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Build & Price a 2019 Ford Ranger

Thread in 'Buying: Orders, Pricing, Financing, Dealers' started by TrainTrac, Aug 14, 2018.

  1. TrainTrac

    TrainTrac Well-Known Member 2nd Gen Owner 2 Wheel Drive V8 Engine

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  2. Mark K 2

    Mark K 2 Well-Known Member 1st Gen Owner V6 Engine

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    Mine lists at $35,000.
     
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  3. EddieS'04

    EddieS'04 Well-Known Member 1st Gen Owner 2 Wheel Drive V6 Engine

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    Fixed Income wont allow me to buy one. My gen1 will be a classic when I die,,,LOL...
     
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  4. Phill R

    Phill R Active Member 1st Gen Owner V6 Engine

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    Now, they just need to add the Raptor.
    Also, roof rails and a hard toneau option
     
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  5. Todd Z

    Todd Z Well-Known Member 2nd Gen Owner V6 Engine V8 Engine

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    Leasing my first one.
     
  6. Nick Mann

    Nick Mann Member 2nd Gen Owner 4 Wheel Drive V8 Engine

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    I got my 2005 FX4 brand new. I paid less then $25,000 for it back then. I waited all these years for Ford to bring the Ranger back. I did a build and price the other day. Just under $44,000 for the four door FX4 package. That's without all the fancy electric stuff that fails after a few years. Not a chance in heck I will pay that kind of money for a Ranger. Even the F 150 is a great truck. But IMO truck prices have gone nuts.

    So I just gone a fully loaded 2010 Sport Trac Limited with the 4.6. Less then 59,000 miles on it. I have a funny feeling the used market for Rangers and Sport Trac may go up with the new Ford pricing.
     
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  7. EddieS'04

    EddieS'04 Well-Known Member 1st Gen Owner 2 Wheel Drive V6 Engine

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    Nuts' is a mild word. I also expect the used market to go wild. The economy maybe getting better, but not everyone can aford that kind of debt. I have $$ despite fixed retirement income. I just refuse to pay overpricing. When Im not in need of. Im comfortable with older and less.
     
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  8. Phill R

    Phill R Active Member 1st Gen Owner V6 Engine

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    OK. Now they have added the Toneau options. But I still need roof rails!
     
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  9. Pat Freeman

    Pat Freeman Well-Known Member 2nd Gen Owner V8 Engine

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    I just priced mine out. $45,700 for the Lariat, 501A option, FX4 suspension, tow package, tonneau, etc. Still driving my dad's old Orange Frost 2007 ST with 160k miles on it. Put a new Jasper engine in it at 132k miles and new front hubs, but that's about it. I'd likely add the Ranger to the ST in the garage, and trade in a 2015 Dodge Dart GT.
     
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    Options they still need:
    Independent rear suspension
    Wide retracting rear glass
    On demand 4WD or AWD with low range

    I could live without the first one if it rides well enough.
     
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