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Old 02-14-2014, 07:17 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Maybe GM sees the Colorado as an "entry level" truck, for people who don't need to do much more than haul a four-wheeler in the bed, etc. They might figure, they'll move up as their needs mature and they go to bigger toys like camper trailers and boats. Plus, they've already got a billionty different engines to cram into the sumbitches. (Ha-ha, remember when the Colorado had that silly 5cyl?)

But the sheer volume of Ford F150s on the used market means that it's easier to get people on the lot into a used F150 as an entry level truck. Ford/GM/Dodge are the drug manufacturers, Dealerships are the pushers.



Also, I'm glad to have fully derailed this thread into a pocket TRUCK UNIVERSE.
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