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    Interesting

    Auto makers are moving away from small cars because of low margins. I guess the margins for small pick-ups are better?
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    Australian small Ford pickup truck. Nice looking......



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    Quote Originally Posted by smark View Post
    Smaller trucks, are now becoming more and more popular here. This smaller truck from Fiat, the Toro. Is now being offered in South America. Nice looking little truck. How many of you, would be interested in purchasing a truck like this one?



    FCA would have to build them in a NAFTA zone. The "Chicken Tax," a 25% tariff on light trucks, is still in place. Which is why there are no imported pick ups, even from the Japanese OEMs.
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    They also have the Tipo, and many Chrysler products are rebranded Fiat over there, such as the Journey and the Ram Promaster.
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    Here's your Fiat pick-up. But rebadged as a RAM, NAFTA built and headed to a Dodge dealer.

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    I wouldn't buy one since I already have a nice old 2004 Ranger std cab pickup which hauls everything I need it to - and much, much more than that thing could. It's hard to see the point of such a vehicle, as the bed is so small. It's a sedan with no trunk lid. With the seats folded I bet a Renegade/500X can haul something bigger. If not, get a utility trailer.

    Something like the Rabbit pickup, or the Ramcharger copy, would be great. Those were useful trucks which could also get good mileage. But in this day it would have to be a 4-dr, which means no truck bed of any use.
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    I miss my 1986 Mazda B2200 pickup. Brand new it cost me, less then $7,000. I wish car manufactures, would build small pickup trucks. Like these again. I hauled furniture, lawn mowers, snow blowers, trees, mulch, dirt, etc. in that little puppy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by smark View Post
    I miss my 1986 Mazda B2200 pickup. Brand new it cost me, less then $7,000. I wish car manufactures, would build small pickup trucks. Like these again. I hauled furniture, lawn mowers, snow blowers, trees, mulch, dirt, etc. in that little puppy.

    Nice truck, and a real one too. Basically similar to my Ranger.
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    Most people don't buy pick ups for utility, much as most people don't buy SUVs for "sport" OR "utility."
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    My neighbors pull their boats and trailers with their full size Toyota, and Ford trucks. The new neighbor across the street was hauling land scape rocks yesterday, and brown mulch. With his Nissan pickup. The majority of our neighbor drive SUV’s or small cross overs. They have kids, to take to school, activities, and sporting events. I think I’m the only person in my neighbor. That drives a small car. First the smart car, and now the old 500.

    We used our Jeep Grand Cherokees, to go off road camping, and mountain biking. Both had trailer hitches too. Snow never stopped them.Those vehicles hauled a lot building supplies too. Garden supplies too. They Used a lot of fuel. We use our KiA Souls for trade shows across the country now. If I needed a larger truck, I can rent a pickup from U haul, or Home Depot. This afternoon. The Honda lawnmower crapped out. It sure wouldn’t fit in the back of my 500. Took the daughters Jeep Renegade. Nice to have utility.
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