2019 Ford Ranger Priced From $25,395

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The 2019 Ford Ranger will carry a starting price tag of $25,395 (all prices include the $1,095 destination fee). We know this because Ford has a configurator on their website for the 2019 Ranger, allowing all of us to spend a large amount of time building the perfect mid-size pickup.

The base Ranger is an XL SuperCab model with a six-foot bed and two-wheel drive. Adding four-wheel drive increases the price by $4,160. Going with the SuperCrew option, which brings two full-size rear doors and a five-foot box, is an extra $2,220.

Next up in the Ranger lineup is the XLT model, which costs $29,035. Interestingly, adding four-wheel drive is an extra $4,000 here, while the SuperCrew layout is an additional $2,175. The range-topping Lariat trim is priced from $33,305. Going with four-wheel drive or the SuperCrew body style costs the same as it does on the XLT. When fully loaded, the most expensive Ranger can tip the scales at over $46,000.

There's been a resurgence of mid-size pickups recently, as more consumers are looking for trucks that offer high levels of versatility, but are easier to drive and more affordable than full-size offerings.

When it comes to the opposition, the Ranger is priced competitively. The Honda Ridgeline starts at $30,985, the Toyota Tacoma costs $26,445, the Nissan Frontier is priced at $18,990, the Chevrolet Colorado carries a price tag of $21,195, and the GMC Canyon costs $22,395.

We should point out that General Motors' twins are offered in base trims with extremely low MSRPs. And those models are rarely stocked and excluded from promotions. Taking that into consideration, a more realistic starting price for the Colorado is $24,659, and for the Canyon is $25,895.

2019 Ford Ranger

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Based out of the Washington, D.C. area, Joel Patel is an automotive journalist that hails from Northern Virginia. His work has been featured on various automotive outlets, including Autoweek, Digital Trends, and Autoblog. When not writing about cars, Joel enjoys trying new foods, wrenching on his car, and watching horror movies. 

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