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What if Ford's plan to make the smaller Maverick bed useful is to offer a folding pass through bed like the Chevrolet Avalanche used to offer? If that was the case, would it work for you? It would work for me.

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It’s an interesting thought but I would rather have a longer bed,say 5ft. The Santa Cruz doesn’t have it but does have the trunk in the floor like the Ridgeline.
Not sure if many other vehicles with beds do this, but seems you can change location of where tailgate hangs from in order to create a ledge.

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It’s an interesting thought but I would rather have a longer bed,say 5ft. The Santa Cruz doesn’t have it but does have the trunk in the floor like the Ridgeline.

I wish SantaCruz was hybrid…..eventually Hyundai will offer one…maybe next year IF Santa Cruz customers want one.
 

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As a Avalanche owner....It's production to use the pass thru...Take out the window...Store it..Take down the wall....and hope it doesn't leak when you put it back all together.. I've never taken mine out since I bought it last year but I did research it on the Avalanche Forum... Yea to much work to just carry a 4x8 sheet, I like the Cruz and specially the Maverick's way of carrying 4x8 sheets better
 

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I remembered seeing this video awhile back. Volkswagen had a small truck concept called Tarok and it had a passthru that didn’t require removing the rear window. Technically it could be done but I don’t know what issues it may cause or if the juice is worth the squeeze.
 

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i believe a better practical option to guard against weather intrusion might be a sliding rear bed level tunnel passthru (from bed into rear seat) just for long items (Skis, lumber, recumbent giraffe calf)
 

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I used to camp in my avalanche. I left the window and tonneau cover in, folded the seats down and put my torso in the back. There wasn't a whole much room but it worked!
 
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