$51,490 starting price for new twin-turbo Ford Ranger

Ford confirms pricing and specs for 2019 Ranger range

2019 ford ranger

Ford will be hoping to finally topple Toyota HiLux on the back of a new engine coming soon to the Ford Ranger.

The new 157kW/500Nm bi-turbo four-cylinder diesel will land in the Ranger 4×2 dual-cab XLT from $51,490, the engine also appearing in the 4×4 super-cab XLT and dual-cab XLT.

The top-spec 4×4 Wildtrak with the new engine fitted will start from $63,990.

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The new engine carries a $1,200 price premium over the standard 3.2 litre 147kW/470Nm engine in the XLT and Wildtrak.

The new engine also comes as standard with a new 10-speed auto transmission.

“The Bi-Turbo with 10-speed automatic is the most capable powertrain ever offered in Ranger.” – John Willems, Ford Ranger Chief Program Engineer.

The new twin-turbo diesel engine will also be offered in the forthcoming Ranger Raptor, pricing for that one is yet to be confirmed.

2019 Ford Ranger Engine Line-Up:

  • 118kW/385Nm 2.2L 4-cylinder TDCi Euro 5 compliant
  • 147kW/470Nm 3.2L 5-cylinder TDCi Euro 5 compliant
  • 157kW/500Nm 2.0L Bi-Turbo 4-cylinder Euro 5 compliant

Ford’s Ranger also welcomes refreshed looks for 2019, including the addition of HID headlamps and LED daytime-running lights.

The XLT grade Ranger also gets smart keyless entry with push-button start for the first time.

While the Ranger Wildtrak is boosted by a power lock tailgate, AEB with Pedestrian Detection, Semi Auto Active Park Assist and Traffic Sign Recognition.

2019 Ford Ranger pricing:

  • 4×2 XL Single C/C 2.2L Low Rider MT – from $27,990
  • 4×2 XL Single C/C 2.2L Hi-Rider AT – from $33,690
  • 4×2 XL Super C/C 2.2L Hi-Rider AT – from $36,190
  • 4×2 XL Double C/C 2.2L Hi-Rider AT – from $38,190
  • 4×2 XL Double P/up 2.2L Hi-Rider AT – from $39,690
  • 4×2 XLT Double P/up 3.2L Hi-Rider AT – from $50,290
  • 4×2 XLT Double P/up 2.0L Bi-Turbo Hi-Rider AT – from $51,490
  • 4×4 XL Single C/C 3.2L MT – from $41,890
  • 4×4 XL Single C/C 3.2L AT – from $44,090
  • 4×4 XL Super C/C 3.2L MT – from $44,390
  • 4×4 XL Super C/C 3.2L AT – from $46,590
  • 4×4 XL Super P/up 3.2L AT – from $48,090
  • 4×4 XL Double C/C 2.2L AT – from $46,090
  • 4×4 XL Double P/up 2.2L AT – from $47,590
  • 4×4 XL Double C/C 3.2L MT – from $46,390
  • 4×4 XL Double C/C 3.2L AT – from $48,590
  • 4×4 XL Double P/up 3.2L MT – from $47,890
  • 4×4 XL Double P/up 3.2L AT – from $50,090
  • 4×4 XLS Double P/up 3.2L MT – from $49,190
  • 4×4 XLS Double P/up 3.2L AT – from $51,390
  • 4×4 XLT Super P/up 3.2L AT – from $56,190
  • 4×4 XLT Super P/up Bi-Turbo AT – from $57,390
  • 4×4 XLT Double P/up 3.2L MT – from $55,990
  • 4×4 XLT Double P/up 3.2L AT – from $58,190
  • 4×4 XLT Double P/up Bi-Turbo AT – from $59,390
  • 4×4 Wildtrak Double P/up 3.2L MT – from $60,590
  • 4×4 Wildtrak Double P/up 3.2L AT – from $62,790
  • 4×4 Wildtrak Double P/up Bi-Turbo AT – from $63,990

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