Looking for a decent rack for my cab, any ideas? I'd prefer a safari style rack but I don't know what kits are worth the money. My roof is still vanilla. Any ideas?
I want the safari style rack just over the cab because I regularly pull my 5th wheel which makes my bed unusable and I'd like to be able to add some tires and/ or throw my 9' kayak on top.
Any help would be appreciated!
Territory? How about no! Assuming there's a Lincoln "Mach E" Ford and Lincoln will have at least 10 CUVs by '22. Plus there will be at least 3 SUVs. That's plenty of utilities. If they want car buyers to come to Ford showrooms, they'll have to offer them cars.
Thousands of those young Tacoma buyers will likely be older Tacoma buyers someday unless their life changes enough they want a full size truck. If they do many will probably choose the Tundra, but Ford, GM and Ram will likely pick up some of those buyers because generally domestic pickups are viewed more favorably then domestic cars and CUVs by this group.
Ford does need to steal away sales from Tacoma and Colorado/Canyon to be successful with the Ranger because they’ve been out of this segment for a long time. I think they also will sell Rangers to people that are loyal Ford truck buyers who settled for an F150 before because that’s all they offered. I’m one of those people who downsized and as a daily driver I enjoy the Ranger much more than the F150.
My Coyote threw a "misfire in first 1,000 revolutions" error that went away and didn't come back.
Then again, it had over 102K miles on the clock when that happened, so I guess it's due some coils anyway.
Navistar and scout light line own the scout name...i doubt u see a BRONCHO Scout....i give ford credit here.....just putting scout out there alongside BRONCHO has seriously driven up interest........BRONCHO WAS IH'S name for bronco in 1964.....it rhymes with rauncho.....evidently inside IH it was refered to as BRONCHO for quite a few years...and that is some legit historical trivia from one of the scout forums
Yes, I have hopes this new product is the next generation Territory (what I called anti-Compass earlier) and hopefully it can be ready soon, assuming Hecket is making the development more agile.
Escort and Territory should also be Ford's bread and butter in South America, considering a) Ka's margins are low, b) Ford needs a successor to Ka, Fiesta and Focus in a region where affordable sedans *still* have a good place, c) Ecosport is too small even for our market.