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That was probably before all the staff on the project did the "empty out your cars" thing and they realized all the dash mascots needed a home.

Cause that's what's probably going to happen to my cubby. Stuff in a little plushie or something.
 

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I actually like the little cubby!

The screen is big enough to display what I need, so I don’t think a bigger one is necessary. I installed a little 3D-printed grid for mounting a phone holder, which is great.
 

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I prefer the current sized screen with the cubby. I am not a fan of big screens in vehicles. much larger than a double-din is overkill.

The only things I would change is increase the position angle a bit, maybe angle it about 5 degrees higher for those of us who like to sit high and add Android Auto/CarPlay Wireless. Otherwise, its perfect the way it is now IMO.
 


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What could have been. Oh well. I think the cubby is utterly useless and doubt I'll ever store anything in there. I would have much preferred a few more inches on the screen. The current size is fine, but a little bigger would have been better.
 

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What could have been. Oh well. I think the cubby is utterly useless and doubt I'll ever store anything in there. I would have much preferred a few more inches on the screen. The current size is fine, but a little bigger would have been better.
I would sacrifice a bigger screen for a higher quality one. I find the screen resolution lacking and wish it had better contrast for those super bright days.
 

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I prefer the current sized screen with the cubby. I am not a fan of big screens in vehicles. much larger than a double-din is overkill.

The only things I would change is increase the position angle a bit, maybe angle it about 5 degrees higher for those of us who like to sit high and add Android Auto/CarPlay Wireless. Otherwise, its perfect the way it is now IMO.
I agree 100%, but I would add that the quality of the image for the backup camera is not good. I found myself using my leaf one all the time but due to the reasons above rarely find myself looking at the maverick one.
 

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Personally, I don't mind the 8-inch screen. It's just large enough to display what I want which in my case is just the radio station or the home screen with the compass. I don't need anymore than that. Also, when plugging in my Android Auto, the screen is just large enough to display Google Maps. Sure, an inch or two more would've been more ideal but it's not terribly small by any means. Just five years ago, an 8-inch screen was considered massive. Now they've grown as much as 14 inches or more such as in the new Toyota Tundra/Sequoia. As a result, the 8-inch screens look minuscule in comparison. To me, a 14-inch screen would be too distracting while driving. And if Ford does offer a bigger screen for the Maverick, I'm still not trading mine in. I still adore it no matter what.
 
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What could have been. Oh well. I think the cubby is utterly useless and doubt I'll ever store anything in there. I would have much preferred a few more inches on the screen. The current size is fine, but a little bigger would have been better.
My 2011 F150 also has a cubby. Thing is totally useless, can't even put change in there. What is it with Ford and the cubbys?
 

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My 2011 F150 also has a cubby. Thing is totally useless, can't even put change in there. What is it with Ford and the cubbys?
A couple of grams will fit perfectly, so I've been told.
 

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