Ford has finally revealed the selling price for its next-generation Ranger midsize pickup, with the inevitable increase averaging $1,106, excluding the Ranger Raptor.
Bad news first. There’s been a big change to the entry-level price, in part due to the removal of the manual transmission.
This sees the cheapest Ranger Rocket increase by nearly $7,000 from $29,190 (all prices without tolls) to $35,930. Some 11 manual transmission models supporting XL, XLS, XLS, Sport, FX4, and Wildtrak levels have been removed. That said, if you can swallow this hard pill, news on the fully automatic Ranger range should be even brighter, with some gains as expected, with significant gains achieved with the current Ranger T6.2 completely redesigned and improved.
Finally, some of the new Rangers are priced as low as $240, most around $1,000 to $1,500 higher, and the biggest hikes are $2,240 – though one model has defied expectations. Expectations with price increases can only be described as modest.
This is the latest Ranger Raptor, despite having nearly twice the power of a twin-turbo V6 petrol engine, an advanced permanent all-wheel drive system, premium Fox suspension, and a host of safety features. safety, convenience, and multimedia enhancements, now starting at an amazingly low $85,490.
The new Ranger Raptor estimates start at around $90,000, since the upcoming PX III Raptor with a 2.0-liter twin-turbo diesel version starts at $79,390, meaning model buyers pay an additional $6,100 for a higher specified product. model.
Additionally, the two popular XLTs even remain the same as before, further underscoring the surprising pricing structure of the Ranger T6.2.
Going further into the range, the cheapest Ranger right now is the XL 4×2 (two-wheel drive) Hi-Rider Single Cab Chassis 2.0 liter turbodiesel single turbocharger (SiT) with a six-speed automatic transmission (offering 125 kW/ 405 Nm ) of the aforementioned $35,890, which is $1040 more expensive than the previous equivalent 2.2L.
Choosing the Super Cab version will add $2500 to the new price or another $4500 for the Double Cab.
The cheapest Ranger with a 154kW/500Nm 2.0L twin-turbo engine mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission only (replacing the previous 3.2L five-cylinder diesel) is chassis – XL 4×4 cabin for the price. $47,030 (with an older modified version of the part-time 4WD system), with the XL 4×4 Double Cab pickup starting at $53,430 (+$740) being the most expensive XL at the moment.
Upgrading to the twin-turbo XLS 4×2 Hi-Rider Double Pickup 2.0L will cost buyers $46,790, or from $53,990 (+700) if it’s the best-equipped XLT, while the XLT is the cheapest T6. 2 Ranger with the 184 kW/600 Nm turbocharged 3.0-liter V6, as prices start at $62,290 for the 4×4 Double Cab chassis or even $1,900 for the Pick-Up body style.
At the Ranger’s higher tiers is the twin-turbo 2.0L Sport 4×4 Double Pick-Up 2.0L starting at $63,690 or over $3000 for the V6 engine, while the same price gap is between the Wildtrak twin-turbocharged pickup truck 4×4 Double 2.0L and V6, starting at $67,190 and $70.190 respectively.
And, again, the Raptor 4×4 Double Pickup V6 tops the range starting at $85,490.
Finally, optional pricing has been announced, with 17-inch steel wheels with off-road tires and 17-inch steel parts priced at $750 on the 4×4 XL and XLS; 17 inches and 18 inches.
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