The 2019 Ford Ranger starts at $25,395, including a $1,095 destination and delivery charge. That buys a base XL model with rear-wheel drive, SuperCab, and six-foot pickup bed. Ford doesn’t offer much else at that price: the XL comes with steel wheels, cloth seats, 3.5-inch display screen, and a four-speaker audio system (autonomous emergency braking is standard, though). But that’s the right approach for a truck, which is supposed to be about work first and toys second. Starting at $33,305, the XLT trim level adds more niceties, including alloy wheels, six-speaker audio system, 4.2-inch display screen, fog lights, and a built-in Wi-Fi hot spot. It also gets Ford’s new CoPilot360 suite of driver aids, which bundles automatic high beams, blind spot monitoring, and lane-keep assist.