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Ultimately it has to come down to size. I go across the country multiple times a year and sometimes the f-150 wouldn’t fit in garages of major cities I was living in due to width/turning radius and was forced to street park. It also wouldn’t fit on some off roading trails as well. The ranger you can just throw around everywhere and it is so easy to maneuver on and off road. I had the 5.0 and only got 17mpg on the highway (I usually put cruise at 82) and the ranger gets 20-23 depending on wind with a level.I came from a 2019 Frontier to a 2022 Ranger. Feels night and day different. The refresh of the Frontier looks nice, but the one I owned felt janky and low quality compared to the Ranger. I would certainly not go back that way again. In general I'd avoid Nissan like the plague these days. That aside that's a lot of wheels you're going through in a short amount of time even if it his a work-heavy related choice. I hope this last choice is the one you're happy with because if not its going to cost you in the end lol. Any reason you wouldn't work your way back to the F150 given it's the same manufacturer & you're familiar with it?