Chrysler planning for 2 new pickups

Discussion in 'Chrysler' started by atlaw4u, Jan 12, 2011.

  1. ILAveo

    ILAveo Well-Known Member

    Forgot about that. Fiatsler might want to look at that price point for the US. Though with the Ranger gone I expect that 'Yota will jack up the base price about $2k. For the world market Fiat would probably benchmark the HiLux or the Mahindra.

    I haven't seen a base Taco in years. Around here they're mostly TRD's with the goofy hood scoops and graphics or 4x4's or both. With all that roaming around I forgot that 'yota made a truck I might want to buy.
     
  2. Airbalancer

    Airbalancer Well-Known Member

    I want a truck with a 6ft bed so I can but a cap on and keep my ladder and tools out of the snow and ice
    I was using our Prius for work but when the weather change it was to hard to load up the Prius with all my tools so I went back to my GMC extend cab
    In 10 years I only tow 3 x and that was moving my son to school and back
    Really dont need 4x4, give me 2wd and snow tires
    I would love a small extend cab that would get 8l/100km on the hiway. I would avearge 5l/100km with the prius, I get about 18l/100km in my GMC
     
  3. herm

    herm Well-Known Member

    Why not a FWD small PU?.. should do fine for towing small loads. 6ft bed is fine, no extended cab please but lots of legroom/headroom.. heavy duty vinyl everywhere.
     
  4. Blackbelt

    Blackbelt Well-Known Member

    Here you go!!
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  5. RichXKU

    RichXKU Well-Known Member

    LOL.

    How about a Ford Transit Connect? Plenty of head/legroom there, it's like having a p/u with a cap pre-installed.

    Although the 2wd Tacoma seems to be cheaper, has better FE, and comes with stability/traction control standard since '09.
     
  6. herm

    herm Well-Known Member

    Ohh gorgeous!, in mint condition.. imagine if it was diesel.
     
  7. Blackbelt

    Blackbelt Well-Known Member

    Actually, that one is
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