A PHEV Maverick seems like the next logical choice in my opinion if Ford wants to capitalize on this being a fuel efficient pickup truck. An AWD version should be great for the folks who are turned off about the standard hybrid from being front-drive only. Supposed we'll see PHEV variants of the...
I didn't say anything about obnoxiously sized tires or a sky-high lift kit. I was thinking more along the lines of a similar lift to a Bronco Sport Badlands. Just make it have similar capabilities to that, only with a truck body instead of a crossover's.
TBH, I think Maverick Tremor has a better ring to it than "Rattler." Either way, they should give it a higher ride height plus the twin-clutch RWD unit in the Bronco Sport Badlands/First Edition to make it seem like an upgrade over the FX4.
Hi everyone, Sergeant Gearhead here.
Who here thinks a Maverick STX appearance package is a future possibility for the Maverick XL trim? They do it for the Ranger, F-150, and the Super Duty, so why not the Maverick as well?
Hey all, Sergeant Gearhead here.
So late last night I took a quick swing by the Hyundai place to check out the new 2022 Santa Cruz. Just thought I would look at the Hyundai and give my take on it before I have the chance to see the Ford Maverick in person. (Sadly, the new Maverick has yet to...
Another great comparison chart, FirstOnRaceDay. It's a little embarrassing to find out that a base Santa Cruz can cost not much less than a top trim Maverick Lariat. I wouldn't say Hyundai has dropped the ball or failed the SC as a product just yet, because they are famously known for providing...
I'm glad to see he was able to get ahold of one of those trucks before everyone else could. His review was pretty thorough enough (I had no idea how the FlexBed worked until now), and I liked how he talked about headroom because I remember a lot of us were worried it wouldn't be tall enough.
I would go for an XL with the 2.0L EcoBoost and AWD (3,305). The color would be Velocity Blue. Options include:
-4k Towing Package ($745)
-Fullsize spare tire ($115)
-Spray-in bedliner ($495)
-Floor liners ($135)
-110V/400W outlet ($150)
Enough yapping, here's the truck:
Wow... A standard hybrid for less than $20K? I don't think anyone saw that coming... Shame you can't get it with AWD, though. I thought only the plug-in (on the Escape) couldn't get it because you could on the (Escape) hybrid. What's up with that?