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2019 Ford Ranger Pricing revealed

2019 Ford Ranger Pricing
2019 Ford Ranger Pricing

Ford has announced pricing for their incoming 2019 Ranger utes, which will be available in Australia towards the end of this year.

Let’s get down to brass tacks, starting at the top end of town: It’s a $1,000 bump in price between the equivalent 3.2-litre Wildtrak between 2018 and 2019: $61,790 to $62,790 (both auto, a manual gearbox costs $2,200 less). Step up to the new 2.0-litre engine and 10-speed gearbox, and you’ve got $63,990 to spend.

The next level down is the XLT, which comes with a $55,990 price tag as a dual cab manual. Keep going down the list, and the cheapest dual cab is the XL: $47,990 for a 2.2-litre auto, or $47,890 for a 3.2-litre manual. The cheapest 4X4 is an XL single cab cab-chassis 3.2-litre manual, for $41,890.

For information about Ranger Raptor pricing, check out this story.

2019 Ford Ranger Wildtrak: starting at $61KA
2019 Ford Ranger Wildtrak: starting at $61K

So, it’s more expensive. But what extra gear do you get for your money? A bit, in fact. There’s a heap of new safety technology available on higher-specced Rangers, as well as the new ‘BiTurbo’ engine and 10-speed gearbox. Ford promises a new and improved suspension setup, as well as more refinement in the cabin. Interestingly, punters will be able to opt for the current 3.2-litre engine if they are more of a fan of cubes over twin-turbocharging and cutting-edge technology.

The 2.0-litre twin-turbo diesel engine uses an integrated intake manifold and makes more power and torque over the 3.2-litre engine. Running through a 10-speed gearbox, it will no doubt have the edge in performance. There is certainly something to be said for cubic centimetres, however, especially in the application of a hard-working 4X4.

There is also a new warranty as well: five years and unlimited kilometres, along with an offer of fixed price servicing, free map updates and a ‘Low Price Tyre Guarantee’, whatever that means.

What do you think about the 2019 Ford Ranger Pricing? Are the increases in price worth it?

2019 Ford Ranger pricing  – 4×4
4×4 XL Single C/C 3.2L MT$41,890**
4×4 XL Single C/C 3.2L AT$44,090**
4×4 XL Super C/C 3.2L MT$44,390**
4×4 XL Super C/C 3.2L AT$46,590**
4×4 XL Super P/up 3.2L AT$48,090**
4×4 XL Double C/C 2.2L AT$46,090**
4×4 XL Double P/up 2.2L AT$47,590**
4×4 XL Double C/C 3.2L MT$46,390**
4×4 XL Double C/C 3.2L AT$48,590**
4×4 XL Double P/up 3.2L MT$47,890**
4×4 XL Double P/up 3.2L AT$50,090**
4×4 XLS Double P/up 3.2L MT$49,190**
4×4 XLS Double P/up 3.2L AT$51,390**
4×4 XLT Super P/up 3.2L AT$56,190**
4×4 XLT Super P/up Bi-Turbo AT$57,390**
4×4 XLT Double P/up 3.2L MT$55,990**
4×4 XLT Double P/up 3.2L AT$58,190**
4×4 XLT Double P/up Bi-Turbo AT$59,390**
4×4 Wildtrak Double P/up 3.2L MT$60,590**
4×4 Wildtrak Double P/up 3.2L AT$62,790**
4×4 Wildtrak Double P/up Bi-Turbo AT$63,990**

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  • Was seriously considering an auto XLT Double but at that price it’s off the list. I think the Ranger will take a significant hit in sales next year

  • I had a 2012 wildtrak loved it but sold it in 2015 brought the much talked about Narvara stx 2.3 litre 7 speed auto what a joke kept trying to find gears while towing , got rid of it and brought 2017 wildtrak love it , Just can’t think 2.0 litre 10 speed auto towing , No way I will keep 3.2 litre 6 speed auto any day especially for towing

  • My Son bought the equivalent to the Ranger Freestyle C/C auto, in the current model 2017 BT50 with Window Tint, Rubber Mats, H/light protectors and Weather Shields, for $34,000 without on roads, which is also the case with the above pricing. That’s virtually the same vehicle, with extras and arguably a better mechanical choice for outback use, for $12,600 less, or 27%.
    I did the homework for him and Ford are just cashing in on some sort of fantasy of the mind, a hoodoo they have managed to put on many Aussies something similar to what Toyota have achieved with the Landcruiser and Hilux’.
    To be fair Ford offered a discount of around $3,000.
    What do I think about Ford pricing? Fine if you don’t give a hoot about value-both new or resale.

  • LANDCRUISER dualcab ute 4.5l diesel v8 anyday…..it’ll eat the ranger….but only on reliability, ruggedness and high resale….take a look at what the locals drive in the top end…..some of the cruisers are 30 years old and still going
    strong

  • Haven’t Ranger owners been crapping on VW Amarok utes for the past 8 years, you know 2L Bi-turbo, tricky auto box. Interesting to see if they sell. As a side note, it is sad to think we are calling 3.2L the big engine, more like a big joke.
    Just would like a large displacement normal diesel option where the motor is measured in cubic inches.

  • Buy a Landcruiser and build it how you want with suspension and bar work. It’s almost the same money but a v8 stump pulling go anywhere tuff as dualcab.

  • Warranty terms are a good thing although Ford Australia has an abysmal reputation for customer service. Big question is around reliability as they have yet to prove longevity in the 3.2L without testing the market with a 2L Bi Turbo donk. The question “Is it worth it” can’t be answered before this thing is proven!

  • I agree with Steve!
    Why not both Ford muscle 3.2ltr together with tech 10 speed??
    Fords history is male muscle not feminine tech. (Ya can’t squeeze beer out of lemons mate)
    Don’t worry about the Europeans. This is Australia Mate!

  • Few things they should have added in:-
    4 wheel discs.
    Telescopic mirrors for towing.
    Provision in the dash for an electric brakes module
    Sync 3 GPS should have the ability to set: to stay off dirt roads.
    Put the childrens safety seat attachment where you can get to it and not behind the seat. I change seats daily depending on which grand kids need picking up.

  • Hi there your comment is step up to the new 2 ltr . my view is that ford is going backwards by creating a smaller engine and compensate by having a tricked up gear box with bigger turbo’s.
    I would like to see how the engine will be holding up 5 years from now if you are towing on a regular basis.

    This is my opinion

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