• fb_1683368957 avatar Kindle Posted: 1/21/2013 10:53am PST

    Ford is always stepping up with style and innovation. This will be my husband new truck when are able to get it. Our year for 2012 ended with our van being total, got hit by a deer and me being really sick and still trying to recover. My husband will not consider anything else for a truck but a Ford. He loves all the technology and is impressed with the way Ford continues to improve with all their automobiles.

  • DCbound avatar DCbound Posted: 1/16/2013 4:41am PST

    Nice truck, but will soon need a small truck replacement for my 1986 Toyota 2WD with 408,000 miles. Read that Ford said there was no demand for small truck, so they dropped the Ranger, yet I still get people walking up all the time asking if I want to sale my 26 year old truck as they can't buy a new small truck. As for gas mileage on that 2.4L 4-cylinder, 25mpg mixed (my normal driving) and 32mpg highway even though it was only rated 29mpg. Don't need a step to climb into the bed as can lean over the rails and load from side up to 1/2 ton which is enough for yard care supplies. Bring back a real small truck Ford!

  • fb_1224815454 avatar Jim Posted: 1/15/2013 2:57pm PST

    Not sure GM or Chrysler can match this. There's a lot of tech here that goes way beyond what trucks are known for. But Ford recognizes that many buyers aren't going to be hauling lots of messy construction materials every day. This one is a real step up in the truck game and is why Ford stays on top!

  • ModernMode avatar ModernMode Posted: 1/15/2013 2:48pm PST

    The GM truck links in the article do not work.

  • fb_630537476 avatar Viknesh Posted: 1/16/2013 2:22am PST

    Thanks for the note M A. The links have been fixed.

  • fr8bil avatar fr8bil Posted: 1/15/2013 10:39am PST

    Nice styling re-do and great ideas on the radiator shutters, tailgate step assist which doubles as a bed extender but horrible, unneeded complexity on the wheel shutters. Can you imagine those in snow? Just design a solid wheel for pete's sake ! Atlas ? Nah, Super Duty far more appropriate and logical.