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2024 Ford Ranger Packages Explained

The highly anticipated all-new North American 2024 Ford Ranger made its formal debut in May 2023, representing a complete generational shift for the popular midsize pickup. The redesigned pickup offers a host of standard and optional packages – eight, to be exact – and below, Ford Authority makes things easy by outlining exactly what’s included in each one, what they cost, and how to get them.

As a reminder, the 2024 Ford Ranger trim lineup consists of XL, XLT, Lariat, and Raptor. As with other vehicles in The Blue Oval’s lineup, package availability depends on trim level. With that in mind, let’s explore the packages offered on the 2024 Ranger.

STX Appearance Package

The STX Appearance Package (option code 76F) is standard on the Ranger XL, meaning it does not add any extra cost to the midsize pickup. This package includes includes a bevy of upgrades, outlined in the following list:

  • STX fender badge
  • 17-inch Silver-painted aluminum wheels (64E)
  • Dampened tailgate
  • LED reflector headlamps
  • Fog lamps – halogen
  • Front seat upgrades
    • Premium cloth bucket front seats
    • Eight-way manual adjustable driver’s seat including lumbar;
    • Six-Way manual adjustable passenger’s seat
    • Manual reclining seats (driver and passenger)

Chrome Appearance Package

The Chrome Appearance Package (option code 76G) is optional on XLT and Lariat trims, and must be added alongside the Integrated Box Side Step (47G), which adds $215 to the overall cost of the pickup. It is not able to be equipped in conjunction with the Sport Appearance Package; selecting this option automatically deselects this bundle.

The following list outlines equipment included in the Chrome Appearance Package:

  • 18-inch Chrome-Like PVD Wheels (64D)
  • Chrome door handles
  • Chrome exhaust tip
  • Chrome fog lamp bezel
  • Chrome rear bumper
  • Chrome mirror caps (Lariat only)
  • Grille – Chrome center bar and surround
  • Tow Hooks – chrome (4×4 only)
  • Wheel lip molding – Painted Body-Color
  • Running boards – Rectangular – Chrome (18E) (optional)

Sport Appearance Package

The 2024 Ford Ranger XLT and Lariat trims get the Sport Appearance Package (76E) as standard, and it’s not available in conjunction with the aforementioned STX Appearance Package. Content is as follows:

  • 17-inch Gray-painted aluminum Sport Wheel (64H) (XLT only)
  • 18-inch Machined Aluminum wheel with Dark pockets (64C) (Lariat only)
  • Grille – Gray painted center bar and surround
  • Gray painted front fascia and rear bumper
  • Sport Box Decal (not available with FX4 Off-Road package [914])
  • Wheel lip molding – Gray painted

Technology Package

The Technology Package (67D) is optional on the Ranger XLT, adding $1,560 to the overall cost of the pickup. This package bundles premium technologies, and includes the following:

  • Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go and Speed Sign Recognition
  • Front parking sensors
  • 360-degree camera
  • Enhanced Active Park Assist
  • Connected Built-In Navigation (three-year complimentary trial)

FX4 Off-Road Package

The 2024 Ford Ranger XLT and Lariat get yet another optional package, known as the FX4 Off-Road Package (914). It’s not offered on rear-wheel-drive models, and requires four-wheel-drive and Black running boards (18D) or Chrome running boards (18E) when the Chrome Appearance Package (76G) is selected. This package costs $1,295, and includes the following content:

  • FX4 Off-Road box decal
  • 17-inch Off-Road OWL Tires (THA) (standard with 17-inch wheels)
  • 18-inch Off-Road OWL Tires (TFX) (standard with 18-inch wheels)
  • Electronic-locking rear differential
  • Exposed steel bash plate, engine and transfer case shield, and fuel tank guard
  • Off-road screen in center stack
  • Off-road tuned shocks
  • FX4 selectable Drive Modes: Mud/Ruts, Sand
  • Trail Control
  • LT 17-inch 255/70R A/T OWL (TGX) (available option on XLT only- not available w/
    Chrome Appearance Package (76G))

Ford Co-Pilot 360

The 2024 Ford Ranger XLT is kitted out with the Ford Co-Pilot 360 package as standard, which adds quite a few premium driver assist features to the midsize pickup. This package is also optional on the Ranger XL fleet variant for an extra cost.

  • Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency braking (AEB)
    • Pedestrian Detection
    • Forward Collision Warning
    • Dynamic Brake Support
  •  Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) with cross-traffic alert and trailer coverage
  • Lane-Keeping System
    • Lane-Keeping Alert
    • Lane-Keeping Aid
    • Driver Alert
  • Rearview camera
  • Reverse Park Aid
  • Auto High-Beam headlamps

Trailer Tow Package

The Trailer Tow Package (53R) is optional on the 2024 Ford Ranger XL, XLT and Lariat trims; it is standard on the Ranger Raptor. This package costs $425, and includes the following:

  • Four-pin/seven-pin wiring harness
  • Class IV Trailer Hitch Receiver

Advanced Trailer Tow Package

The Advanced Trailer Tow Package increases the towing capacity of the 2024 Ranger XLT, Lariat and Raptor. It’s an optional extra that costs $825 for the XLT and Lariat trims, and is included as standard on Raptor models. This package includes the following:

  • Trailer Brake Controller
  • Pro Trailer Backup Assist
  • Reverse Park Aid with Trailer Guidance

Note that there are several variants of this package, although the content is the same. The Advanced Trailer Tow Package for the Ranger XLT can either be bundled with the Advanced Technology Package, or added as a standalone option. For the Ranger Lariat trim, the package differs between the 4×2 models and 4×4 models.

In addition to new styling inside and out, coupled with a handful of other major changes, the 2024 Ford Ranger nearly matches the EPA fuel economy ratings of its predecessor, as Ford Authority recently reported. However, the upgrades come at a cost, as the new Ranger is more expensive across the board. However, it’s important to note that the increase can be attributed to the inclusion of more equipment as standard. But considering that the Ranger beat out its fiercest rivals in a recent comparison, the pickup is an excellent buy for the price.

We’ll have more on the 2024 Ford Ranger soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Ranger news and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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  1. BuckYeah

    You mentioned the Raptor but did not cover it. Is it in another link?

    1. Carol

      I ordered my ranger May of 23! Still have not received it and it was built and ready on Feb 1st 2024!

  2. Joe

    PHEV pricing and availability ?

  3. Raymond Gaidusek

    The truck sounds great but I ordered my in December and the only thing I get from Ford is a note saying we are working on it. Please tell me when it will be built.

    1. Carol

      Mine was built on February 1st and still have not received it!!

  4. hottoddy

    read the fine print on the technology package. Looks like an up charge after a 3 year trial period. Would be interesting to see the actual dollar amount to continue the service

  5. Tommy Davis

    Soooooo…..when is the 2.7 V-6 going to be installed??? YOUR COMPETITION IS STARTING TO LOOK INVITING!!!!!

  6. Cory

    2.7 option is now available on the online build tool! $2,195 option only available with 4×4 models.

  7. Yellowpony

    Love the truck, but very disappointed that i ordered it to be flat towed behind my rv, only to find out that it can’t


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