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Old 06-14-2021, 06:54 PM   #101
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I'm sorry about talking Ridgeline so much, yall.

The Maverick is going to make major waves in the truck industry. It seems like a near perfect package for the affordable driveways of the suburbs. Ford throwing a unibody truck into the North American market will have far more effect than Honda did with 16 years of Ridgelines. It being a hybrid with solid stats is going to appeal to even more folks. Ford is firing on all cylinders here. This year's product debuts has made me nearly forget all about their decision to ditch cars.
Its strength is the ability to fit in a standard oversized garage which makes it accessible to people who are used to driving and parking similarly sized vehicles.
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Old 06-14-2021, 08:16 PM   #102
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I'm sorry about talking Ridgeline so much, yall.

The Maverick is going to make major waves in the truck industry. It seems like a near perfect package for the affordable driveways of the suburbs. Ford throwing a unibody truck into the North American market will have far more effect than Honda did with 16 years of Ridgelines. It being a hybrid with solid stats is going to appeal to even more folks. Ford is firing on all cylinders here. This year's product debuts has made me nearly forget all about their decision to ditch cars.
I agree, Ford has a winner here.

This is going to appeal to consumers in the same way crossovers did vs traditional SUVs. It looks like a truck and does some truck things, but is easier to drive and gets much better gas mileage than a traditional truck.

Marketing it towards the big city living folk was great marketing as well.
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Old 06-22-2021, 08:42 AM   #103
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Wife just learned about the Maverick on Sunday... All she's been talking about the past 2 days.. smh
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Old 07-21-2021, 08:13 AM   #104
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Default 2022 Ford Maverick Product Guide For Dealers Leaked Online

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Old 09-27-2021, 10:18 PM   #105
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https://www.thetorquereport.com/ford/ford-maverick-st-and-off-road-versions-might-happen/

Was going to post this in another thread, but realized it was getting pretty off topic.

Looks like they're considering some different variants of the Maverick. This one is tugging at me a bit, and might fit into our family plans pretty well. Really want to drive one though, so probably waiting a little longer.
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Old 09-27-2021, 11:39 PM   #106
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Was going to post this in another thread, but realized it was getting pretty off topic.

Looks like they're considering some different variants of the Maverick. This one is tugging at me a bit, and might fit into our family plans pretty well. Really want to drive one though, so probably waiting a little longer.
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Old 10-11-2021, 12:38 PM   #107
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I saw my first Maverick this weekend, as I passed one on the highway. It was a 2.0T with steel wheels.

The wheels made it look cheap, but otherwise it looked halfway decent.

I was approaching the Maverick in the fast lane as he was approaching the car in front of him. He put the pedal down to get around the car he was approaching and I was impressed with the acceleration that the little truck had.
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I saw my first Maverick this weekend, as I passed one on the highway. It was a 2.0T with steel wheels.

The wheels made it look cheap, but otherwise it looked halfway decent.

I was approaching the Maverick in the fast lane as he was approaching the car in front of him. He put the pedal down to get around the car he was approaching and I was impressed with the acceleration that the little truck had.
Some people dig the steel wheels. They aren't my thing.

My wife is considering the hybrid version of it.
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Old 10-12-2021, 11:22 AM   #109
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I like the steelies but the middle trim XLT hybrid will be my next purchase. Finally time to buy a useful vehicle instead of more fun cars.
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Old 10-12-2021, 11:40 AM   #110
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Who doesn't love a great off-road package? We sure do! Fortunately, Ford has included its FX4 off-road package on the all-new 2022 Maverick, and we couldn't be more excited to finally get to jump behind the wheel. While not as extensive of an upgrade as, say, Ford's new Tremor package found on Ranger, F-150, and Super Duty, the Maverick FX4 brings a slate of off-road goodies to Ford's new compact pickup. Let's dive in and see how the 2022 ford maverick FX4 performs in the real world.

How Do You Add The FX4 Package To The Maverick?

The all-new 2022 ford maverick pickup comes in three distinct trim levels. These include the base XL, volume XLT, and premium Lariat. To add the FX4 package, customers will need to select either an XLT or Lariat trim. Unfortunately, XL buyers get left out on this one. Additionally, opting for the FX4 off-road package requires that the Maverick be equipped with all-wheel drive, which automatically selects the 2.0L EcoBoost engine.

2022 Maverick FX4 Engine And Transmission

The base engine for the 2022 ford maverick is a 2.5L I-4 hybrid mated to a CVT transmission. However, to get all-wheel drive Maverick needs to be optioned with the 2.0L EcoBoost I-4 engine. This engine produces 250 hp and 277 lb-ft of torque. While the hybrid drivetrain utilizes a CVT transmission, the 2.0L EcoBoost engine comes mated to a traditional eight-speed automatic. The EPA rates this drivetrain combination at 22 mpg city, 29 highway, and 25 combined.



What Comes With The Maverick FX4 Package?

Ford offers an FX4 off-road package on all its pickups and most SUVs. While the content varies from model to model, they all still follow the same basic formula. Selecting the FX4 package (option code 17S) for Maverick adds front tow hooks, underbody skidplates (a front bash plate, engine skid, and charcoal canister shield), two additional drive modes (sand and mud/ruts), hill descent control, a heavy-duty engine fan and radiator, trailer hitch receiver, unique 17-inch aluminum wheels, and all-terrain tires (Pirelli tires are standard, Falkens are optional). XLT trucks get the 6.5-inch productivity information screen that's standard on Lariat, and all models get FX4 bedside graphics.
Off-Road Ride And Ability

Ford has been very clear from the introduction of Maverick that this truck is built with the intention that it will be an enabler of outdoor adventure. That said, Maverick is not necessarily intended to be the primary toy in your adventure arsenal. Maverick is built to be loaded up with bikes, kayaks, coolers, camping gear, motorcycles, and the like. It's also intended to tow boats, personal watercrafts, trailers with snow machines, or camp trailers to wherever the adventure is.

That all said, the FX4 package does add some decent off-road ability to Maverick. To sample this, Ford set up a short trail drive that included graded dirt road, rocky two-track, slick grass, and a fun rutted hill climb. Overall, the Maverick handled the short dirt jaunt with ease. The truck remained quiet and composed with very little in the way of head toss. We never bottomed the suspension or touched a skidplate to the ground. The additional drive modes work as advertised, adjusting the throttle and transmission mapping accordingly. The Falken all-terrain tires on our tester provided plenty of grip for scurrying up the rutted hill climb, and the ability to easily disable traction control made the Maverick feel like a rally car on fast graded roads.

On-Road Handling And Performance
There is so much to love about the Maverick when it comes to the truck's highway ride. But first, it's worth noting that since the FX4 package doesn't change anything in the truck's suspension, whether it's present or not doesn't affect on-road handling beyond the addition of all-terrain tires.

Power from the 2.0L EcoBoost engine is plentiful, and the eight-speed automatic transmission fires off shifts quickly and smoothly. We never felt the truck was underpowered or that the transmission was in the wrong gear for the task at hand. Suspension handling was great with the truck tracking flat through some fairly aggressive cornering maneuvers while the all-wheel drive system kept everything firmly planted to the pavement.

The Maverick's interior is comfortable and quiet, and we found all the necessary buttons and switches to be within easy reach and right where they logically should be. One thing we don't really care for is the rotary knob shifter. We would have preferred a traditional console shift lever, if only to provide a place to rest our hand. While the Lariat trim is flush with leather seats, soft-touch surfaces, and all the available technologies, we found ourselves right at home in the more basic XLT, as well. The XLT's cloth seats are comfortable, even if lacking a bit in the side bolster region, and the XLT can be optioned from sparse to nearly Lariat level, if one would so choose.


Final Thoughts
The 2022 ford maverick is not without compromise when it comes to off-road ability. While the truck has a respectable 8.6 inches of running ground clearance, its bumpers and rockers ride much closer to the dirt than its larger counterparts. With just 18.1 degrees of breakover angle, you'll need to pay special attention to not high-center the truck on larger obstacles, and with 21.6-degree approach and 21.2-degree departure angles, keeping an eye on the bumpers is key, as well. That said, Ford makes no claims that Maverick will go where even Ranger can. That's not what it's built for.

Maverick does well when kept driven under the conditions it was intended for. The truck will confidently get you down the dirt road to your favorite biking trail, to drop the kids off at snowboard camp, or take your camper deeper into your favorite national park than the rest of the masses. And it will be quiet and comfortable while negotiating those chores. Adding the FX4 package, which costs just $800, is the proverbial cherry on top.
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I like the steelies but the middle trim XLT hybrid will be my next purchase. Finally time to buy a useful vehicle instead of more fun cars.
I kinda find the silver painted steelies work on a truck, especially a small truck. Oddly a bit retro. At least they didn't put hubcaps on them.
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Old 10-12-2021, 12:41 PM   #112
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I changed my mind after seeing one and watching reviews. The size is big enough to provide a useable back seat for adults and the bed is "big enough" for most homeowners. I think this will sell will given the value of it.
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Old 12-30-2021, 05:54 PM   #113
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Every year, automakers try to whip up all kinds of buzz about the reveal of a new model. Sometimes the hype is justified, however other times the buildup leads to a huge letdown. Out of all the anticipated reveals this year, we found the all-new Ford Maverick to be the most disappointing. With the return of a storied nameplate and the prospect of Ford launching an alternative to the Ranger, we were intrigued before the launch, although cautiously so. It turns out that caution was wise.

Upon its reveal, it was immediate clear the new Maverick was a stinker. The marketing focused on young urbanites, the exact kind of people who probably look with disdain at anyone who owns a pickup truck. Ford probably felt that group would gravitate to the unibody Maverick, but they haven't rallied around the Honda Ridgeline and probably won't be all over the Hyundai Santa Cruz, so that's pretty much a pipe dream.


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Every year, automakers try to whip up all kinds of buzz about the reveal of a new model. Sometimes the hype is justified, however other times the buildup leads to a huge letdown. Out of all the anticipated reveals this year, we found the all-new Ford Maverick to be the most disappointing. With the return of a storied nameplate and the prospect of Ford launching an alternative to the Ranger, we were intrigued before the launch, although cautiously so. It turns out that caution was wise.

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Upon its reveal, it was immediate clear the new Maverick was a stinker. The marketing focused on young urbanites, the exact kind of people who probably look with disdain at anyone who owns a pickup truck. Ford probably felt that group would gravitate to the unibody Maverick, but they havenít rallied around the Honda Ridgeline and probably wonít be all over the Hyundai Santa Cruz, so thatís pretty much a pipe dream.


Compared to the Ridgeline and Santa Cruz, the Maverick has the worst payload rating at 1,564 lbs. thatís about 200 lbs. more than the 2021 Toyota Sienna minivan, which is pathetic. When it comes to towing, the Maverick can only manage 2,000 lbs. If you add the Towing Package, the turbo-four model can pull a maximum 4,000 lbs. which is still pathetic. Once again, the Ridgeline and Santa Cruz surpass that.


For some, the prospect of small pickup trucks returning is an exciting thing. After all, the smaller trucks from the 80s and 90s were easier to maneuver, fit in tight parking spots, got superior fuel economy, and were cheaper to maintain. Not everyone wants a full-size truck or even a midsize like the Ranger, Tacoma, etc. Even if we personally arenít interested in such a thing, some of us have owned compact trucks and understand their place in the market. However, they should be fairly utilitarian despite their smaller size.


Consumers donít seem to be responding well to the Maverick. Through the end of November, sales totaled just 7,228 for the year. Granted, the truck launched halfway through the year, but with 2,582 sales coming in November, itís clear there isnít overwhelming enthusiasm about the pickup. We doubt there will be, unless Ford redesigns it from the ground up.


While it's true the Maverick has generated plenty of pre-orders, in this business that doesn't mean much. Since we're a classic and collector car site, we were excited about the return of the storied nameplate, however nothing about the design and overall characteristics of the new truck have anything to do with the classic car in our view.
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I got a mini truckin boner for this.





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This Dude Calls It The MOST Disappointing.
Good to have a differing opinion. I don't know if I'm ready to put Agent001's hot takes, and put them on the same level as journalists that have actually driven it.

Also, points out the low sales numbers and suggests they're really bad because the truck has been out for 6 months. Uhh.. the first deliveries took place 3 weeks ago.
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With over 44 mpg recorded, the Maverick is winning the 'expectations vs reality' contest.

The Ford Maverick has been exceeding expectations since its launch. The truck's affordable $19,995 starting price attracted over 36,000 reservations just a week after its debut. And with the available hybrid powertrain in tow, the Maverick was able to achieve an official EPA rating of 42 mpg in the city, which made it that much more desirable.

Initial estimates projected that with 37 combined mpg and a 13.8-gallon (62.7-liter) fuel tank, the new Maverick Hybrid would be able to cover more than 500 miles (805 kilometers) on one fill-up. But as it turns out, the Maverick Hybrid performs even better in real-world testing.

According to one owner on the Maverick Truck Club forum who goes by the username Mavforever, their Maverick Hybrid hit 595.2 miles with 24 miles left in the tank. They backed up that claim with an accompanying photo of the instrument cluster, indicating over 269 miles of electric range used, resulting in an average fuel efficiency reading of 44.1 mpg.

With these types of numbers, there's reason to believe that the Maverick can easily surpass the 600-mile mark. Members of the forum agree with the claim, touting similar results, which means that the impressive numbers aren't exclusive to one owner.

Of note, the original poster's driving style and road conditions, along with the route of testing, weren't disclosed in the forum post. Still, it's good to know that the compact truck is able to deliver on its promise Ė and then some. In the game of 'expectations versus reality,' we can say that the Maverick is definitely winning.

This efficiency is of course exclusive to the two-wheel-drive Maverick hybrid. For those who need to run on all paws, the non-hybrid EcoBoost powertrain is the only tool of choice. The EPA rating for the Maverick EcoBoost AWD is significantly lower at 22 mpg city, 29 mpg highway, and 25 mpg combined.

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Good to have a differing opinion. I don't know if I'm ready to put Agent001's hot takes, and put them on the same level as journalists that have actually driven it.

Also, points out the low sales numbers and suggests they're really bad because the truck has been out for 6 months. Uhh.. the first deliveries took place 3 weeks ago.
Yeah the entire article is kind of amateur. All the reviews I have seen are generally positive.
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That is the only negative review I've seen.
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Good to have a differing opinion. I don't know if I'm ready to put Agent001's hot takes, and put them on the same level as journalists that have actually driven it.

Also, points out the low sales numbers and suggests they're really bad because the truck has been out for 6 months. Uhh.. the first deliveries took place 3 weeks ago.
Nevermind the fact that there have multiple production stoppages because of the microchip shortage and the hybrid, which will likely win the lion's share of the sales, just started shipping to dealers a week or two ago.

I'm looking at a local dealer here who's one of the biggest Ford dealerships in the country. They don't have any Mavericks on the lot and less than 50 or so new cars in total. Demand ain't the problem, it's supply.
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A coworker ordered an AWD Maverick two months ago. He was told 3 to 6 months before delivery.
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A classic collector car site wrote an unflattering article about a nameplate revival where the manufacturer switched the class of vehicle around completely and didn't aim the product at the classic collector demographic? Well I'll be, I reckon there's just no pleasing some people.
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I got a mini truckin boner for this.

This truck just looks so clean. I love it. Not bad for a two-man father son crew. It also won best of show from Ford.

Although, I'm not sure about the spoiler.

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Ford Sierously needs to look at making an ST version, when micro-chip supply stabilizes...

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From Advanti's article quote

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Compared to the Ridgeline and Santa Cruz, the Maverick has the worst payload rating at 1,564 lbs. that's about 200 lbs. more than the 2021 Toyota Sienna minivan, which is pathetic. When it comes to towing, the Maverick can only manage 2,000 lbs. If you add the Towing Package, the turbo-four model can pull a maximum 4,000 lbs. which is still pathetic. Once again, the Ridgeline and Santa Cruz surpass that.
The bed is small what else does he expect. There is only so much you can fit inside that thing. 1,500: ls like 30-2 cubic feet bats of mulch, 34 treated 2x6x10 with space for 3-80lb bags of Crete to hold the boards down close to the cab. Non treated lumber makes that number doubled. Better yet that is like six dead bodies at 240lbs each (anymore you're going to need a bigger tarp). I mean what the hell is he going to haul?

I mean if you need is bigger than that. Pay for delivery or grab a trailer.
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He thinks 1500 lbs is too little?!! The new Tundra is 1400 and most of the F150's are in the 1600 lb range. That reviewer is an idiot.
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