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Why Ford thinks is better off offering only the F150 pick up truck in the US? I rather pay $30k for a fully loaded midsize than for a base f

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Great question. As you may know, the compact pickup market in the U.S. has been declining for more than 15 years now, having gone from almost 8 percent of the industry in the mid-90s to just over 2 percent last year.  For North America, we are prioritizing our resources to support continued improvement of the larger and industry-leading F-Series pickups — and that continued investment is resulting in class-leading fuel economy performance, with two V6 engines for the F-150, etc. For example, the standard 3.7L V6 in F-150 achieves best-in-class fuel economy of 17 city/23 hwy/19 combined mpg.*

*Class is Full-Size Pickups under 8,500 lbs. GVWR, Non-Hybrid. 4×2.

3 COMMENTS ON THIS QUESTION
Lemar At the risk of being insulting, I can't get a 5 passenger F-150 in any configuration into my garage. My Sport Trac fits. I'll end up considering buying most of your competetors when it comes time to buy again, because I can't park your best selling pick-up. Tell you what: You build me a new garage, and I'll buy an F-150 Crew Cab sparing absolutely no option.
10 months(s) ago via
Addison H True, The Near 20 year old styling and technology was the only thing holding Ranger back. A new more stylish Ranger with 1.6 & 2.0 Ecoboost engines would've sold great! Too bad the opportunity for that is missed......
1 year(s) ago via
Tom A If Ford would have updated the Ranger with their newer, more powerful and more efficient engines, and updated the styling, when they update the rest of their models a few years back, they would not have had the supposed sales problems.
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