The Toyota Tacoma.
The Nissan Frontier.
The Chevrolet Colorado.
The GMC Canyon.
The Ram Dakota.
To some extent, the Honda Ridgeline.
One of these doesn’t fit in, because one of these isn’t real.
Most automakers now realize that some people want a truck, but don’t need a full-size truck. Not everyone is from Texas, and not everyone hauls trailers loaded with hay and cattle.
For the people who just want a small truck to move the occasional end table, options are limited. Should a small FIAT-based truck come to the U.S. as a small Ram?