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fearthevoices
fearthevoices

Not a surprise! Dwindling dealer stock and prices comparable to full-sized trucks meant it was only a matter of time -- ditto with the Ranger too, you could hardly find a decent one on the lots, they were all either econo fleet models or loaded, nothing in between.

ncskibum
ncskibum

Bring me a diesel in a small truck! Don't care who does it, just do it soon. The current small trucks don't really get much better mileage than the full sized, so why bother? A diesel sould be able to get upper 20s around town and mid 30s on the highway. It should be able to be used as a truck to the full limits of the body and frame.

Rityshep
Rityshep

I would like to see a truck simalar to a Ranger but with a modern suspension and engine. 2.5L direct injected E-85 engine or 3L V-6 would be nice. As far as I care Chysler always had this market all wrong. Trucks are for making money or work not for fun. When GM and Dodge forgot this we lost interest

lasvegascolonel
lasvegascolonel

Chrysler should do what Ford has refused to do and what GM is sitting on the fence with---namely, provide the U.S. public what other countries get---a compact truck. Both Ford and GM have brand new compact trucks for its overseas customers. Toyota and Nissan fill the niche for those who don't want a large pickup. If American companies refuse to support the U.S. public, we'll continue to buy Toyota, Nissan, Honda, etc.

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