Can't say I know which trims they'll do it on (granted there's even the option for that). Perhaps if they do a Tremor or something like that I could see roof rails as standard equipment. Any other trim would likely offer an option like that as a factory-installed accessory. :unsure::unsure::unsure:
Yeah, not only does it fit with the rest of the trucks in Ford's lineup, but the names also roll of the tongue well too (I especially think Maverick XL and Maverick XLT have a nice ring to it).
A Maverick Grabber sounds nice. I assume you're talking about the original Mav when you suggest that?
Hello all, SG here.
Question: what does everyone here think Ford will call all of the trim levels for the Maverick? My guess is that they will stick to the same formula as the the Ranger and the F-150 and do XL, XLT, and Lariat. Maybe King Ranch for like a top trim (just guessing...)? Either...
The only things I would expect from the Maverick is:
-If the Maverick has the performance and capability to match its looks
-If Ford doesn't half-build the truck (like make it feel really cheap inside because of the expected low price)
-Reasonable towing/payload capability
I think Ford will put a 1.5L inline-3 and a 2.0L inline-4 in the Maverick like the Bronco Sport. We already know there's going to be a hybrid, likely the 2.5 from the Escape. If they're going to have any chance of building a sub-20K pickup, a turbocharged engine will not do it. So probably a NA...
Ford probably won't do the in-bed trunk. Remember those spy shots of the Maverick's undercarriage? There was a spare tire underneath the truck, and with that in the way Ford can't put a compartment back there.
Me too. A two-door (and manual) version of everything is always good. One thing I just now noticed: If you look at the pictures with the bit of the tailgate uncovered, I see a color that appears to look like Area 51. Could this mean that the Maverick will get Area 51 as a color? Or is it just...