When the all-new 2019 Ford Ranger goes on sale early next year, customers will be able to get innovative towing technology not available in any other midsize pickup.
 - Photo courtesy of Ford Motor Co. 

When the all-new 2019 Ford Ranger goes on sale early next year, customers will be able to get innovative towing technology not available in any other midsize pickup.

Photo courtesy of Ford Motor Co. 

Ford has begun taking orders for its 2019 Ford Ranger that's returning to the North American market after an eight-year hiatus with a retail price that starts at $25,395.

The 2019 Ranger will be available in three trims, including the XL base, XLT, and Lariat. All models will be powered by a 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine that's paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission and start-stop technology. Automatic emergency braking will also be standard.

The Ranger will be available in a Crew Cab with a 5-foot short bed and a SuperCab with a smaller back seat and a 6-foot bed. The 2019 Ranger will go on sale at dealer lots early next year.

The 2019 Ranger's pricing would put it in the upper range of competitive midsize pickups. Here's the full pricing, which includes a $1,095 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

 

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