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Posted - 09/06/2020 : 04:16:03 Wish I could get the photos to appear on here, but if you look at these 2 webpages, they both have images in multiple colors. I knew a smaller-than-Ranger truck was coming, but not the Maverick name or its appearance. Now I'm intrigued enough to wait a year for this to go into production. Thought some of you might like to see some spy photos! Look down where it says "renderings" on this link, click for larger color images: https://www.motor1.com/news/438910/ford-maverick-sliding-rear-window/ Click the image on this page, it will rotate through different colors: https://www.msn.com/en-us/autos/news/2022-ford-maverick-pickup-everything-we-know/ar-BB17BM3a#image=BB17ByiG|1
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Posted - 09/06/2020 : 14:28:44 I'm also now hearing about a "Courier" that would be even smaller, based on an international model we don't presently sell in the US. Time will tell on that, but I think the Maverick will compete well, priced below the Ranger.
Posted - 09/06/2020 : 10:03:08 I would look at one of these to replace our pickup. I like the four door, and the small box for hauling.
Posted - 09/06/2020 : 08:38:27 Should be a winner for Ford. Especially if they can hold the price point steady.
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