2019 Ford Ranger Review

2019 Ford Ranger photo
  1. Original MSRP$24,000 - $38,565
  2. Price Range$26,000 - $35,801
  3. Average Selling Price$30,898
  4. Fuel Economy (MPG)19/18 City/Hwy
  5. Body StylesSuperCab, SuperCrew

User Reviews for 2019 Ford Ranger

4.9
8 Reviews
5 Star

87.5%

4 Star

12.5%

3 Star

0%

2 Star

0%

1 Star

0%

Interior

4.6

Exterior

4.8

Performance

4.8

Family

4.5

Cost

4.1

by J. Hart on January 15, 2020

2018 Ford ranger XLT
"Great redo for 2029 10 sppd transmission shifts smoothly 4 cylinder twin turbo has good pick up feels like a 6 cylinder but better on gas. Overall a really good truck if you don't need anything bigger. "
Interior

4.0

Exterior

5.0

Performance

5.0

Family

4.0

Cost

3.0


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by wdhartigan on January 10, 2020

Awesome Truck. Ford did an amazing job with the redesign.
"Awesome truck"
Interior

5.0

Roomy
Exterior

5.0

Nice looking truck
Performance

5.0

The EcoBoost engine has plenty of power for a turbocharged 4 cylinder. Almost 300 horsepower.
Family

5.0

Cost

5.0


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by Mario on December 21, 2019

Great truck
"Very comfortable ride, ample interior space and cargo base, excellent mileage, lots of power while easyly maneuverable, can pull over 7K lbs."
Interior

5.0

All instruments within view and accessible, seats are very comfortable
Exterior

3.0

Not too excited about the looks
Performance

5.0

Powerful and yet, very good mileage
Family

5.0

My grandson loves the ride, his boost seat and the truck's height gives him a nice view to the outside
Cost

5.0

So far, low gas consumption and low insurance rates

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by Stephen G on December 17, 2019

Excellent vehicle! (Lariat Super Crew FX4)
"Excellent as a daily driver and to haul/tow as needed. Not too large or small and easy to drive and maneuver Very comfortable, quiet, powerful, handles well "
Interior

5.0

Excellent fit and finish. Dash and center console well laid out. Materials look and feel good.
Exterior

5.0

Excellent fit and finish. Attractive, competitive design.
Performance

5.0

Plenty of power. Having come from a 2011 5.0 Mustang, I have NOT wanted for more power.
Family

5.0

Easy access to front and rear seats, as well as cargo bed.
Cost

4.0

Super Crew Lariat FX4 501A, along with some other options, hits $46k, but you get all power conveniences, safety features. Adding other accessories/niceties adds more of course, but improves funtionality, protection, and appearances

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by John on September 14, 2019

Trucker john
"Great run around truck."
Interior

4.0

Exterior

5.0

Performance

4.0

Family

3.0

Cost

5.0


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by Satisfied Purchaser on July 23, 2019

My New RANGER
"Overall we are very pleased with our purchase. We have had it for only about 6 weeks and at this point have nothing to complain about as far as the manner of its performance goes. I would recommend it to anyone that asks and have to some that didn't."
Interior

5.0

I traded my 2011 F-150 Super Cab in on this newly redesigned Ranger. It is a 4 door XLT. The interior is roomier than expected as I have driven the older super cab design. We do not have passengers very much in the back but when we have, they too felt quite comfortable.
Exterior

5.0

Very much like the exterior. The only thing I miss is the keyless entry. Box is smaller than the F-150 but does suite our purposes. And it fits well into our garage. The F-150 fully filled its spot with very little room to get along side it. The garage door had to stay open until the driver passed behind it and the door could then come down.
Performance

5.0

It handles VERY well on the highway. Solid ride and the ecoboose engine performs surprisingly quite well. Gas mileage is much better than the F-150.
Family

5.0

Any of our family that have driven or been in the Ranger have been very impressed with it. Our son has a Dodge Ram and after driving the Ranger suggested that he has thoughts of looking closer at the Ranger when it comes time to change.
Cost

3.0

It is the most expensive purchase vehicle wise that we have had so did swallow deep when it came payment time. It listed for $14,000.00 more than our first new house. That of course was in 1973. In 1964 I bought my first new vehicle. A 1965 Ford Fairlane 500 for $2,060.00. Any new vehicle bought today is very expensive regardless of the make or model. So cost effective, that is a hard question. It will be much cheaper to operate than my F-150 so that is a plus.

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by My New Ranger on July 16, 2019

My New Ranger
"Very well equipped and appointed, surprising performance and gas mileage."
Interior

4.0

well appointed, durable
Exterior

5.0

sharp looking and functional
Performance

5.0

surprising performance with fuel economy
Family

4.0

room for 5, back seat a bit tight for large adults
Cost

5.0

surprising average gas mileage 26 mpg, city and highway. Much less in heavy traffic - down to only 24mpg!

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by Ralawinger on July 9, 2019

Love it.
"This truck is a great size in which it isn’t too large nor too small. It’s great and I love the Sync 3 system. Wish it had 360 degree camera, Birdseye view, and a power rear window, but it comes packed with handy safety features that really come in handy on a long drive. I love the adaptive cruise control, lane keeping system, and auto on/off high beams. We ended up getting spray in bed liner and it makes the bed more rugged and we love it! "
Interior

5.0

Pretty standard for the fancy package. As my other car is a Fusion Titanium, I full expected at least that level of finish. Definitely got that!
Exterior

5.0

Love the color we got (magnetic) and it seemed a little harder to find with the package and options we wanted, but we found it! Love the LED headlights. :)
Performance

4.0

MPG isn’t as good as Ford reports online, but I’m aware they know this and are trying to sort out their data. Regardless, we knew that going to a truck meant lower mpg, so we weren’t surprised.
Family

5.0

We have the fill cab and love having four full doors. There’s enough space in the back to fill with luggage or kids. We plan on expanding our family someday, so it’s great knowing that we won’t lose the utility of the space as we can move luggage to the box (waterproof pelican case).
Cost

3.0

Can’t say it’s very cost effective. I don’t think most trucks are in way of fuel consumption and mpg. There’s a much larger fuel tank than my old SUV, so it costs more to fill each time and the mpg is worse, but it wasn’t unexpected. We budgeted for it prior to jumping on the purchase. We knew what we were getting into, so bear in mind there are going to be higher costs to fill because of a larger tank and the mpg is lower, so you will fill it more often too.

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CARFAX Info for 2019 Ford Ranger

CARFAX offers millions of used cars for sale nationwide. Every listing includes the vehicle history. The data below is updated daily, based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX.
2019 Ford Ranger Deals on CARFAX
Percentage of 2019 Ford Ranger for sale on CARFAX that are Great, Good, and Fair Value deals. Values are determined by whether the selling price is above, below, or the same as the history-based CARFAX Value.
Great Value
(206)
Good Value
(220)
Fair Value
(142)
No Badge
(99)
VEHICLE HISTORY SUMMARY
The Vehicle History Summary represents the percentage of cars available for sale on CARFAX that are reported to have no accidents or damage, had 1-owner, been used as a personal or personal lease car, and/or have service history information.
No Accidents or Damage Reports

97%

CARFAX 1-Owner

99%

Personal Use

30%

Service History

82%

2019 Ford Ranger Pricing

The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) is the "sticker price" for this vehicle, including optional equipment, when it was new. The price range for the 2019 Ford Ranger is $26,000 - $35,801. The average selling price is $30,898. The data below is updated daily, based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX. Price range and average selling price are based on the median selling price while CARFAX Value is a VIN-specific value based on the vehicle's history.

Original MSRP
$24,000 - $38,565
Price Range
This is the price range for the 2019 Ford Ranger based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX.
$26,000 - $35,801
Average Selling Price
$30,898
CARFAX Value
This is the range of CARFAX Values for the 2019 Ford Ranger on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX.
$24,120 - $38,640
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2019 Ford Ranger Pricing By Trim
  1. TrimPrice RangeAverage Selling PriceCARFAX Value
  2. XL$26,000 - $31,400$28,825$24,120 - $32,960
  3. XLT$24,990 - $32,743$28,860$23,260 - $36,180
  4. Lariat$27,999 - $36,598$32,889$26,630 - $39,370

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