This Trane oil furnace price list gives complete pricing for each model. The prices we offer are not straight from Trane but are gathered through reader input as well as our monitoring of the market. Trane oil furnaces are among the top-rated for quality and durability. They are built with top of the line components and with regular cleaning will provide 15-20 years or more of dependable service. As with most brands, the lineup is more limited than the gas furnace lineup.
Trane makes 2 oil furnaces, the XV80 with 85% efficiency and the more affordable XP80 with 82.7% efficiency. Both come in standard and lowboy models. See our oil furnace reviews for more details on these or other models you may want to consider. If you’re putting together a complete split system, check out our Trane central air conditioner reviews in our HVAC reviews section.
Trane XV80 Oil Furnace Prices
This is Trane’s best oil furnace and it comes in a range of styles, all of which are 87,000 BTU furnaces. The burner used is the Beckett Flame retention burner, the highest-rated available. The most efficient at 85% AFUE is the lowboy model with rear flue. Here are the different XV80 oil furnace models with their current prices.
XV80 Variable Speed downflow/horizontal 84.8% AFUE: $1,889
XV80 Variable Speed lowboy front flue 82.9% AFUE: $1,749
XV80 Variable Speed lowboy with rear flue 85% AFUE: $1,979
XV80 Variable Speed highboy vertical 82.9% AFUE: $1,559
Trane XP80 Oil Furnaces
These are quality units too, with a rolled heavy-gauge steel heat exchanger and the Beckett Flame Retention burner. There’s a wider range of capacities as well as both lowboy and highboy design for installation versatility. Here are the XP80 prices for the different capacities.
70,000 BTU Trane XP80 furnace: $1,379
87,000 BTU Trane XP80 furnace: $1,529
98,000 BTU Trane XP80 furnace: $1,679
114,000 BTU Trane XP80 furnace: $1,899
Choosing your Trane Oil Furnace
All Trane oil furnaces are backed by Trane’s best warranty. It covers the heat exchanger for life and all functional parts for 10 years. You can have confidence with all of these models that you’re getting a reliable, well-built oil furnace that should perform very well in the years ahead.
If you live in a climate with milder winters, a less efficient Trane oil furnace might be a cost-effective choice. In colder climates, it will make sense to pay more for a more efficient model. The lower fuel bills will start paying you back immediately and you’ll recover the extra cost in just a few years. See our oil furnace reviews for more details on these and other quality models.