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2024 Ford Ranger ute pricing nudged up again after beating rival Toyota HiLux for sales in 2023

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Australia's most popular new vehicle became a little pricier as of the start of this year.
Australia's most popular new vehicle became a little pricier as of the start of this year.

The Ford Ranger has followed its Everest cousin in starting the year with a pricing increase, with January 1 seeing the popular ute start from a few hundred dollars more than the end of last year.

The 2024 Ford Ranger ute now starts from $36,880, before on-road costs, in its cheapest XL 4x2 variant, or from $47,980 in XL 4x4 - both up by $500 over previous pricing.

Pricing for the majority of variants is up by the same amount, $500, but there are a few variants which have bigger pricing increases of $900 or $1200 based on specification and drivetrain.

Ford confirmed similar price rises for the Everest SUV range going into effect on the same day, though like the Everest, there aren't any specification changes for the Ranger to go with its new pricing.

In the 4x2 line-up of the Ranger, all XL and XLS pricing has increased by $500 except for the top-spec XLT 4x2 dual-cab, which is up by $900 to now cost $56,190.

While the XL variants run a turbo-diesel 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine making 125kW and 405Nm, the XLS and XLT have a 'Bi-Turbo' engine that ups outputs to 154kW and 500Nm.

For the XLT, Sport, Wildtrak, and Platinum V6 grades, a turbo-diesel 3.0-litre unit that makes 184kW and 600Nm is found under the bonnet.
For the XLT, Sport, Wildtrak, and Platinum V6 grades, a turbo-diesel 3.0-litre unit that makes 184kW and 600Nm is found under the bonnet.

In the more popular 4x4 line-up (which has the same engines corresponding with grades), the XL and XLS variants are all up by $500, while XLT and Wildtrak Bi-Turbo variants are up by $900.

All the variants of the Ranger with V6 engines are now $1200 pricier. For the XLT, Sport, Wildtrak, and Platinum V6 grades, a turbo-diesel 3.0-litre unit that makes 184kW and 600Nm is found under the bonnet, while the Raptor has a twin-turbo petrol 3.0-litre V6 making 292kW and 583Nm.

Full pricing tables can be found below, with figures in effect from January 1, 2024.

2024 Ford Ranger 4x2 pricing before on-road costs

VariantBodyPrice
XL Single Cab Single TurboCab Chas$36,880 (+$500)
XL Super Cab Single TurboCab Chas$39,380 (+$500)
XL Double Cab Single TurboCab Chas$41,380 (+$500)
XL Double Cab Single TurboPick Up$43,280 (+$500)
XLS Double Cab Bi-TurboPick Up$47,830 (+$500)
XLT Double Cab Bi-TurboPick Up$56,190 (+$900)

 

2024 Ford Ranger 4x4 pricing before on-road costs

VariantBodyPrice
XL Single Cab Bi-TurboCab Chas$47,980 (+$500)
XL Super Cab Bi-TurboCab Chas$50,480 (+$500)
XL Double Cab Single TurboCab Chas$48,980 (+$500)
XL Double Cab Bi-TurboCab Chas$52,480 (+$500)
XL Super Cab Bi-TurboPick Up$52,380 (+$500)
XLT Super Cab Bi-TurboPick Up$61,390 (+$900)
XLT Double Cab 3.0 V6Cab Chas$65,690 (+$1200)
XL Double Cab Single TurboPick Up$50,880 (+$500)
XL Double Cab Bi-TurboPick Up$54,380 (+$500)
XLS Double Cab Bi-TurboPick Up$55,430 (+$500)
Sport Double Cab Bi-TurboPick Up$65,890 (+$900)
Sport Double Cab 3.0 V6Pick Up$70,090 (+$1200)
XLT Double Cab Bi-TurboPick Up$63,390 (+$900)
XLT Double Cab 3.0 V6Pick Up$67,590 (+$1200)
Wildtrak Double Cab Bi-TurboPick Up$69,390 (+$900)
Wildtrak Double Cab 3.0 V6Pick Up$73,590 (+$1200)
Wildtrak X Double Cab Bi-TurboPick Up$76,890 (+$900)
Platinum Double Cab 3.0 V6Pick Up$79,390 (+$1200)
Raptor Double Cab 3.0 V6 PetrolPick Up$89,190 (+$1200)

 

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