I wanted a truck, but with my 2 yr old
son, was limited to a few models to
choose from that had a full back seat.
I didn?t need a whole lotta truck, just
for the occasional trip to Home Depot,
etc. So, other than having some kind of
truck bed, I was more concerned with the
day-to-day items (handling, fuel
mileage, comfort, reliability, safety).
The Baja is the only truck that excels
in all of these items.
Yes, I know I can?t haul 4x8 sheets of
plywood, but that?s what borrowing /
renting full-size trucks are for. Why
buy a truck that you?ll fully use one
day a year, I?d rather drive one that
fits my needs for those other 364 days a
Handling, powered driver's seat, safety
(no guilt in putting my 2 yr old in this
unlike my old hatchback or some of the
trucks I saw), bed liner, have yet to
loose it in a parking lot
Increase the payload capacity, add a
tailgate lock, offer hard lid tonneau,
offer a green or blue paint scheme,
offer monotone (matching) cladding as an
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