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Old 06-14-2021, 06:54 PM   #101
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I'm sorry about talking Ridgeline so much, yall.

The Maverick is going to make major waves in the truck industry. It seems like a near perfect package for the affordable driveways of the suburbs. Ford throwing a unibody truck into the North American market will have far more effect than Honda did with 16 years of Ridgelines. It being a hybrid with solid stats is going to appeal to even more folks. Ford is firing on all cylinders here. This year's product debuts has made me nearly forget all about their decision to ditch cars.
Its strength is the ability to fit in a standard oversized garage which makes it accessible to people who are used to driving and parking similarly sized vehicles.
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Old 06-14-2021, 08:16 PM   #102
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I'm sorry about talking Ridgeline so much, yall.

The Maverick is going to make major waves in the truck industry. It seems like a near perfect package for the affordable driveways of the suburbs. Ford throwing a unibody truck into the North American market will have far more effect than Honda did with 16 years of Ridgelines. It being a hybrid with solid stats is going to appeal to even more folks. Ford is firing on all cylinders here. This year's product debuts has made me nearly forget all about their decision to ditch cars.
I agree, Ford has a winner here.

This is going to appeal to consumers in the same way crossovers did vs traditional SUVs. It looks like a truck and does some truck things, but is easier to drive and gets much better gas mileage than a traditional truck.

Marketing it towards the big city living folk was great marketing as well.
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Old 06-22-2021, 08:42 AM   #103
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Wife just learned about the Maverick on Sunday... All she's been talking about the past 2 days.. smh
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