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News 2019 Ford Ranger starting price set at $30,969 in Canada

2019 Ford Ranger starting price set at $30,969 in Canada

We now know how the 2019 Ford Ranger model lineup will breakdown and the price of each available version in Canada. Starting at $30,969, the 2019 Ranger will be offered in four trims when it hits the market in early 2019. 

Here’s how the new Ranger lineup breaks down price-wise (Canada):

  • XT SuperCab 4×4 – $30,969
  • XLT SuperCab 4×4 – $35,539
  • XLT SuperCrew 4×4 – $37,339
  • Lariat SuperCrew 4×4 – $42,289
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You’ll have to add an extra $1,800 for destination and delivery. The 2019 Ford Ranger will be more expensive than a Nissan Frontier, obviously, but it’s a few hundred dollars less than a new Toyota Tacoma. It’s about $6,000 more expensive than the GMC Canyon and Chevrolet Colorado. 

On the other hand, the 2019 Ranger gets standard 4×4 in Canada. Comparable models from GM will be priced in the same range and ballpark.

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