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Doesn't the FX4 package raise the ranger a little more than standard ranger? This would make it even less.
 

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I think so

4x4 Ranger FX4 vs. what I think is a FWD Maverick
The maximum height of the Maverick is 68.7" and the maximum height of a non Tremor Ranger is 71.5".

The FX4 isn't supposed to add any height. I guess I can measure my FX4 vs my neighbor's Ranger Sport.
 

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The Ranger roofline appears to be about even with his nose. The Maverick sits below his shoulders. I think this is considerably more than 2-3”.
You'll have to get out a tape measure. Taking pictures can make things look much different. Angle, depth, etc.

Ford gives us four measurements:

Maverick height: 68.7"
Ranger 4x2 SuperCab: 70.7"
Ranger 4x2 SuperCrew: 71.1"
Ranger 4x4: 71.5"

The Hybrid may be slightly shorter than the 2.0T AWD, but it wouldn't be by much. Half an inch?
 

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You know what they say, a picture is worth a thousand words. When I scale the pic to where I believe the OP's 6'-4" height is from heel to top of head, the roof height of the Maverick looks to be just under 64" for the hybrid. I imagine AWD will be approx. 65" roof height. I know this is not entirely accurate, but still a good reference IMO. Thanks for posting Todd.
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I know a lot of people have debated over Ford's posted "maximum" height of 68.7" and whether that includes all of the antenna or just the base of the antenna. Some even say it doesn't include the antenna at all :LOL: Believe what you will.
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You'll have to get out a tape measure. Taking pictures can make things look much different. Angle, depth, etc.

Ford gives us four measurements:

Maverick height: 68.7"
Ranger 4x2 SuperCab: 70.7"
Ranger 4x2 SuperCrew: 71.1"
Ranger 4x4: 71.5"

The Hybrid may be slightly shorter than the 2.0T AWD, but it wouldn't be by much. Half an inch?
That Maverick roof height it appears is going to actually come in closer to 66” I believe. It seems as though that 68.7” includes the base of the antenna or the “shark fin”.
 

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You'll have to get out a tape measure. Taking pictures can make things look much different. Angle, depth, etc.

Ford gives us four measurements:

Maverick height: 68.7"
Ranger 4x2 SuperCab: 70.7"
Ranger 4x2 SuperCrew: 71.1"
Ranger 4x4: 71.5"

The Hybrid may be slightly shorter than the 2.0T AWD, but it wouldn't be by much. Half an inch?
Thanks for the information this helps alot. If my math is correct it would be 3.4 inches lower. 71.1-68.7.
 

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Thanks for the information this helps alot. If my math is correct it would be 3.4 inches lower. 71.1-68.7.
Your math is incorrect. And again, as stated above, I think some will be in for a surprise when their hybrid is 65ish inches tall.
 
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Your math is incorrect. And again, as stated above, I think some will be in for a surprise when their hybrid is 65ish inches tall.
Thanks for the heads up 2.4 inches. No interest in the hybrid. I had my fill with hybrids when they were all the range for company sales cars for about 10 years. Great for stop and go city driving but left a lot to desire for highway driving. Would go with 2.0l, AWD, FX4 if Maverick is the choice for next truck. Will be glad when they hit the lots to see them in person.
 
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