The all-new 2024 Ford Ranger has finally arrived in North America, and Ford isn’t wasting any time with the launch after announcing its arrival; Ford has just released the Build & Price information for the midsize truck. Looking at the pricing, the 2024 Ford Ranger will start at $34,160, including the destination fee. Yes, it’s more expensive than the base Chevrolet Colorado that just rolled out. It’s also some $7,000 more than the base price of the last-gen Ranger, but you get far more content this time around.
2024 Ford Ranger Build & Price: Details
All configurations of the 2024 Ford Ranger will come standard as SuperCrew cabs, with the XL trim will be the base trim with an assortment of standard equipment to keep customers happy, including an 8″ Digital Instrument Cluster, 10″ Display in Center Stack, and all of the other goodies that come with a modern vehicle. Additionally, the XL trim comes standard with the STX Appearance Package, which includes a dampened tailgate, LED Reflector headlamps, Fog Lamps, premium cloth bucket front seats, and the STX Fender Badge.
Next in line is the XLT trim, which has an MSRP of $37,100, including destination, and features all of the Standard Content on the XL trim plus LED Fog Lamps, Power-folding Sideview Mirrors, 400W In-Cab & In-Bed Power, Wireless Charging Pad, LED Bed Lighting. There’s even a Sport Appearance Package that adds some Gray accents to the truck.
The Lariat trim falls in the third slot for the trim level with a starting price of $45,120, including destination. All the goodies from XLT come standard with the addition of a 12″ Display in Center Stack, 12″ Digital Instrument Cluster, LED Projector Headlamps, Rain-sensing Wipers, Heated Steering Wheel, 360-Degree Camera, B&O Sound System, Active Park Assist, and other technology goodies.
Finally, at the top of the 2024 Ford Ranger trim tier is the highly anticipated Ford Ranger Raptor which has a suggested price of $56,960 USD, including destination. We’ve covered all the goodies that can be found in this truck previously. Still, a quick recap includes Fox Racing Shocks with Live Valve Technology, 3.0L EcoBoost V6 Engine, Full Time 4×4, Locking Front & Rear Axles, Skid Plates, 6 Upfitter Switches in Overhead Console, and Trail Control. If you’re looking for a desert race-ready truck, this is the one for you, though it does cost a pretty penny compared to its competition.
You can visit the Ford website for the official 2024 Ranger build and price configurator.