That electric Ford F150/ecetric Chevy Silverado is calling to me. I don't like trucks that aren't long bed, but the fact that the front end is also hauling space might make it count as a long bed.
Cheyenne's long bed has really saved my butt more than a few times, but more for "how much I can stuff in there" than "I needed a long bed for everything to fit."
The only reason I'm still considering a gas-powered Chevy with a long bed, is that when you choose a long bed Chevy, a lot of the super flashy "pretty truck" options go away cause they think you're using the long bed for, you know, doing truck stuff and not as a status symbol.
Also, as Click has taught me, I don't need back seats. I rarely drive people around anywhere....
@Mondobizarrro @pyoor @Aminorjourney - I drove my old 1991 Chevy Cheyenne Pickup for 21 years.
While my Mazda 3 is nice, it has back seats that are pristine cause they're never used and the trunk space (even with the back seats down) is far too small when I need it, and reminds me that having my pickup worked way better for me.
As my dad and I say "There are pretty trucks and there are working trucks" and I'm more interested in a working truck, because I actually USE them for hauling and moving when it's not my daily driver.
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That or a toyota hilux from the 90s/late 90s-early 2000s ford ranger or mazda b3000 (which is literally just a rebadged ford ranger)