the larger engine was $36K.

I guess I dont really understand how pricing works then....

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I think that's the plan,to slot Ranger in at about $5K-$7K under certain F150 types

If those prices are accurate, then they will probably put a lid on some of the enthusiasm.

 

Ranger is not cheap to buy and that's probably why Ford delayed returning to the mid sized market

Edited by jpd80

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I guess I dont really understand how pricing works then....

 

Why?

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I think that's the plan,to slot Ranger in at about $5K-$7K under certain F150 types

If those prices are accurate, then they will probably put a lid on some of the enthusiasm.

Definitely put a lid on mine....

 

Maybe Ill try to get a dynamite deal one of the 3Focus RS my dealer has had in their showroom for 2 years now....

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Why?

how does a $1k rebate on a $36k truck equal $32k street price?

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The Ford link doesn't work any more-takes you to the Fiesta build and price

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Definitely put a lid on mine....

 

Maybe Ill try to get a dynamite deal one of the 3Focus RS my dealer has had in their showroom for 2 years now....

 

You know, there are plenty of RS's out there that need a home. This is mostly due to the headgasket issue and dealer mark up. Now in in a year, if there is a 2018 that still needs a forever home I may try to wheel and deal to get one. Even though the color is limited, I think having a mechanical LSD and a bit softer suspension setting for daily driving might be the ticket for me. We'll see if those prices come down at all.

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The Ford link doesn't work any more-takes you to the Fiesta build and price

Jalopnik said that Ford took it down. Said the prices were wrong and that it wasn't meant for public consumption just yet. Cited next week for the accurate build and price site to be up.

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how does a $1k rebate on a $36k truck equal $32k street price?

 

Nobody pays MSRP...

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Definitely put a lid on mine....

 

Maybe Ill try to get a dynamite deal one of the 3Focus RS my dealer has had in their showroom for 2 years now....

 

Did you really expect Ford to sell the Ranger far below what GM and Toyota is selling their comparable trucks?

 

As I pointed out 2 months ago, I do not expect Ford to undercut Tacoma. They have no reason to.

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You know, there are plenty of RS's out there that need a home. This is mostly due to the headgasket issue and dealer mark up. Now in in a year, if there is a 2018 that still needs a forever home I may try to wheel and deal to get one. Even though the color is limited, I think having a mechanical LSD and a bit softer suspension setting for daily driving might be the ticket for me. We'll see if those prices come down at all.

I didnt ask about the other 2, but out of curiosity I asked about the the one they had in the showroom when we got our Fusion in May. It stickered for just above $42k and between Ford programs and what the dealer was willing to do to move it out of the showroom they took $10k or sticker. Very good deal but I wasnt in the market at the time. If they still have it this time next year I might see if I can get an even better deal.

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Jalopnik said that Ford took it down. Said the prices were wrong and that it wasn't meant for public consumption just yet. Cited next week for the accurate build and price site to be up.

Well the order bank opens Monday so the order guide should be out then too.

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The photo of the XL from the configurator shows it has raised suspension. So looks like Ford won't be selling the low riding Ranger (like Tacoma SR) at all in the US market. All the Rangers will have raised suspension including the 2WD model.

 

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Supercrew xl fx4 stx with towing package was around $37k. Thats definitely more than I was wanting to spend.

 

I tried optioning out a 4x2 supercrew lariat with just the sport appearance package, but it required the 501a package as well which was like $2800.

 

The math on some of the packages didnt add up either. One package on the xlt came with sport appearance package, remote start, manual sliding rear window and power heated passenger and driver seats for $2800. Optioned individually, they are:

 

Remote start - $195

Sport appearance -$795

Manual rear window -$225

 

That means the power seats are almost $1600? Seems a bit high.

Edited by T-dubz

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IIRC, the last time this happened with a Ford/Lincoln product, the pricing was all jacked up also.

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