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    2019 Ford Ranger Priced At $25,395

    Source: AutoVerdict
    August 14, 2018
    by Nick Saporito


    After an accidental release on its website, Ford Motor Company has formally announced pricing for the revived 2019 Ranger. The new midsize pickup will carry a starting price of $25,395 when it goes on sale early next year.*

    Ford appears to be aiming down the middle of the segment in terms of pricing with the Ranger. At $25,395, it's starting price is just shy of the 2018 Toyota Tacoma's starting price of $25,400. That said, Ford is charging a premium over the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon, both of which start in the lower $20,000 range.*

    Ford is offering the Ranger in several flavors, including XL, XLT and Lariat trim levels. Buyers will be able to select from the two-door SuperCab and four-door SuperCrew models. Two and four wheel drive configuration will be offered on all variants. Like the Colorado and Canyon, a regular cab model is not planned.*

    The base XL 4x2 SuperCab with a 6-foot box will be priced from $25,395 with destination. The XL 4x2 SuperCrew with a 5-foot box starts at $27,615. The Lariat 4x4 SuperCrew, will be priced at $39,480. That figure can top $40,000 if buyers choose the FX4 off-road package, which is a $1,295 option.

    All variants of the Ranger will be powered by Ford's 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder with a 10-speed automatic transmission. Buyers will also be able to select options*4G-connected Wi-Fi hot spot, FordPass Connect and pre-collision assist technology.

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    Not sure if offering only one engine is a smart move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew_L View Post
    Not sure if offering only one engine is a smart move.
    I think the Raptor will bring in another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arutherford View Post
    I think the Raptor will bring in another.
    If we get the Raptor. But even so there should be another engine option on the regular Ranger.

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    Colorado debuted with only one engine, although they announced the Diesel was coming later. Does Ford stay tight lipped on their staged rollouts?

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    Well, the GM twins low base price is due in part to them using the n/a 2.5 four. The Ford's Ecoboost is equivalent in capability to GM's optional 3.6 V6. Whether or not Ford will put a lower power motor in a yet-to-be announced base model is to be seen. But, I'm guessing a lot of GM's low-price sales might go to fleets and Ford seems to cover that sort of 'tradesman' market with the Transit/Transit Connect. So, maybe not?

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