Could be, we are all hoping Ford includes it...is there a chance this might have 3 pedals 6 speed manual transmission
It's called BIG corporate profits and greed. Ford started out with a reasonably priced Ranger back in the 80's and 90's and then discontineud the truck in 2011 when sales started to tank and they should have updated instead , but the bean counters wanted more profits so the new Ranger is more costly than they were before. That's why Ford got out of the car business, not enough profit in their outdated cars. Look at any dealership and 85% of the trucks on lots are loaded to the hilt big dollar trucks and the stripped down XL models are far and few between. That's why Ford has to offer upwards of $4000. 00 rebates to clear out the left over 19 models. Go figureLooking and comparing makes me wonder, way back when these midsize trucks were rehashed and reintroduced (to compete against the Tacoma + Frontier) that Ford and GM should have just made these smaller (Maverick and let's call it a Chevy Luv for grins) pickups are a much cheaper price point, instead of these Ford Rangers and Chevy Colorados that are priced too close to the full size F-150's and Silverados...
Michelins are 225/60/R18 (or maybe 16).One prototype has Continental tires and one has Michelin tires but I can't make out the tire sizes.
Your arms are almost 6 feet long?? Wow. LolMy 5'10" arms may be able to touch the bottom of the Maverick bed (from the side...)
Thanks. I'm betting 18s are more likely because people want big wheels these days...Michelins are 225/60/R18 (or maybe 16).