2022 Ford Ranger: Full pricing revealed

Ford Ranger pricing has been announced ahead of the start of sales in June 2022, across the complete range comprising six specification levels and three cab styles.

The company has also published a full list of options and accessories and their respective prices, which you can also view below.

The core range starts at $35,930 before on-road costs for the XL single-cab-chassis workhorse in standard high-rider body-style, right up to $70,190 for the Wildtrak weekend warrior grade with its new V6 diesel option.

Where direct like-for-like comparisons are possible, list pricing between the old and new Ranger models has increased by between $240 and $2240 – although in some cases such as the big-selling XLT BiTurbo, list pricing is actually unchanged.

Meanwhile the standalone Ranger Raptor with about twice the power of the old model tops the line-up at $85,490 before on-road costs – up a significant $6100 on the old Raptor X halo.

The 2022 Ford Ranger will include XL, XLS, XLT, Sport, Wildtrak and Raptor specification grades, and offer four engine choices all solely available with automatic transmissions.

The headliner diesel is Ford’s 184kW and 600Nm 3.0-litre V6 diesel in XLT, Sport and Wildtrak grades. A revised 2.0-litre BiTurbo four-cylinder diesel makes 154kW (down 3kW) and a familiar 500Nm, while the base 2.0-litre single-turbo diesel makes 125kW and 403Nm.

The V6 diesel costs $3000 more than the 2.0-litre BiTurbo four-cylinder alternative.

The Ranger Raptor switches the old four-pot diesel for a 292kW and 583Nm 3.0-litre V6 turbo-petrol option, designed to make the vehicle hot-hatch fast on dirt.

Like the previous Ranger, this new model was designed and engineered for the globe in Australia by Ford’s local engineering division. It uses an updated version of the familiar T6 architecture but takes big strides when it comes to technology, as well as power and torque.

As we know, this new Ranger will also be the base for the next-generation Volkswagen Amarok, which is still yet to be fully revealed, and which was also heavily engineered in Australia by a team embedded locally.

With the outgoing Ranger still immensely popular right to the end of its life cycle, this new one will no doubt send a warning shot to rivals such as the Toyota HiLux, Isuzu D-Max, Mitsubishi Triton, Mazda BT-50, and Nissan Navara.

2022 Ford Ranger pricing

Before on-road costs, drive-away deals will come and go

Ford Ranger XL Price
4×2 single cab chassis, 2.0 single-turbo diesel, 6AT $35,930 (up $1040)
4×2 extended cab chassis, 2.0 single-turbo diesel, 6AT $38,430 (up $1040)
4×2 dual cab chassis, 2.0 single-turbo diesel, 6AT $40,430 (up $1040)
4×2 dual cab pickup, 2.0 single-turbo diesel, 6AT $42,330 (up $1540)
4×4 single cab chassis, 2.0 bi-turbo diesel, 10AT $47,030 (up $1740)
4×4 extended cab chassis, 2.0 bi-turbo diesel, 10AT $49,530 (up $240)
4×4 extended cab pickup, 2.0 bi-turbo diesel, 10AT $51,430 (up $2240)
4×4 dual cab chassis, 2.0 single-turbo diesel, 6AT $48,030 (up $740)
4×4 dual cab chassis, 2.0 bi-turbo diesel, 10AT $51,530 (up $240)
4×4 dual cab pickup, 2.0 single-turbo diesel, 6AT $49,930 (up $1240)
4×4 dual cab pickup, 2.0 bi-turbo diesel, 10AT $53,430 (up $740)
Ford Ranger XLS Price
4×2 dual cab pickup, 2.0 bi-turbo diesel, 10AT $46,730
4×4 dual-cab pickup, 2.0 bi-turbo diesel, 10AT $54,330 (up $1840)
Ford Ranger XLT Price
4×2 dual cab pickup, 2.0 bi-turbo diesel, 10AT $53,990 (up $700)
4×4 extended cab pickup, 2.0 bi-turbo diesel, 10AT $59,190 (no change)
4×4 dual cab pickup, 2.0 bi-turbo diesel, 10AT $61,190 (no change)
4×4 dual cab chassis, 3.0 V6 diesel, 10AT $62,290
4×4 dual cab pickup, 3.0 V6 diesel, 10AT $64,190
Ford Ranger Sport Price
4×4 dual cab pickup, 2.0 bi-turbo diesel, 10AT $63,690
4×4 dual cab pickup, 3.0 V6 diesel, 10AT $66,690
Ford Ranger Wildtrak Price
4×4 dual cab pickup, 2.0 bi-turbo diesel, 10AT $67,190 (up $1100)
4×4 dual cab pickup, 3.0 V6 diesel, 10AT $70,190
Ford Ranger Raptor Price
4×4 dual cab pickup, 3.0 V6 petrol, 10AT: $85,490 $85,490

2022 Ford Ranger factory options

Wheels and tyres Available on MLP inc. GST
17″ steel wheels, all-terrain tyres, steel spare XL 4×4 $750
17″ alloy wheels, all-terrain tyres, steel spare XLS 4×4 $750
17″ all-terrain tyres XLT 4×4 $500
18″ all-terrain tyres Sport 4×4 $500
17″ Beadlock-capable alloy wheels, matching spare Raptor $2000
4×4 and touring packs Available on MLP inc. GST
Steel underbody protection, 17” all-terrain tyres, 17” steel spare and locking rear diff XL 4×2
XLS 4X2
$1150
Steel underbody protection, 17” all-terrain tyres, 17” steel spare XLT 4×2 $650
Integrated trailer brake controller, 360-degree camera, puddle lamp mirrors, zone lighting XLT 4×4
Sport 4×4
$900
Tow bar with integrated trailer brake controller XL
XLS
$1700
Integrated trailer brake controller XLT 4×2 $500
Heavy duty suspension XL 4×2
XL 4×4
$500
Tech and premium packs Available on MLP inc. GST
SYNC 4A – embedded voice recognition, sat-nav, DAB+, dual-zone climate control, rear vents, keyless entry with button start XLS $750
Matrix LED headlight, LED tail lights, auxiliary overhead switches, premium audio by B&O Wildtrak $1500
Bed liners Available on MLP inc. GST
Spray-in XL
XLS
$900
Spray-in, instead of plastic drop-in liner XLT
Sport
$400
Paint and stickers Available on MLP inc. GST
Prestige paint All grades $675
Decals Raptor $500

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