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We just caught the Ford Maverick pickup running with little disguise during a quick public road drive. This is our first all-encompassing look at Ford’s sub-Ranger pickup, revealing all of the truck’s major design elements! Headlights, tail-lights, and grille are all completely undisguised, while the rest is covered in a highly-revealing graphic camo.


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Maybe soon we'll see some better photos of the truck's interior. Can't wait to see what else is in store!

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This looks like it could be a winner! I do have two concerns with these newest pictures. One is the ground clearance which looks like it's on the low side, however, this is still preproduction so things could still change.

The second thing is that the width of the rear doors looks kind of small which makes me think there won't be very much leg room in the rear seats. I'm 6' 5" and my kids pre teens who are tall for their age & still growing, so I need to be able to comfortably fit 4 people. I understand it's a compact truck and they can only do so much with combining cabin space with a useable bed but I'm really, really hoping for an interior that's roomy enough for a family of four who are all on the tall side.

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Anyone Specialize in reading blurring pictures?! Lol
I didn't even notice that in the pictures until you pointed it out. That's really interesting and odd that it has a window sticker! Is that normal for testing mules to have window stickers displayed? I know I've never seen it.
 

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Ford Authority claims those are 18 in wheels, and using that as the bases for my pixel counting math, I get the bed being 53.4 inches. The picture isn't perfectly square, but it strengthens my belief that the bed will be 54 in (4.5 ft).
this has me oh so curious. That’s the absolute shortest bed I could live with. If there’s a good bed extender I could be buying
 

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I didn't even notice that in the pictures until you pointed it out. That's really interesting and odd that it has a window sticker! Is that normal for testing mules to have window stickers displayed? I know I've never seen it.
I have seen that before on vehicles prior to there release to the public.
 

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This looks like it could be a winner! I do have two concerns with these newest pictures. One is the ground clearance which looks like it's on the low side, however, this is still preproduction so things could still change.

The second thing is that the width of the rear doors looks kind of small which makes me think there won't be very much leg room in the rear seats. I'm 6' 5" and my kids pre teens who are tall for their age & still growing, so I need to be able to comfortably fit 4 people. I understand it's a compact truck and they can only do so much with combining cabin space with a useable bed but I'm really, really hoping for an interior that's roomy enough for a family of four who are all on the tall side.

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I’m curious if your family has tested the Ranger seating? I’m being genuine with that
This looks like it could be a winner! I do have two concerns with these newest pictures. One is the ground clearance which looks like it's on the low side, however, this is still preproduction so things could still change.

The second thing is that the width of the rear doors looks kind of small which makes me think there won't be very much leg room in the rear seats. I'm 6' 5" and my kids pre teens who are tall for their age & still growing, so I need to be able to comfortably fit 4 people. I understand it's a compact truck and they can only do so much with combining cabin space with a useable bed but I'm really, really hoping for an interior that's roomy enough for a family of four who are all on the tall side.

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i think the angle of this image is throwing the measurements off. The side image in this thread shows a back door comparable to the front door(keep in mind the front door panel includes part of the dashboard)
 

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I’m curious if your family has tested the Ranger seating? I’m being genuine with that

i think the angle of this image is throwing the measurements off. The side image in this thread shows a back door comparable to the front door(keep in mind the front door panel includes part of the dashboard)
We have not yet tried the Ranger to see how spacious it is but I think once we vaccinated we will do that.
You might be right about the angle of that picture. There's really no way to know for sure if we'll fit comfortably until we can actually sit it.
 

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We have not yet tried the Ranger to see how spacious it is but I think once we vaccinated we will do that.
You might be right about the angle of that picture. There's really no way to know for sure if we'll fit comfortably until we can actually sit it.
I’m hoping to fit infant car seats so I’m with you in hoping the back seats with have enough room
 

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I’m curious if your family has tested the Ranger seating? I’m being genuine with that

i think the angle of this image is throwing the measurements off. The side image in this thread shows a back door comparable to the front door(keep in mind the front door panel includes part of the dashboard)
Looking at the side profile image and counting pixels, the front doors are 18% wider than the back doors, though as you note there is some incomparability given the dash but also footwells being in the front.
 

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I understand its pre production but just like the factory pic I'm still hoping there'll be some trim around the head lights and underneath that hood edge instead of some gap or open grill, the grill itself needs a nice surround, like in this render, so it looks more finished and premium
 

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