MSRP in the marketplace tell us a lot, but IRL street price often throw that out the window.Here's the latest. 4 foot bed kind of ruins it. If it's offered in a smaller cab with a larger bed and has a low price this could be something. Most of the arguments favoring the Ridgeline would hold for the Maverick and it could be I'd say 10-15k cheaper. If it's all the truck you need it could find a niche. The Maverick is more along the lines of what the former Ranger owners are looking for. My problem with the Ridgeline ended up being the rear seat room so I'd rather have a bigger bed. and less to no rear rear passenger room. This vehicle cold be a great solution for those that just need a bed for low cost second vehicle.
Just an example.
You can get $11-14K off MSRP on a full-size truck.
You can get $2-3K off MSRP on a mid-size truck.
Discount on this may be $750 in incentives.
So actual transaction price may be "the same" when you sign at the dealership.