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  1. For Symmetry Fanatics, Ever Consider 2nd Decorative Plate?

    Not a second license plate, but like one of those decorative plates you can get online (American flag, No Touch Snek, etc) that some people put on the front of their vehicle in states that don't require front plates (or that just don't care)? That way it'd look something like this for example...
  2. Spotted Maverick next to F-150, noticed some parts sharing...

    Appears to be an identical third brake light on both the Mav and F150. You really also appreciate how low the roofline is of the Maverick when you see it next to its big brother: If so, that means any of the aftermarket F150 LED third brake lights may be a plug and play swap.
  3. XLT FX4 Max Tow Capacity Test - Daily Motor

    Daily Motor towing a Ford Escape and three passengers on a AWD Ecoboost:
  4. Maverick vs Santa Cruz - Pick your activity / Trucklets or Utes -- [Everyday Driver Review]

    A high production quality but not overly flattering review of the Maverick and Santa Cruz, that also mentions the MaverickTruckClub community BTW: 00:00 - 1:21 Truck, Ute, or something else 1:21 - 7:37 Styling, Interior, & Usability 7:37 - 12:15 Power & Performance 12:15 - 16:26 Ride &...
  5. Adding switchbacks to top of non-Lariat Headlights

    Anyone know how difficult it is to crack open the headlights on the Maverick? Reason I ask is it seems like you could install something universal like these flexible switchbacks in that location. Or failing that, perhaps they can go outside and above it as intended, or just in the center of...
  6. I love a Mav in Uniform.

    Figured we could have a ongoing thread for Maverick's "in uniform" for security, fire, police, etc as I'd wager the XL trim will be huge with government and other fleet vehicles as production ramps up: And some may have already seen the SEMA Rescue Package Concept:
  7. XLT Ecoboost FWD Payload Test - Driving Sports TV

    Meat and taters starts at 6:40 with driving impressions and payload test. (y)
  8. The Absolute Joke State of Vehicle Prices Example

    Post your favorite examples of overpriced cars. Here's a used Chevy Trailblazer subcompact crossover, 18K miles on it, which at $30K would have been overpriced brand new as practically an economy oriented hatchback with a tiny 1.3L engine, now asking $37K used...
  9. Savagegeese FWD Turbo XLT Review

    Most turbo reviews have been AWD, but the FWD seems to launch just fine with no drama, at least in the dry: Link to video and discussion of the Savagegeese FWD Hybrid XLT Review here:
  10. Sarah -n- Tuned XLT FX4 Mechanical & Offroad Review

    She's always fun, and breaks down some of the mechanicals on the FX4.
  11. Rattling Passenger Door Fix

    BlakesCars2 found that both his Mavericks have the same issue w/ passenger door rattle, that he believes to be a simple design defect/oversight. "This is a great way to avoid going to the dealer to have that annoying "rattle" fixed, to inevitability just get the door panel replaced with one...
  12. Maverick Lariat FX4 vs Ultimate (Limited) Santa Cruz Extreme Winter Comparison, Eh!

    Spoiler: Driving.Ca picks the Maverick, but shows some pros and cons to each machine under harsh winter conditions that are interesting. Also not the first time I've heard that retractable hard tonneaus like those that come standard on many trims of the Santa Cruz lock up in the extreme cold...
  13. Base XL Hybrid 1,500 Mile Review

    Base XL Hybrid 1,500 Mile Review with comparison to his previous loaded XLT:
  14. Most Extensive Side-by-Side Santa Cruz vs Maverick Comparison to Date!

    A bit long at 42 mins, but they left pretty much no stone unturned comparing the Santa Cruz Limited to Maverick XLT FX4. They seem quite knowledgeable as well, even little tidbits like that the Bronco Sport hood insulator fits on the Maverick, to idiosyncrasies with the transmissions between...
  15. 3D Printed Cubby Grid for Vent Clips

    Not related to the seller, just stumbled on it in my feed. Its a little 3D printed cubby grid that clicks into place so you can use standard vent clip phone mounts securely in that location. Its a good idea, although pricey at $20, a shame that he didn't release the file for it so people can...
  16. FX4 Weeklong with Trail and On-road Suspension Impact and Headlight Review

    The 7 min mark is most interesting to me, as on all his reviews he does the same run that has various size speed bumps and a pothole. I believe the Subaru Crosstrek so far was the winner on ultimate impact absorption, but you can compare it to similar vehicles to get an idea. He also does...
  17. The Straight Pipes Review the XLT Hybrid

    As a reminder, they had also reviewed a XLT Ecoboost FX4 a while back: