"Great news! Your 2022 Maverick XLT has been built. We are performing some final inspections on your vehicle and getting it ready for shipment.
Our current estimate for delivery to Candy Ford, Inc. is between October 21, 2022 and October 27, 2022."
It's real and it's spectacular...
I sent the following to [email protected] yesterday:
Good afternoon Customer service-
Let me preface this by saying I’m not expecting any actual “customer service” so you are off the hook. Feel free to stop reading now. Nothing beyond this point is going to move anyone at Ford to action.
Next Wednesday is my anniversary date. I ordered XLT Hybrid in HPRed. How should I celebrate???
Drink heavily because I have no build date yet?
Drink heavily because I'm missing out on hybrid mpgs?
Curse under my breath at Ford and any Maverick Hybrid owner that is driving around in a truck...
Honestly...very easy. The only "difficult" part is pulling the collar off around the steering wheel. On my cheapo Spark, the locking tabs looked flimsy. The interface can either be spliced in to wiring or just plugged into OBDC2 port. On a 0-10 difficulty scale...2 tops.
Unfortunately, there is no guarantee that your deposit is refundable. That is completely up to individual dealers. MOST absolutely will but you will need to clarify first. I would suggest going to Ford.com and deciding what you first. Stop into dealer and place order. Very simple process.
Nothing to understand. My fully loaded camper weights about 1800-1850# with gear. (I'm under GVWR/GCWR/tongue weight). I was just saying it probably can physically tow more (with undetermined safety). I'm just looking forward to towing with a new toy.
I wouldn't ever exceed GVWR...that's just asking for problems. I'm just surmising that it is probably a tad higher that 2000# in reality. May be that means 2050, 2100, or 2500. I know my Jetta TDI was rated very differently in countries outside the USA.
Early June: "How can Ford offer a hybrid pickup starting at less than $20k....It doesn't seem possible???"
Early July: "How can Ford not offer a vehicle that I can option to every one of my personal whims...???"