Question Of The Day: Would any Americans buy a small pickup?
We mean a genuinely small pickup, not the behemoths sold here today.
But go back a decade or four and American showrooms were full of new LUVs and Arrows and the like, pickups that scaled in at closer to one ton than two, with two-digit horsepower ratings and no back seat. They were bouncy and cramped and slow, but they were cheap and worked hard. If such a truck were available today (assuming that it could get through the NHTSA's crash tests, of course), would you consider buying one?
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