Ford Ranger RTR Package Priced At Under $10,000

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One of the cool Ford Ranger trucks that Ford was teasing before SEMA 2019 was the RTR Rambler truck. While most of the cars and trucks that are seen at SEMA are one-off builds that ordinary folks can’t afford, the Ranger RTR truck will be a package that anyone can buy and have authorized dealers install on their new Ford Ranger.

One thing we wondered when we saw the truck in renderings and at the show was how much it would add to the price of a stock Ford Ranger truck. Many of these parts are likely to be sold individually for Ranger owners to add to their truck on their own if they desire. RTR has done this in the past with RTR parts for the Ford Mustang, and there is no indication it won’t do the same with the Ranger.

The standard parts list for the Ford Ranger RTR is as follows:

  • RTR Upper Grille w/ LED Lighting
  • RTR Fender Flares
  • RTR 17” Tech 6 Wheels (Satin Charcoal) with 265/70R17 Nitto Ridge Grappler Tires
  • Fox 2.0 Performance Coilovers
  • Ford Performance Cat-Back Exhaust
  • RTR License Plate Frame
  • RTR Dealer Graphics Package
  • RTR Floor Liners
  • RTR Dealer Fender Vents with Badges
  • RTR Dealer Serialized Dash Plaque Signed by Vaughn Gittin Jr.
  • Black Performance Lug Nuts and TPMS

Optional parts for the truck include an RTR leather package and an RTR Grille with LED lightbar. The standard RTR package adds $9,800 to the price of the truck. We aren’t sure if the package price includes installation. The options aren’t priced up on the RTR website.

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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  1. The parts are worth only a couple of thousand dollars. The British guys who work in body shops can make fenders from aluminum by hand cheaper than this. Instead of a Fake fast truck, dump the crappy 2.3 liter engine and drop in a serious used twin turbo 3.5 liter from the F-150. They have 470 lbs feet of torque, so a new aftermarket rear end will be required and a driveshaft with the trans from the 3.5 liter full size F-150 pickup. You could get all that stuff for less than $6,000 and you will be able to blow off most cars on the road, as long as you set up the rear suspension for acceleration when you put the pedal to the metal.

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