The 2019 Ford Ranger has been priced from $25,395 including destination.  That price will net buyers a two-door Ranger SuperCab 4×2 in the entry-level XL trim level with a 6-foot box. A SuperCab 4×2 in XLT trim with the 6-foot box will start at $29,035, while a SuperCab Lariat 4×2 with the 6-foot box will be priced from $33,305. Supercab 4X4 models will be quite a bit pricier, with the XL 4×4 starting at $29,555 and the XLT 4×4 starting at $33,035. The SuperCab Lariat 4×4 will cost a significant $37,305.

Four-door SuperCrew models with the 5-foot box will start at $27,615 for the 4×2 Xl model. The SuperCrew XLT 4×2 will start from $31,210, while the four-door Lariat 4×2 will cost $35,480. Prices for the SuperCrew XL 4×4 will begin from $31,775 and grow to $35,210 for the better equipped XLT version. Rounding out the model range is the SuperCrew Lariat, which will start from $39,480.

The FX4 off-road package can be added to any of the above models for a $1,295 premium.

Entry-level XL work truck models get steely wheels, cloth seats and a 4-speaker audio system, while the XLT model adds Ford SYNC, Ford Co-Pilot 360, 17-inch wheels and a 6-speaker audio system, among more. Lariat models add SYNC 3 with an 8-inch center stack touchscreen, heated and leather trimmed 8-way power seats, push-button start and LED headlamps.

For a better idea of what each Ranger trim level includes, you can play around with the online configurator at this link.

a version of this article first appeared on AutoGuide