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As a Ford guy I am really disappointed that Ford chose not to play in this market. Posted by: Brian Apr 13, 2015 8:16:24 PM It's a pity the US doesn't have a decent range of midsizers. But, I do think it shouldn't be so biased towards the biggest number. a full size woudl be cheaper but i have no need to tow10k lb nav that does not work on fire roads and trails is no help wifi hot spot no thanks i dont need an mobile office i need 4 doors a stick 5-6k towing (yard and a half of mulch in the bed when i have to (also helps hold dead deer ) the talk is jeep new wrangler will have a truck but its a single cab (extended). The trucks in this article can't touch it for value, especially if one wants to step up to a V6 engine. The biggest difference between the two? Styling. I don't think mine has the torque your tests showed. We are hearing things like adding start/stop technology and a new 6-speed automatic transmission the combination of which will certainly improve mileage. Note: We did not include the Honda Ridgeline -being discontinued in 2014 and supposed to return in 2016 - or the Chevrolet Avalanche (now discontinued) in this report as we do not consider them in the category of mid-size trucks without offering more than the crew cab configuration.