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2019 Ford Ranger - Build, Price & Pre-Order

https://shop.ford.com/build/ranger/#/select/

What would yours cost if you were to get one, I'm not

 

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$24,060 for the el-cheapo package, over $10,000 more than I paid for my ranger new in 2009.
 
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Maybe I'll keep my old one
 
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Maybe I'll keep my old one
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Exactly, would love to have a new Ranger but @40k for the one I would want is too much.....lol maybe when itís used value drops to about 20k I will buy one...
 
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I see these things either having a billion defects in typical ford fashion and dying, or ford giving up on the line again making them hold resale only to weirdos. This truck is now direct competition for the f-150 in size and price. There is no point to this truck beyond nostalgia, it doesnt fill any niche truck owners want. Once the gimmick is gone no one is gonna buy it. Big initial sales then... Flop...
 
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And then Jeep is coming out with a truck again to throw into the mix.
 
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Oh and now I read Dodge is bringing back the dakota
 
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Oh and now I read Dodge is bringing back the dakota
Yeah, and it will still be a dodge with a shitty transmission.....oh and the Colorado will still be Chevy with numerous electrical issues, such as the exploding side curtain airbags.....
 
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I'm not saying that they are good or bad, I'm saying there is going to be a lot of competition for a small - mid sized truck. Hyundai is even testing the waters with a suv type truck
 
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For 36K im out. Deep into a good solid optioned F150 money. Wtf are they thinking...

hardly any options at that, only one engine? one trans? i MIGHT consider it if it had a true manual trans...
 
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I just built my 2004... that I got for 16K in 2004.

yet a 2019, is $36,000

No thank you.

Thats more than double the cost of my 04. My income hasnt doubled, to compensate for a little truck. And seriously, I could get a nicely fitted Taco for that, which holds its resale value very well.
 
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Excited that the release date is getting closer so I went to Fords site to configure one a Supercab 4x2 XLT with about $5200 in opt's
runs it up to around $34 l looked at the 4x4 opt and that's 4 grand so mildly optioned it's pushing 40g.
Seems that the base price at 29g is high to start off with. Not to thrilled with pricing maybe Incentives in the future might move me.
 
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My build came to over $42,000 :(. I would never pay that much until Ford put the 2.7 EcoBoost in it, then its a maybe :).
 
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I had already preordered mine in October and later on Nov 10th I had the chance to test drive one at Fordís Arcadia California show for the Edge ST and the new sporty Explorer. The show was interesting in that Ford wasnít even supposed to send any Rangers there but about 90% of the people at the show were in line to test drive the Ranger. All the SUVs were mostly parked while folks stood in the baking sun with the bad air from the fires just waiting to drive the Ranger. The Ranger is much smaller than the F150 and looks to be even smaller than the Colorado. But, itís definitely bigger than my old Ranger. Things that stood out from the test drive, power, handling, and the interior of the cab. It has the power of a V6, the handling is excellent with nice turning radius, but the interior makes you feel like you are driving an Explorer down to the center console. Iím not dissapointed by that but it sure would be nice to get a old school work truck variant at some point. I guess folks want to drive something that looks like an SUV from the inside now. The interior Is roomy, my nephew is 6 foot 3 he sat in the back behind me while I drove and even with my seat back in position he had about 4 inches between his knees and the back of my seat.

I noticed folks quoting some really high prices but we preordered an STX crew cab 4x2 that priced out at 29k and Ford is offering us several rebates the first is for $1,500 and altogether they add up to around $2,250. So we might be around 31-32k with tax, license, and registration out the door. Granted itís not going to be a Lariat but I would never buy something like that anyway, I just want a truck. I wanted the extended cab STX which would cost $29k out the door but my wife insists on a crew cab. Folks are quoting prices from almost ten years ago but vehicle costs have gone thru the roof since then, plus the new ranger doesnít feature a fleet type low end vehicle, the current low end Ranger (extended cab XL) would still include the same engine as the Lariat and would come out to $27k out the door.

Iíve previously owned an 86 Ranger my older brother bought brand new when I was in High School, then in 1991 I bought a brand new one, lost that in a divorce in 1993, then bought a 1993 Ranger that was stolen (it was lifted and had a fancy sound system), I then found a steal at auction when I bought a 1994 Mazda Ranger with 57k miles in 1996, I put almost 200k miles on that one with only a timing belt, tune ups, oil changes and a water pump. Then I bought a brand new 2006 Ranger and have recently added a 1999 low mile stepside to my stable (my son drives that one). With the new 2019 we will have 3 rangers in the family and I also own a 2015 F150 which my wife took over and wont give back to me. She loved the new Ranger at the show so maybe Iíll get my F150 back
 

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