These Are All The Accessories You Can Order For The 2019 Ford Ranger

The full range of accessories set to be offered alongside the 2019 Ford Ranger has leaked online thanks to the Ranger 5G forum.

All in all, Ranger owners will have more than 75 accessories from the factory to choose from when creating their perfect pickup. These accessories range from visual modifications to special carriers that cater towards a host of different recreational hobbies customers may have.

On the purely visual front, they can specify 18-inch black wheels and fender flares, though it remains unclear if these fenders are identical to those used by the Ranger Raptor. Other accessories include at least two different exterior graphics designs, an exterior trim kit with hood lettering, bespoke chrome exhaust tips and a bull bar.

As for the aforementioned carriers, Ford has designed racks and carriers that support everything from kayaks to paddleboards, skis and snowboards. Not all pricing details have been announced, but the paddleboard carrier is priced at a reasonable $150, while the Ski Carrier Adapter will set buyers back $269 and support up to 6 pairs of skis and four snowboards.

There are also dozens of accessories designed for the pickup truck’s bed. These include $107 bed rails, a storage box, tailgate lock, different liners, and six tonneau covers, including soft and hard ones.

Customers also have various interior options like all-weather floor mats, seat covers, floor liners, and chrome door sill plates.

Regardless of what accessories 2019 Rangers are ordered with, all (except the Raptor) are powered by a 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder delivering 270 hp and 310 lb-ft (420 Nm) of torque. Pricing for the new Ranger starts at $25,395.

Here’s the list of the optional extras available for the 2019 Ranger, courtesy of

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  • ksegg

    It’s crazy how much larger cars/trucks/suv have become.

    This Ranger looks like what a first generation Tundra’s size was.

  • Dr Bjorn K. Von Strangefingger

    Hopefully the last option is the Delete Purchase opti9n.

  • Paul Webster

    I priced my 2019 Ranger out online. $37800. To high for my taste. Guess I’ll keep looking or wait for the used Ranger (new) market to develop.

    • brn

      I priced mine at about $36K, which is crazy high. Interestingly, still less than similarly equipped competition.

  • General. Koofta

    I have to buy my truck and put in service in FY 2018. I waited for the Ranger but they took too damn long not delivering till 2019. I have to go with Colorado….shame

  • Ryan50

    Ecoboost sucks. When will they throw it all in the trash?

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