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Only 20% gets the FX4 off-road package, wow!
I actually ordered 2WD, but with tow and locking rear diff. My Grand Cherokee is full time 4WD, my F-150 Sport is shift on the fly 4WD, and my Maverick is AWD. I got the 4WD covered and no need or desire for a more expensively optioned 4WD Ranger too.
 

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100% they are.
I'm pretty sure Fleet orders not included here. They have their own Priority code and usually optioned slightly different than the retail orders too.
 

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Yeah, I’d probably go for an XL. But if custom ordering not sure why people would go with white, unless as it sounds like, it’s for fleets.
I ordered an XL in White. I've had 4 Rangers and 2 were White. I like the way they look with contrasting Black elements like door handles, mirror caps, mud flaps, grill, bumper, etc. Also, I live at 6200' elevation with very thin atmosphere and White with lighter (Grey usually) interior is the best combination for the hotter weather comfort in your truck and no negatives to speak of for other seasons.
 

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I actually ordered 2WD, but with tow and locking rear diff. My Grand Cherokee is full time 4WD, my F-150 Sport is shift on the fly 4WD, and my Maverick is AWD. I got the 4WD covered and no need or desire for a more expensively optioned 4WD Ranger too.
I ordered an XLT 2WD with towing and locking rear diff. Same on AWD covered already, by our Subaru, mainly getting this for camper and projects/utility.
 

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I ordered an XLT 2WD with towing and locking rear diff. Same on AWD covered already, by our Subaru, mainly getting this for camper and projects/utility.
Sounds like we ordered similar trucks. 2wd, Advanced Towing, and a locking rear differential. My wife's car is a '22 Outback :)
 

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Only 20% gets the FX4 off-road package, wow!
When the majority of orders are Raptors, there won’t be that many FX4’s ordered. That’s my take on it.
 

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Curious about the white XLs- I wonder if those are fleet orders.
White is definitely for fleet if they're included in these numbers.

Between all the forums I've seen at least one or two people say they ordered an XL.
I took a Black XL. Didn't see much difference between XL and XLT this year when you're not adding tons of options. I wanted a Raptor but couldn't justify paying the huge markups right now. Adding a ton of features made it creep up in price to "almost raptor price" and it made me frustrated so I went with a base XL and added 4wd with locker, a hitch, and carpet. It's going to be my second car mostly used for camping so I'm fine with not having a ton of luxuries. Not only was FX4 not available, I wanted different wheels and tires anyway. Not worth it. I'll just add a fox lift kit.
 

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I actually ordered 2WD, but with tow and locking rear diff. My Grand Cherokee is full time 4WD, my F-150 Sport is shift on the fly 4WD, and my Maverick is AWD. I got the 4WD covered and no need or desire for a more expensively optioned 4WD Ranger too.
Asking out of curiosity. If you already have an F150 and a Maverick and are planning to keep both, what purpose does the Ranger serve for you?
 

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Asking out of curiosity. If you already have an F150 and a Maverick and are planning to keep both, what purpose does the Ranger serve for you?
I have to share the F-150 with my wife and her horse activities and it's overkill for my average uses. Maverick was always a compromise for me and place holder for a midsize that had S Cab + 6' bed without all the worst of the nanny tech mandatory currently implemented with more coming. I never wanted front wheel drive with transverse motor either, but figured I would get it while the getting was good. I'm looking for the right opportunity on a 2022/2023 Nissan Frontier King Cab to present it itself, or eventual offering of the Ranger SCab +longer bed. At that point Maverick goes away, replaced by the mid-size better fit.
 

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When the majority of orders are Raptors, there won’t be that many FX4’s ordered. That’s my take on it.
Plus I’m sure there are a few who are holding out for a Tremor to be available. I’m one of them. Not only hold out for a Tremor bust also more cab configurations as well (SuperCrew longbed please).

Am I the only person who found these stats being published odd? Like Ford is showing the competition its hand of cards?!?! I find it strange.
 

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Plus I’m sure there are a few who are holding out for a Tremor to be available. I’m one of them. Not only hold out for a Tremor bust also more cab configurations as well (SuperCrew longbed please).

Am I the only person who found these stats being published odd? Like Ford is showing the competition its hand of cards?!?! I find it strange.
All indications are only crew cab, short bed and no Tremor for 2024.
 

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Am I the only person who found these stats being published odd? Like Ford is showing the competition its hand of cards?!?! I find it strange.
I view it as them trying to drum up an article to get more publicity and get the word out that you can order a 2024 to try to entice more sales. The media hasn’t gotten ahold of any trucks beyond the ones that had at the premiere, so frankly there can’t be much articles written right now. This was a way to create an article to get themselves out there again in front of eyeballs. And it’s data that they track for sales forecasting and internal decision-making anyway, so might as well use “free” data you already have lying around.
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