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And I had to slowly back away from it all.....Base prices start at $27500 + then you add crewcab and more and your at $30,000 min. just keeping it at 2WD base models
The only one that was close was a Toyota 2WD crewcab base model with a i4 auto and you can't even find one online in the USA everything is V6 4WD If you could find one it would be around $28500.
I think we are very lucky to be on the ground floor with this Maverick..early orders kind of locks the dealer in to selling it for the price you reserved it for...
I feel very lucky !
 

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This is very true, truck prices are insanely high right now. I remember I bought a 2004 Colorado Z71 4x4 with probably 120k miles for $7,500 back in 2010/2011 time frame. Those good ol' days!
 

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This is very true, truck prices are insanely high right now. I remember I bought a 2004 Colorado Z71 4x4 with probably 120k miles for $7,500 back in 2010/2011 time frame. Those good ol' days!
This is very true, truck prices are insanely high right now. I remember I bought a 2004 Colorado Z71 4x4 with probably 120k miles for $7,500 back in 2010/2011 time frame. Those good ol' days!
Can I blow your mind Cactus? I bought 1983 S-10 Sport loaded, every option>>>>>7500 dollars! NEW! In October 1982.....:-0 My down payment for this Maverick!!!!!!!!
 

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But for FORD to bring out a PERFECT small truck for 22000 delivered.......amazing.......just amazing. Just the sheer ability it has. Just awesome. If I was a 20 something again>>>THIS IS MY TICKET! No brainer. I was in a quandry for weeks. I finally choose a Lariat FX4 Tow, and 4 other options 32,500 dollars. I want something I can live with for a longer time.....Being an older guy, id why, an go off road a little.
 

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And I had to slowly back away from it all.....Base prices start at $27500 + then you add crewcab and more and your at $30,000 min. just keeping it at 2WD base models
The only one that was close was a Toyota 2WD crewcab base model with a i4 auto and you can't even find one online in the USA everything is V6 4WD If you could find one it would be around $28500.
I think we are very lucky to be on the ground floor with this Maverick..early orders kind of locks the dealer in to selling it for the price you reserved it for...
I feel very lucky !
And I had to slowly back away from it all.....Base prices start at $27500 + then you add crewcab and more and your at $30,000 min. just keeping it at 2WD base models
The only one that was close was a Toyota 2WD crewcab base model with a i4 auto and you can't even find one online in the USA everything is V6 4WD If you could find one it would be around $28500.
I think we are very lucky to be on the ground floor with this Maverick..early orders kind of locks the dealer in to selling it for the price you reserved it for...
I feel very lucky !
I have been doing online truck builds between Tacoma, Ridgeline, and F150 for a couple of years now. Then, I would get frustrated and go looking for used trucks. Then, I would get frustrated and try new online builds again. The Maverick was a no brainer for me.
 

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But for FORD to bring out a PERFECT small truck for 22000 delivered.......amazing.......just amazing. Just the sheer ability it has. Just awesome. If I was a 20 something again>>>THIS IS MY TICKET! No brainer. I was in a quandry for weeks. I finally choose a Lariat FX4 Tow, and 4 other options 32,500 dollars. I want something I can live with for a longer time.....Being an older guy, id why, an go off road a little.

Don”t call it perfect just yet…..Don’t think that applies to any vehicle.
 

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Mainly perfect in the thought process, of great price and trim. Now perfection in build will only be told later after we all drive them a bit,
I just check Nissan and it starts at $30,000. Higher than Toyota... Can you image???
 
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Don”t call it perfect just yet…..Don’t think that applies to any vehicle.
I meant as the concept. A small 4 door truck. I loved my S-10. This Maverick is better in everyway in utilitiy. I hope it is FORD TUFF.
 

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I was at Freehold Toyota in NJ last weekend. And they had 5 base tacoma’s with I4 engines , extended cab , 6’ beds for $26,400 . If it would only get better gas mileage, like 29 to 32 mpg I would definitely consider it .
All I would do to it would be to through some nice rims on it .
 

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I have been doing online truck builds between Tacoma, Ridgeline, and F150 for a couple of years now. Then, I would get frustrated and go looking for used trucks. Then, I would get frustrated and try new online builds again. The Maverick was a no brainer for me.
 

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I was at Freehold Toyota in NJ last weekend. And they had 5 base tacoma’s with I4 engines , extended cab , 6’ beds for $26,400 . If it would only get better gas mileage, like 29 to 32 mpg I would definitely consider it .
All I would do to it would be to through some nice rims on it .
What they need is crewcab instead of extended cab.... My dealer had the same coming in.. I might of bought it if it would of been a crewcab I4 2WD I like Toyota's
 

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I meant as the concept. A small 4 door truck. I loved my S-10. This Maverick is better in everyway in utilitiy. I hope it is FORD TUFF.
As another former S-10 owner (1997 standard cab) I'm also excited by the Maverick. Ticks off all the boxes for me plus can seat 5, which my S-10 couldn't do until I got the camper shell for it.
 

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I was at Freehold Toyota in NJ last weekend. And they had 5 base tacoma’s with I4 engines , extended cab , 6’ beds for $26,400 . If it would only get better gas mileage, like 29 to 32 mpg I would definitely consider it .
All I would do to it would be to through some nice rims on it .
Unfortunately Toyota has weird cab set-ups. I don't like how you sit on the floor. Sorry. Feels like my Challenger, a car.
 
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