Ford opened the order books for the revived Ranger today, which means you can now configure your own midsize pickup online. Pricing starts at $25,395 including destination but can top $45,000 on the top trim with every box ticked.
The base model is the rear-drive XL SuperCab with a six-foot bed, which comes standard with auto off/on headlamps, 16-inch silver steel wheels, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, cloth bucket front seats, and a 3.5-inch center stack screen with audio controls.
Opting for the 4×4 version brings the price up to $29,555. SuperCrews get a five-foot bed standard and start at $27,615 with rear-wheel drive, with the 4×4 version costing an extra $4,160. All models will come with a 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine mated to a 10-speed automatic.
The XLT sits in the middle of the lineup and starts at $29,035, or $33,035 with four-wheel drive. This adds Ford Co-Pilot360, which includes auto-high beam headlamps, blind spot monitoring with cross-traffic alert and trailer tow monitoring, and lane keep assist. Fog lamps and 17-inch silver-painted aluminum wheels are also part of the deal. 4×2 SuperCrews go from $31,210, with a 4×4 version costing $35,210.
Lariat models receive further upgrades including Ford’s Sync 3 infotainment system, leather-trimmed seats, LED headlamps, and keyless access with push-button start. The price of entry for the top-grade truck is $33,305, but tacking on four-wheel drive brings that up to $37,305. SuperCrew models start at $35,480, or $39,480 with four-wheel drive. When loaded with options, though, prices increase significantly.
Exterior colors include black, white, silver, gray, blue, a burnt orange, and an extra-cost Hot Pepper Red. There are also other ways to change up the exterior, with the Chrome Appearance Package or Sport Appearance package available depending on the trim. Other goodies include an off-road package, trailer tow package, and a technology package with adaptive cruise control and navigation.