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Maverick May 2022 Sales Highlights
  • Maverick Sales: 6,089 Vehicles. Sales (YTD): 34,871 vehicles.
    • May sales represent a 36.1% decrease from April.
  • Maverick Production: 7,842 vehicles. Production (YTD): 43,533 vehicles.
    • May production represents a 14.5% decrease from April 2022.
  • Maverick is turning on dealer lots in just 5 days.
  • 97 percent of Maverick retail sales in May came from previously placed orders.

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IT sure looks like the Maverick sales canalized the Ranger sales. The combined Maverick and Ranger sales aren't as great this year as the Ranger sales were last year. I wonder if Ford is worried about this?
 

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IT sure looks like the Maverick sales canalized the Ranger sales. The combined Maverick and Ranger sales aren't as great this year as the Ranger sales were last year. I wonder if Ford is worried about this?
I think there selling everything they can build. May saw more supply issues then April and auto plants are throttling production.

Once full production opens up with overtime then will really understand numbers. New Ranger is on its way and some consumers will wait for it.
 


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Getting closer to knowing how many orders they actually have for the Mav. 43,000 produced YTD plus 20,000 last year (guess and probably high) = 63,000 so say 60-70,000 produced (and essentially sold) in big round numbers. June, July, August, September to go. If they average 6000, or 7000, or 8000 per month you can do the math. Should be 90,000-100,000 2022 MY trucks built (and sold). Not bad for a constrained "year". They could have built and sold 200,000.
 

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Getting closer to knowing how many orders they actually have for the Mav. 43,000 produced YTD plus 20,000 last year (guess and probably high) = 63,000 so say 60-70,000 produced (and essentially sold) in big round numbers. June, July, August, September to go. If they average 6000, or 7000, or 8000 per month you can do the math. Should be 90,000-100,000 2022 MY trucks built (and sold). Not bad for a constrained "year". They could have built and sold 200,000.
exactly on point. Very encouraging for those of us not scheduled yet to still get built this year. Using this YTD 43533 built + the ~23K IIRC built last year they have already produced 66,533 Mavericks. Constraints aside, they should be able to produce another 40k or so in next 4.5 months before end of MY2022 production. Ford never released number of total confirmed orders, but looking at possibly 106k produced has to be close to fulfilling all orders IMO.
 

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Looking at these numbers. How can Ford explain why my Maverick ordered last July still isn't into production
Because my June 10th order was only just built 3 days ago. You should be next. Then everyone else that ordered after August will be in serious danger of getting rolled over to a 2023. I predict within the next 45 days, Ford finally let's people know who is getting rolled over. It's going to be a LOT. But at this point, if you don't get a scheduling notice by the end of this month, I'd rather be in front of the line for a 2023 anyway. Having to pay full MSRP after waiting over a year for a truck arriving at the very end of the model year is bullshit. 3+ years ago there'd be a huge discount on most vehicles bought in the fall to make way for the new model year.
 

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Getting closer to knowing how many orders they actually have for the Mav. 43,000 produced YTD plus 20,000 last year (guess and probably high) = 63,000 so say 60-70,000 produced (and essentially sold) in big round numbers. June, July, August, September to go. If they average 6000, or 7000, or 8000 per month you can do the math. Should be 90,000-100,000 2022 MY trucks built (and sold). Not bad for a constrained "year". They could have built and sold 200,000.
The rub is they do not break out eco boost and hybrid numbers. Do not recall hybrids being more than 50% of production and will guess the is under 50k for those numbers. Assume 100k is the total orders with 60% hybrids, then about 10k of hybrids will either be bumped to MY23 or the hybrid mix will go up.
 

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Because my June 10th order was only just built 3 days ago. You should be next. Then everyone else that ordered after August will be in serious danger of getting rolled over to a 2023. I predict within the next 45 days, Ford finally let's people know who is getting rolled over. It's going to be a LOT. But at this point, if you don't get a scheduling notice by the end of this month, I'd rather be in front of the line for a 2023 anyway. Having to pay full MSRP after waiting over a year for a truck arriving at the very end of the model year is bullshit. 3+ years ago there'd be a huge discount on most vehicles bought in the fall to make way for the new model year.
to me, I think it's less important what month you ordered than the total number remaining they can realistically build before production year ends. I'm optomistic they will get nearly all remaining orders built this year, with exception of a FEW lacking parts to build them.
 

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I think Mav production for the rest of the year is going to be way down, Fords priority for chips has shifted to the Lightning, Farley said every Lightning requires 3000 microchips. Lightning is where the money is, which is Fords priority.
 

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Interesting to note that the Ranger is not selling well at well. I would have to imagine the Maverick is cannibalizing at least some of Ranger’s potential sales.

 

 
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