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  1. Here's what's behind the panels in Maverick XL bed corners

    Is there enough space there to relocate the jack equipment from behind the backseat?
  2. Spirit is wavering with Hybrid OKTB not coming until December…

    I think it's the opposite. The EB/AWD/4K is closer to what the SC is offering. None of the SC trims offer the efficiency and economy of the Maverick hybrid.
  3. Sunroof for 6' 3" person?

    The official specs are that it reduces headroom by 2.3". 2022 Ford Maverick Tech Specs
  4. 📢 OKTB Hybrid Maverick Date Confirmed = 12/8/21

    Ecoboost is a completely separate testing group/application. The hybrid Maverick was submitted with the escape hybrid.
  5. EPA and Ford's process to getting EPA approval for Hybrid Maverick OKTB

    THEY MADE PRE-PRODUCTION UNITS!!!
  6. Size comparison - Maverick vs Ranger, F-150, Superduty

    A lot of these size pictures are lessons in the subtleties of forced perspective and lens distortions.
  7. EPA and Ford's process to getting EPA approval for Hybrid Maverick OKTB

    Again, and I'll say it slowly. Your...article....does...not...support....your....argument. The article is just basic PR fluff from when Ford unveiled the refined powertrain (i.e., when the Maverick was announced). It's not the investigative journalism uncovering some big Ford mess-up that you...
  8. EPA and Ford's process to getting EPA approval for Hybrid Maverick OKTB

    All of your "Logic" is based on the premise that Ford produced zero Maverick E-motors or eCVTs before they started mass production, and you're calling me names? Yes, Ford would have put the new versions of the major components in their test models. If they didn't it would defeat the purpose of...
  9. EPA and Ford's process to getting EPA approval for Hybrid Maverick OKTB

    What you found and posted was an article about Fords motor design refinement that was likely in the production pipeline for a couple years (since the previous design was released). The forum links you posted were just insider knowledge about the planned retool/start up of the eCVT factory...
  10. EPA and Ford's process to getting EPA approval for Hybrid Maverick OKTB

    The hybrid and the ecoboost are in different testing groups. The Escape hybrid and Maverick hybrid are in the same testing group. The question that I haven't seen an answer to is: does this EPA testing impact the 2022 Escape hybrid? I think if it does we won't know because there haven't been...
  11. The In-Limbo Hybrid Group

    I think the difference right now is between "in production (w/o production date)" and "in production (w/ date)."
  12. EPA and Ford's process to getting EPA approval for Hybrid Maverick OKTB

    They select 1 out of 6 vehicles for confirmatory testing. Supposedly 2/3 of those are randomly selected and 1/3 are chosen by staff for "other reasons" (which can basically be any reason).
  13. EPA and Ford's process to getting EPA approval for Hybrid Maverick OKTB

    It's only one litmus test cycle, but the AC litmus test gets the efficiency delta between AC and Non-AC driving. All of the 5 cycles get thrown into a big algorithm to spit out the final CTY/HWY/TOT MPGs.
  14. Truth about Hybrid Maverick orders - not delayed says Maverick team

    Ford hasn't sold any vehicles that aren't OKTB. That's literally why we're talking about this.
  15. Theory on why the hybrid is now the base model

    It's not a new pack. The major r&d costs have been amortized. Economies of scale etc. That's why they can put it in a $20k truck.
  16. Theory on why the hybrid is now the base model

    No way the Maverick's battery is $5k. I'd imagine at the scale they are producing them they're costing them under $500. This isn't 2005. I do agree that Ford had small margins on the hybrid.
  17. I’m Stuck—Hybrid or Turbo AWD?

    @ 23 years old you should also consider that the AWD will cost you about $15k over 10 years (compared to the hybrid). Put the $3k you'd spend on the AWD in a retirement account and put it in an aggressive growth fund and don't touch it. You'll have $100k when you retire.
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