2019 Ford Ranger Accessories & Pricing Revealed

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That is circa 2005. You would think they would have at least slimmed it down by this point. It really sticks out. I ordered it. I wonder if it’s a factory or dealer installed keypad, because I might just mount it (or remount it in a hidden location in the bed of the truck, out of sight. I only use the keypad in special circumstances anyway as a backup.
 

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If it is ordered with the truck when new, it probably will be hard-wired just like all the other trucks are. If you want it after the fact, you can probably get the battery powered version.
 

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If it is ordered with the truck when new, it probably will be hard-wired just like all the other trucks are. If you want it after the fact, you can probably get the battery powered version.
I disagree. I’m going to say the keypad pictured above it is battery powered regardless. It is essentially identical to the battery keypad I had installed onto my Explorer in 2005. If Ford were going to hard wire a keypad onto the door it would be in the same fashion as every other model post 2012, nice and flush. They would just restrict to a higher trim level and then give you the option for this outdated stick-on keypad for XL models. I just hope this one isn’t factory installed (stuck-on) so I don’t have remove it before I remount it.
 

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I disagree. I’m going to say the keypad pictured above it is battery powered regardless. It is essentially identical to the battery keypad I had installed onto my Explorer in 2005. If Ford were going to hard wire a keypad onto the door it would be in the same fashion as every other model post 2012, nice and flush. They would just restrict to a higher trim level and then give you the option for this outdated stick-on keypad for XL models. I just hope this one isn’t factory installed (stuck-on) so I don’t have remove it before I remount it.
This was on the Lariat.
 


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I disagree. I’m going to say the keypad pictured above it is battery powered regardless. It is essentially identical to the battery keypad I had installed onto my Explorer in 2005. If Ford were going to hard wire a keypad onto the door it would be in the same fashion as every other model post 2012, nice and flush. They would just restrict to a higher trim level and then give you the option for this outdated stick-on keypad for XL models. I just hope this one isn’t factory installed (stuck-on) so I don’t have remove it before I remount it.
That's fine. You can disagree, but you would be wrong unless Ford decided to change the way they have ALWAYS installed them from the factory. Which is what we are talking about, not after the fact like your 05 Explorer.
 

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WITH LAUNCH OF ALL-NEW 2019 RANGER, FORD MAKES YAKIMA OUTDOOR ADVENTURE ACCESSORIES AVAILABLE IN DEALERSHIPS

DEARBORN, Mich., Nov. 13, 2018 – To better meet the needs of adventure-seeking Ford customers, Ford Accessories will offer Yakima outdoor adventure products through Ford dealerships starting with the launch of the all-new 2019 Ford Ranger in early 2019.

Ranger customers will be able to select from a range of available Yakima accessories, and can choose to add the cost to their vehicle financing. For added convenience, all Yakima accessories purchased through a Ford dealership come with a 3-year or 36,000-mile Ford warranty; extended warranties also are available.

“We know our customers see their vehicles as extensions of themselves,” said Eric Cin, global director, Vehicle Personalization. “With the addition of Yakima accessories, Ford aims to enhance the experiences of adventure-driven customers by delivering innovative solutions such as truck bed racks that preserve cargo space by lifting kayaks, bikes and skis off the floor of the bed. It’s about making each adventure better.”

Industry projections indicate consumers will spend $45 billion on vehicle personalization parts in 2018, according to the SEMA 2018 Market Report. Considering aftermarket suppliers account for more than 50 percent of personalization accessory purchases, increasing accessibility through Ford dealers may boost dealer business while improving convenience for customers.

Beginning in early 2019, the highest-selling Yakima accessories will be available to meet the greatest customer demand. Available accessories include kayak racks, bike racks, truck-bed storage solutions designed to transport longer items securely, and truck-bed tents that keep customers and their essentials off the ground. Additional Yakima offerings will join the Ford Accessories portfolio over time to give customers access to more of the products that best fit their lives.

Some accessories that will be available in early 2019 include:

  • BedRock Heavy Duty (HD) truck bed rack (78-inch HD Crossbar)
    The low-profile BedRock elevates your truck bed capacity with a low-height rack system capable of carrying bikes, skis, boats or boxes above the bed, preserving the storage capacity underneath.

    Also compatible with BedRock:
    • SkyRise medium rooftop tent
  • BaseLine tower and JetStream crossbar cab rack
    BaseLine’s design and adjustability allow it to fit to a vehicle’s roof for a clean and secure fit.

    Also compatible with BaseLine:
    • MegaWarrior basket with light bracket and large stretch net
    • SlimShady awning
  • LongArm bed extender with pad
    The LongArm truck bed extender easily extends the length of any truck bed up to four feet. Light and strong, the aluminum, hitch-mounted rack helps haul kayaks, boards, lumber, ladders and more. The LongArm is adjustable to three distinct load-carrying positions and rated to carry up to 300 pounds in lower positions.
  • GateKeeper tailgate pad (Large; for up to six bikes)
    GateKeeper’s durable nylon exterior protects the attached bike from the truck's tailgate, while the soft felt backing protects the vehicle’s paint. Integrated SitTight™ bike cradles add extra stability and protection to bikes, and the HindSight™ tuck-away cover opens up the view for the vehicle’s rearview camera.
A complete list of accessories available for Ford Ranger can be found here.

“Offering Yakima products through our Ford dealerships is a win-win,” Cin said. “It provides customers access to quality adventure accessories and gives them another reason to return to dealerships.”

Ford also is exploring a variety of other accessories options to continue the momentum of bringing valuable ownership experiences to Ford customers.
 

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Bad news!

Keyless Entry Keypad For Vehicles With Factory Remote Start

To Come 2Q 2019

Keyless Entry Keypad For Vehicles Without Factory Remote Start

To Come 2Q 2019
 

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Wow, that is some delay for a keypad. I guess I won’t be expecting my Lariat until April at the earliest now.
I wasn’t sure if this is the factory installed keypad or third-party version.
 

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