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2022 Ford Maverick

TMac

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I couldn't find a correctly or incorrectly spelled ridgeline in the article. But, I'll say this, Ford will sell a ton of these. Interestingly, I remember being young when the original maverick commercials came out my parents bought two of those at $1995. Equivalent in today's dollars to about $14,500 per vehicle. An amazing value. Living in Michigan, there were no floor pans, or quarter panels left by '73!
 
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Won't hurt the F150, but I can see Ranger sales dropping.
 
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Burlington, ON, Canada
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Honestly it does nothing for me. They did not do a good job of the front end at all. The whole package basically looks, as I believe was mentioned above, like a Honda Ridgeline. That front end is…yeah. I can see it having its purpose for people who need a light truck in crowded city or something, but otherwise it’s a no from me.
 
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Won't hurt the F150, but I can see Ranger sales dropping.
They just need to beef up the Ranger a bit. Now that they have a true compact truck, but the Bronco spec 2.7L in the Ranger (330hp and 415ft-lb). I'd buy that in a heartbeat. Maybe offer a Raptor or ST variant. If they don't make any changes, yes the Ranger sales will dip and possibly cause its demise.
 


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