Sergeant Gearhead

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I'm glad to see he was able to get ahold of one of those trucks before everyone else could. His review was pretty thorough enough (I had no idea how the FlexBed worked until now), and I liked how he talked about headroom because I remember a lot of us were worried it wouldn't be tall enough.

-SG
 

Shecster

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Nice interior view and a good realistic approach to what Ford is attempting to do here with the pickup. Looks like the Maverick will fit the needs of many folks that want to haul Items that are not going to fit in your sedan or SUV..... smart move by an established firm. For many this will be the first truck in the family and I believe nearly every family could use a truck at some point.

As Kaiser said - “ Find a need and fill it”, he was selling cement and that was written on the cement mixer as it revolved on their trucks. Well done Ford and Kaiser!
 

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anyone else concerned by how "blue" the interior looks int that video? Doesn't just look blue grey, but decidedly blue.
 

superds

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anyone else concerned by how "blue" the interior looks int that video? Doesn't just look blue grey, but decidedly blue.
Yes, this is also one of my new concerns. I couldn’t tell at first, thought it was maybe black with certain light reflecting on it but now I’m fairly convinced it’s just blue. I don’t know why Ford does that. They already have a rainbow of colors in that interior, why add blue into it too?
 
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